Providence Academy is taking the lead in private Pre-K through 12 education by reducing its tuition, while maintaining the exceptional quality it is known for.
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.
Tune in for the final concert of the year featuring the Pre-Kindergartners, Kindergartners, and First Graders under the direction of Mrs. Maureen Woeltge and Ms. Catherine Ratelle.
Tune in for the 5th Grade Cadet and MS Concert Bands as they perform their final concert of the year under the direction of Mrs. Nicole Clark.
Concerts continue in the Performing Arts Center with the 5th Grade/MS Concert Band performance on Tuesday, May 15, and the Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and First Grade spring production on Friday, May 18.
On Thursday, May 17, PA will welcome fellow IMAC schools to campus for this year’s conference championship track meet.
A review of the past week in Providence Academy Athletics.
In preparation for the August 8 uniform sale, PAPA invites you to donate gently used uniforms to contribute to the exchange; see the flier for more information.
Great progress continues to be made each day and our $1 Million Annual Fund goal is within reach – but only with your help.
The PA Admissions team is looking for families willing to volunteer at events throughout the summer and into the early fall.
Before the kids head out to the field, though, we need about a dozen more VIRTUS-trained volunteers to make this year’s Field Day a true success!