A Message From the Head of School
Welcome to Providence High School! Since 1955, Providence has been educating students who are intellectually engaged, spiritually grounded, and steadfastly committed to serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. Our community’s values are more than words on a poster; they are lived every day: compassion, dignity, justice, excellence, and integrity. Providence is a place of learning where students can become the best versions of themselves.
Our world does not need more of the same. We need Pioneers. We need young people who can think critically, ask the tough questions, and seek to solve the most pressing challenges of our time. At Providence we achieve this by combining the best of tradition and innovation, weaving together our Catholic intellectual and spiritual heritage with the best research in neuroscience, adolescent psychology, and pedagogy. The result is a student experience that is joyful and prepares graduates for the rigors and challenges of college, work, and life.
The high school years are full of opportunities to explore new freedom and opportunity, form life-long friendships, identify passionate pursuits, and clarify values. Students at Providence are encouraged to do just that. We also recognize that some students develop passions early and want the opportunity to explore intellectual territory and solve problems usually reserved for collegiate programs. Taking advantage of our relationship with Providence health system and Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center and our location in the heart of one of the most creative and innovative regions in the country, we offer three focus programs: medical, cinema arts, and technology.
As we celebrate our 65th anniversary, Providence continues to evolve as an institution and grow as a community of Pioneers. I hope you will explore our website, visit campus, and discover that You Belong Here.
Yours in Providence,
Head of School
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