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Message from the Head of School

Dr. Tim Anderson's Message from the Head of School.

Dear Providence Families, 

I write to you today with a grateful heart. Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, has blessed our school tremendously this year. We are celebrating you, our alums, and our students with the homecoming tradition tonight. As we play our opponent, we welcome back our alums, who will get to see what you have helped Providence achieve since they were last on campus (the new Olympic track, the King Center, the stallion mascot (he gets his name today!), and the land-clearing that is creating more field space).  

As we celebrate tonight,  please join Providence in remembering the suffering in Israel, Jesus’ homeland. May we come together praying for the Lord’s protection of Israel, and may they have peace in the Middle East. May we exemplify the two greatest commands in Matthew 22: 36-40: to Love God and Love People! 

Happy Homecoming and Go Stallions,

The signature of Tim Anderson, Head of School.

Tim M. Anderson, Ph.D.
Head of School
Providence School of Jacksonville

Transforming Minds (Romans 12:2)

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