Willy Wonka Rehearsals Are In Full Swing!
A chocolate garden, an army of squirrels and the curiously peculiar Oompa-Loompas must be believed to be seen in this gigantic new musical that is choc-full of fantastical treats to dazzle your senses. Catch one of the TWO performances or BOTH! Be sure to arrive early as our seating has changed to general admission! VIP Club seating is available. Doors open at 6 PM both nights, and seats are first-come, first-serve. Your printed receipt will serve as your ticket. Please bring it to the show. Get your tickets now and we will see you at the show! Get Tickets!

Important April Dates:
Jr./Sr. Prom –  April 10
Spring Musical – April 15-16
US Showcase –  April 20
Senior Chapel – April 22

Father/Daughter Dance- April 24
Grad Bash  – April 23
Spring Band Concert –  April 27
Awards Chapel –  April 29
Spring Dance Recital –  April 30


COVID Update
We currently have one Covid-19 positive case. Please partner with us and have your student arrive at school with their mask every day.  Please keep one in their backpack as a backup. Be sure to send an email to notify the school that a 6th-12th grade student is attending virtual learning by 7:30 am to nurses, teachers, and attendance. Students may not attend virtually for partial days.

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

Lower School Lego Leagues Competes
Five of our Providence lower school First Lego League teams completed their end-of-the-season events this week.  All five teams accomplished or exceeded all five of the competition categories.  We are so proud of all that these young coders and inventors have accomplished this season!!  Learn More.

4th Grade Visits The Zoo
The 4th grade students and their parents explored the Jacksonville Zoo on Friday, March 26th. The students participated in a Wild Florida educational program. They explored the unique diversity we have in our own backyards. In this class the students learned about the native and invasive species that call Florida home. The rest of the time was spent walking around the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, the only walking safari in Northeast Florida. The students had a great time enjoying God’s creations and spending time with their friends.

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.

Lower School Chapel
Pastor Nathan taught the students through Bible Trivia about Christ’s death and resurrection.
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Spring Super Stallions Reading Challenge
Beginning April 6, 2021, through April 30, 2021 students may participate in our SPRING reading challenge. Students who read 3 books and complete a form for EACH book will be allowed to shop at the Super Stallions Store during the Spring Book Fair (May 3-7).
 Learn More.

Middle & High School

2021 Junior Senior Prom
The Junior-Senior Prom is tomorrow night and as always, our students safety is our primary concern. Due to COVID-19, the administration has asked that students ride together in smaller groups and are not permitting outside guests.  In addition, students were required to send a list of who they were riding with and in what vehicle last month for contact tracing purposes. Masks are required at the prom and it will be an outdoor event at the Florida Yacht Club.  We are thankful to be able to host a Prom this year.  Thank you for your cooperation. 

Upper School Chapel
Pastor Joby Martin, Providence parent and Lead Pastor of the Church of Eleven22 spoke to the students about God’s forgiveness and love. In his message, he specifically references the relationship with God as our heavenly Father, a dad who loves us with an indescribable love and how He wants a deeper relationship with us.
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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.


Providence Softball Defeats Hilliard
Prov Softball with a big 12-0 win over Hilliard. Zoe Yaeger with a HR, double and 5 RBI. KK Burmeister with 3 hits. Avery Adcock with a double. Joey Trawick pitches a complete game 2 hitter.

JV Baseball
Prov JV Baseball takes down Mandarin 5-4 with a walk-off double Andrew Johnson hammered the first pitch he saw to score two runs in the come from behind win. Donovan Rabiei got the pitching start and Kyle Powers, Carson Bonds, Nick Oliveira, Mason Wortman, and Braden Jennings also contributed hits in the win.

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.