Providence Families,

 We are grateful for the opportunity to continue our partnership providing a “Boldly Christian and Unquestionably Academic” education for all of our students. You will notice some pricing increases for 2021-2022.  These additional funds will provide us with the ability to give the teachers a pay raise. 

2021-2022 Tuition and Enrollment Fees to view next year’s rates and for detailed information.

Currently, many grades are at or above capacity for reenrollment, so it is critical that you reenroll your student as soon as possible to secure your child’s place in the grade.  New family enrollment begins on February 22th. If you have not re-enrolled by February 16th, your child’s space could be taken by a new enrollee. We do not want that to happen to any of our students. Please re-enroll during the re-enrollment window to ensure your child’s place in the 2021-2022 school year. When a grade level fills, enrollment is closed, and a waiting pool is created. Please note that if a balance is owed on your student’s dining or tuition account, you will not be able to re-enroll until it is brought current. 

The following information is a helpful reminder of how to access your FACTS account and begin the enrollment process for the 2020-2021 school year. Do not create a new account as you should already have one.

1. Navigate to https://pro-fl.client.renweb.com/pwr/

2. Enter the District Code: PRO-FL

3. Enter your username and password to login

4. Select the “Family” and then “Enrollment/Reenrollment” to begin process (as illustrated in the picture below)

5. You will receive an email confirming your enrollment once you have submitted the enrollment contract

Also, please tell your friends we are here and growing stronger each year. Let us together fill our school to build the Kingdom of Heaven. May God richly bless you for your belief in our Lord and Savior-Jesus Christ, as well as your value of Christian education! Together; Savior, Family, School we will train our youth in the way they should go!

Sincerely,

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