Congratulations to the FHSAA 1A State Cheerleading Champions!
Providence is excited to announce the 2021-2022 online re-enrollment through FACTS SIS. Enroll by February 16th and save $100. We are grateful for the opportunity to continue our partnership providing a “Boldly Christian and Unquestionably Academic” education for all of our students. Learn More.
The 2021-22 Academic Calendar is now available. Due to COVID-19, there are several TBA (to be announced) on next year’s calendar as well as a few remaining on this year’s calendar. Academic Calendars
We currently have 6 Covid-19 positive cases. Please refer to the email sent yesterday, January 28th, for an update on our quarantine policy. Most of the Covid-19 cases are presenting as head colds, without fevers so please be vigilant about staying home when feeling ill. We continue to pray for all of those who have been affected by COVID-19. Covid-19 Info Webpage
National Signing Day
Providence School student-athletes will sign their commitments on Wednesday, February 3. These students will continue their athletic and academic careers at 8 different colleges and universities. Although these athletes will soon join their respective college teams, they will always be a part of the Providence family. Due to COVID-19, attendance is limited to the Senior class and immediate family members Please remember to wear a mask and social distance during this event. Congratulations to these Stallions for their athletic achievements on and off the field! Learn More.
Parent Forum on Love & Unity
Providence parents are invited to register and join the conversation with the administration in a discussion focused on Love and Unity. As Christians, we want to have a proper response to issues impacting our world today and we need to prepare our students for that world. You must register in order to attend the forum. If registration becomes full we will add an additional night to meet. All attendees are asked to follow the COVID-19 protocols of wearing a mask and social distancing. Register Here.
5th Grade Rocket Launch
Mrs. Popp’s fifth-grade science students had a “blast” launching model rockets during “Rocket Launch Day” this week. Students had the opportunity to build and launch their own Estes model rocket as part of our unit on Flight and Rocketry. This year we had high school physics students join us to gather flight data off our rocket altimeters. A big “Thank You” to the Crumpler Family for donating rocket kits to our science program and helping sponsor the launch day activities. Go Rocketeers!
4th Grade Moon Project
The fourth grade students have been studying a chapter on the moon. In this chapter, they have learned about the moon’s properties, including the moon’s light, surface, movement, phases, eclipses, and the origins of the moon. While they were studying the moon’s surface, our fourth graders researched, planned, and constructed models of the lunar surface. The students had a great time working on their moon models. As our fourth grade students learned about the origins of the moon, they discussed how God was there when the moon was created by examining Genesis 1:14-19 and the fourth day of creation. It was a lesson on faith, realizing that Christians have their faith first and foremost in God and His Word.
Super Stallions Winter Reading Challenge
Let’s keep reading! Students in first through fifth grade are invited to participate in the Super Stallions WINTER reading challenge. Beginning January 11, 2021 all students in first through fifth grade may participate in our WINTER reading challenge. This challenge will end on March 14, 2021, the last day of Spring Break. All books must be entered on this form to be counted toward the challenge. Visit the Media Canvas Course for details and more information. Learn More.
Kidz Xtreme Pop Tart & Capri Sun Drive
We are blessed and honored to join hands and hearts with KidzXtreme. KidzXtreme Ministry blesses those children who live in at-risk communities and bring the light and love of God. They feed, encourage, and mentor children in communities that have suffered multi-generations of hardships. We want to partner with this wonderful organization and have our students be the hands and feet of Christ. The KidzXtreme Ministry gives out snacks and drinks to the kids, especially on the weekends when they may not have any food. If you and your family feel led to help this ministry, we will be doing a Pop-Tart and Capri Sun Juice box drive during the month of February. Your child may bring in these items anytime. The patrols will be happy to take these donations from you at carline. We will make sure that these items get delivered to this ministry. Thank you for helping us instill in our students a love of serving and giving.
Middle & High School
Virtual College Fair
On behalf of Providence School, the Episcopal School of Jacksonville, The Bolles School, Bishop Kenny High School, St. John’s Country Day School, Bishop Snyder High School, Stanton College Preparatory School, and Paxon School for Advanced Studies, I am writing to let you know that we will not be hosting the 2021 Jacksonville Preparatory Schools College Fair this year in person or virtually. Instead, we are encouraging our students and parents to register for the SACAC sponsored college fair on February 11th. Learn More.
Upper School Chapel
This week’s chapel service featured the testimony of 9th grade student, Izzy Moon. Izzy courageously shared her testimony of how God’s grace and love helped her overcome an eating disorder. Izzy’s sister and friends also shared how this impacted their walk and drew them closer to the Lord. Please watch this important message! Learn More.
Prov vs. UC Tonight
Join us as we celebrate our Senior basketball players. The Stallions have been having a great season this year! They play University Christian tonight in a tough match-up. Due to COVID, tickets are limited. Get Tickets.
Cross Country, Golf, & Swim Senior Night
Due to COVID 19, the Senior night for golf, cross country, swim will take place right before Signing Day on Wednesday, February 3. Congratulations to these great Seniors! Go Stallions!!!
Middle School Girls Basketball Team Wins IMSC Championship
Our Middle School Girls Basketball takes home the IMSC Championship with a 26-21 win over Bolles!
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 home games.
2/02 5:30 JV Boys Basketball @ Westside HS
7:00 Varsity Boys Basketball @ Westside HS
Varsity Girls Basketball vs Baldwin- Districts
2/04 TBD Varsity Girls Basketball vs TBD- Districts
2/05 5:30 Varsity Girls Soccer vs Bishop Snyder
7:00 Varsity Boys Soccer vs Trinity
TBD Varsity Girls Basketball vs TBD- District Finals
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.