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.
This is a very prestigious invitation as schools from the ten states in our region had to submit three years worth of recordings to even be considered for an invitation to perform and only the top groups were selected.
Join us for a summer picnic and open house Summer is in full swing, but the school year will be here before you know it! If you are still looking for the perfect school for your son or daughter, Providence Academy would love to have you attend our Picnic at...
This past Friday, we bid a fond farewell to our honored graduates—now proud alumni and friends.
Members of the Class of 2017 finished the last of their exams this past Friday and are now preparing for their final moment as PA students, when they will become the inaugural class to walk across our new Performing Arts Center stage, and graduate on Friday, June 3.
Registration will open on September 1st and the price range for the various offerings will be $60 to $170.
Don’t miss out on Hack the Heat 2, a 24-hour computer programming event for students ages 12-20 of all skill levels, taking place on August 19-20.
The science department will be on-hand and available around the time of the eclipse in front of PA to catch this exciting event! Regardless of where you observe the eclipse, it is extremely important that you view it in a safe manner.
Do you have a Lower School student interested in joining Strings? Mrs. Beth Wolfe will be available at the Lower School Orientation on August 29 from 3:30 to 7:00 p.m. to answer your questions.
Now available at PA through Friday, August 11.