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.
The divisions have various activities planned throughout the week and the whole school will come together for an all school Pep Fest on Friday afternoon.
12,000 Catholic students and staff from 79 local Catholic schools in the Archdiocese, with over 60 priests and deacons celebrated the Mass of the Holy Spirit at CHS Field.
We are offering a bus that will take all of our Plymouth on Parade volunteers from PA to the parade line-up.
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PA families with Upper School students are encouraged to attend the Minnesota National College Fair being held on October 4 and 5 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
All Upper School parents are invited to attend a series of informal programs called College Conversations.
Members of the PA community are invited to attend two upcoming college planning events planned especially for students with learning disabilities or attention disorders.
This fair brings together representatives from arts-focused colleges and performing arts divisions into a helpful college planning event for students interested in the arts.