Watch the PreK-1st Grade Concert

Providence Academy Pre-Kindergartners, Kindergartners and 1st Graders perform in a Christmas Concert.

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Welcome to Providence

Providence Academy is a school like no other. We provide a welcoming Catholic independent school experience—all on one campus with unrivaled facilities.

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Visit the Campus

Nothing compares to a campus visit. Taking a tour, talking with students and faculty members, as well as seeing classes and activities in action will all give you a sense of the excitement and energy that fills our school.


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Apply online today for the 2016-2017 school year.

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About Us

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.

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Outside Scholarship Listing for Seniors

The College Counseling Office maintains a list of outside scholarship opportunities in Family Connection. Many scholarship application periods will open during the winter months of senior year, so it is a good idea to begin checking this list regularly in the coming weeks.

Summer Enrichment Programs

Summer enrichment programs can be a wonderful catalyst for personal growth, academic confidence, and clarity of intellectual direction heading into the final year(s) of high school.

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