2021 Virtual Grandparents & Grandpals Day Is Online

We are excited to share the 2021 Grandparents/Grandpals virtual video and photos here.  Please feel free to share the link with all of our Grandparents/Grandpals.  We know that everyone will be richly blessed as you watch the video and look at the photos and please know that we look forward to having a live performance in 2022 on our campus. Additionally, for the Grandparents/Grandpals of our Kindergarten through 5th grade students, you should receive packets with completed craft projects and/or activities for each of you. Some of you will receive the packet directly from Providence via mail and others will receive the packets from your families – depending upon information provided in FACTS. Again, we so appreciate all of our families and their partnership with our school.  Have a blessed day.

Providence Administration.

COVID Update
We currently have three Covid-19 positive cases. Please partner with us to have your student arrive to school with their mask every day. We are currently providing over 350 masks a week to students who forget to bring one to school or to those that break, get soiled or lost throughout the school day. We are monitoring the students who repeatedly need a mask upon arrival and potential action may be implemented for those who come unprepared.  Please have your child wear a mask to school and keep one in their backpack as a backup. 

We have implemented a new policy when students have 3 consecutive absences/virtual attendance. The student will now be required to provide a doctor’s note to return after 3 days of virtual attendance or absence. Doctor’s notes are STILL required when your child arrives late to school due to an appointment per our student handbook. We appreciate your partnership and we are praying for all of those who have been affected by COVID-19.  Covid-19 Info Webpage 

The Storehouse Outreach
The Storehouse, located on the south entrance of our campus, is a ministry that gives hope to those in need in the local community. It is filled with practical resources to access and freely give to the community as needs arise. Please consider donating your items to this ministry.  Students can earn community service hours for volunteering. Learn More.

Lower School

Father Daughter Dance
Tickets are now on sale for the 2021 Father Daughter Dance.  This is a fun-filled night for Providence girls ages Kindergarten through 5th Grade and dads of all ages. Enjoy dinner out on your own then join us for a South-of-the-Border style Fiesta filled with dessert, dancing, and more!  Learn More.

Lower School Chapel
Pastor Nathan and the Lower School students had Easter chapel in celebration of our Savior’s resurrection. Learn More.

4th Grade Wax Museum
Over the last few weeks, the 4th Grade students were  busy working on a biography research project on a famous historical figure. Students research a person, write a biography report, and “be” the person in a living wax museum. The culminating part of this project is an amazing Wax Museum where students dress up as the person they have learned about and stand still, like a Wax Museum, until someone walks up to them and presses their button.  Due to COVID-19, we were unable to do this in person but are creating a video instead. The video will be finished soon. Learn More.

Middle & High School

Terrance Freeman Visit Providence
The 7th Grade Civics In Action Series continued today with a visit from Terrance Freeman, At Large Group 1 council member representing all the citizens of Jacksonville.  Mr. Freeman shared with our students the importance of being involved in our community.  He has been the primary sponsor of legislation to extend an Inter-local  Agreement continuing the City’s participation in the First Coast Workforce Development Consortium.  During his tenure he honored the legacy of community activist Gary Lee Mills, Sr. with an  Honorary Street Designation, appropriated $350,000 to purchase playground equipment for Lonnie Miller Regional Park, and authorized an agreement for the management of the City’s Moncrief Community Center by 100 Black Men of Jacksonville, Inc. and the I’m A Star Foundation.

2021 McKenzie Club
The Providence Upper School McKenzie Club, supporting the McKenzie Noelle Wilson Foundation, will be hosting a fund-raiser on Wednesday, April 7.  We will be selling Liv’ N’ Grace Bracelets, McKenzie t-shirts, Butterfly and Cross Stickers, Cross Necklaces, and Butterfly Car Magnets. Proceeds from the sale not only support the organization but will help fund global missions. Please help us honor the life of McKenzie Wilson and her passion to inspire our youth to reach their full potential.

2021 Junior Senior Prom
Providence is pleased to be able to offer the Junior-Senior Prom this year as an outdoor event at the Florida Yacht Club.  Due to COVID-19, non-Providence guests are not permitted.  However, 9th & 10th-grade students are permitted if invited by a Junior or Senior. Masks must be worn during the event.  Learn More.

Stallion Award
The Stallion Award was established to recognize one senior young man and one senior young lady who best exemplify the mission of Providence School. Each recipient will be awarded a trophy and a $1,000.00 award. The winners will be selected based upon their application and interview. The top candidates will receive an invitation for the interview. Applications should be submitted to the Business Office by Friday, April 9th.  Download Application.

Upper School Chapel
We were honored to have former NFL offensive tackle for the Jaguars, Mo Williams, speak in this week’s chapel. Mo is the chaplain of the Jaguars, a Providence Board Member, and a Providence parent.
 Learn More.

Missions House Paining

Community Service Hours
Take some initiative and try to find meaningful opportunities to serve. Providence students are required to complete 25 hours of community service each year. Students must have a total of 75 by the end of their junior year with the remaining 25 hours due by the Christmas break of their senior year. Hours earned during the summer will count towards the following school year. Learn More.

Counselor's Corner

Parents Guide to Technology
Please take the time to read over this helpful Parent’s Guide to Today’s Technology.  There are some really helpful thoughts and tips promoting the healthy use of technology for us and our children.  We encouraged our students this week with this clip about oversharing and our digital footprint.  It’s so important to know that what we share online doesn’t disappear; we have to really think about what we may post before we send anything digitally. 


Providence Baseball Defeats Central Phoenix
Varsity Providence baseball beat Central Phoenix from Alabama today! Coming into the game Central Phoenix was 19-1 and is one of the top teams in the state of Alabama. Wes Loveless got the win on the mound. Brett Dennis and Jimmie Broughton were the heroes on offense. Big win for the Stallion baseball team!

Providence Softball Defeats Bartram Trail
Providence (5-3) defeated Bartram (7-4) last night with a final score of 6-0. Joey Trawick pitched a complete game shutout! Our Providence offense was led by Grace Pearson’s two RBI’s, along with Grace Wilson and Summer Stearns both adding an RBI! Way to go Stallions!

Undefeated Providence LaCrosse Celebrates Senior Night!
What a great night for Providence Lacrosse! The team honored their seniors and took home the win against Stanton. Please join us on Tuesday, March 30th as the team takes on rival, Bolles. Learn More.

Providence Football Needs Your Help!
The impact “Friday Night Lights” and a strong football program has on a school positively changes the overall culture and climate. It gives a school and community a sense of pride, camaraderie and builds tradition. In 2019 our Stallion Football Team won the First Coast Division Championship. We are proud to have been a playoff team the last 2 seasons.  The class of 2021 graduating Stallion Football Team has 3 seniors who signed to play football at the collegiate level. We are extremely proud of them! Please help us as we continue to grow. This year, we are asking families to participate in a virtual fundraiser that allows any funds raised to go 100% to support our football program directly.  Learn More.

Providence Cheer Try-Outs
All girls entering Middle School through 11th grade interested in cheerleading should attend manadatory practices on April 27 through April 29.  Learn More.

Join Middle School Intramural Flag Football
Students in middle school are invited to join us for intramural flag football! This is a great way to introduce students to the excitement of football and allow students to grow in their knowledge and skill of the game. Learn More.

Varsity, JV, & MS Football Meeting/Training
Off-season training for Varsity and JV football has started!  Training will be held on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 PM and is open to rising 7th-12th Grader students.  Spring Football begins May 1st!  Contact Coach McGlohorn with any questions. Learn More. 

Game Day Update
In an effort to protect our fans, staff and students, Providence School will implement a reduced seating capacity for all of our athletic events.  Juniors, Seniors, and immediate family of participants are now allowed to attend Varsity home games.


Live Streaming via NFHS Network
The IT department has installed new systems in Barfield Gymnasium and Selman Field.  All games will be streamed live. You can subscribe for the year for $69.99 or monthly for $10.00. Watch Here.