Our Mission

Providence Academy is a Roman Catholic college-preparatory school with a comprehensive, core-knowledge curriculum that promotes superior academic achievement, mastery of skills and content, character development and citizenship within a faith-filled, Christian environment.

Statement of Philosophy

From the heart of our motto, “Faith, Knowledge, Virtue,” Providence Academy develops habits of spirit, mind and action to prepare students for future leadership in vocations and civic life.  The faith and morals taught by the Catholic Church provide the foundation for time-honored training in the liberal arts and sciences.  An emphasis on the intellectual and cultural heritage of Western civilization highlights principles of freedom and justice necessary for American self-government.  The curriculum’s rigor instills customs of discipline and assures breadth and depth in students’ mastery of educational basics.  Extracurricular activities and events incorporate the diverse God-given talents and interests of young people, in accord with our mission.  Providence Academy aims to graduate citizens who are good believers, good thinkers, good citizens, good people—in a word, good Christians, prepared to meet the challenges and complexities of American life in the 21st century.

Providence Academy’s Code

Providence Academy accepts the governance of moral and civil law.  We are a community of individuals who respect the good in each of God’s children, in our thoughts, our words, and our actions.  We recognize rightful authority.  We speak truthfully.  We are honest in our work and in our dealings with others.  We are compassionate, gracious, and courteous to all.  We aspire to be citizens who honor God, country and neighbor.

Providence Academy’s Non-Discrimination Code

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.