In observance of Thanksgiving, Providence Academy will be closed Wednesday, November 21, through Friday, November 23. Blessings to you and your families!
The Christmas and Advent season is just around the corner, so make sure to mark your calendars for our divisional Christmas concerts. Admission is free for all of the concerts, but patrons are encouraged to make advanced seating reservations.
Providence Academy is an independent, nonprofit, coeducational Roman Catholic school in Plymouth, MN. The school serves roughly 850 students in grades Pre-Kindergarten-12. In this college-prep, coeducational community, students learn to integrate their thinking and believing in ways that encourage intellectual excellence, faith formation and inspire a life of moral character, leadership and service to others. The stately school building encompasses 238,000 square feet that is beautifully designed for state-of-the-art functioning and student comfort. The interior of the school remains true to a Georgian colonial motif. All students PreK-12 are served under one roof on a beautiful 42-acre campus complete with a turf field for athletics that features a seasonal dome in the winter.
Today, we thank our faculty and staff members and those in our PA community who answered the call to serve. May God continue to watch over you and bless you.
If your family is looking for a fun way to kick off the Christmas season, join us for two special public community screenings of the modern classic, “Elf.” These free, family-friendly events will take place in the Performing Arts Center over Thanksgiving break.
The Christmas and Advent season is just around the corner, so make sure to mark your calendars for our free divisional Christmas concerts. Seat reservations may be made online at the Providence Theatre website.
We invite all to join us for mass on Monday, November 19, as we celebrate our school’s feast day – the feast of Our Lady of Divine Providence.
Providence Academy Lower School children and families are invited to participate in the Toy Drive for Sharing and Caring Hands. New, unwrapped toys may be placed under the Christmas tree in the Great Room beginning on Monday, November 26, through Friday, December 14.
Juniors and seniors are encouraged to attend college visits for institutions they are interested in or wish to learn more about. We invite parents to help us in encouraging our students to take advantage of these opportunities.
Upper School Parents, two different financial aid programming will be offered this month. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, November 27, and Wednesday, November 28.
All Upper School students and parents are invited to an information program addressing all aspects of college entrance testing on Thursday, December 6.
The months of December and January are the best time to determine whether your son or daughter is interested in and would benefit from a summer enrichment program on a college campus. See our list of select programs that could be a good match for students with a range of academic or personal interests and that are offered at a reasonable cost.