We are pleased that you are interested in a PA education, one that begins the moment each student walks through our doors and lasts a lifetime. We understand the challenges ahead as you discern the best educational option for your family. We will work closely with you to help you successfully navigate the enrollment process.
At Providence Academy, we take a holistic approach to the admissions process. From teacher referrals to test scores, interviews to transcripts, we want to get to know your family and each individual student who applies for admission. We invite you to explore what Providence Academy has to offer and apply when the time is right for your family.
Throughout this process, you will learn about PA’s exceptional curricular and co-curricular programs that provide a strong foundation and preparation for the challenges our graduates meet in college and in life. PA students develop into multi-talented young men and women through a wide range of academic, athletic, artistic, spiritual, and leadership opportunities. Check out our alumni video to hear from a few PA graduates who continue to live our mission of faith, knowledge, and virtue.
While the resources found on our site will help you learn more about Providence Academy, a visit to campus will be invaluable. Come and see our campus community in action. You will see the joy of discovery, the sincerity of prayer, the thrill of sports, and the excitement of new experiences that are so much a part of daily life at Providence Academy. Please contact us with questions and to schedule a visit. We are here to serve!
Mrs. Debra Spears
Director of Admissions and Marketing
Providence Academy Non-Discrimination Policy
Providence Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.