Providence High School offers an educational environment and school culture that rivals the best private schools in Los Angeles. Our small class sizes allow for personalized attention, leadership opportunities, and innovative and dynamic learning experiences. We offer many A.P. classes, extra-curricular programs, community service possibilities, and athletic teams as schools in the area that are three times our size.
The mission of Providence is to reveal God’s love for all, especially the poor and the vulnerable, through compassionate service. We are proud to offer merit-based awards to 21% of our current Pioneers and need-based financial aid to 43% of our students.
Below you will find links for all of the information you need regarding accessing a Providence education. Serving future Pioneers is central to our mission, and we are excited that you are considering our community. We know that you will be excited to join the Providence community!
Providence High School is pleased to present renewable merit award to incoming freshmen. To be considered for a merit awards, admissions application and supporting documents (recommendations and transcripts) must be received by the school by January 26, 2018.
Providence High School has established funds for merit awards and need-based financial assistance, and each year is able to offer these programs to deserving students and their families. Financial Assistance is considered for students whose parents complete a financial aid application. This confidential paperwork is verified and audited through an outside financial service. Amounts given are determined by Providence High School Financial Aid Committee.
Employees of Providence St. Joseph Health
Dependents of Providence St. Joseph Health benefit eligible employees receive a $6,000 discount off tuition. It is a per student benefit from Providence Health & Services.
Employees of Providence High School
Dependents of Providence High School benefit eligible employees receive 50% discount off tuition.
Tuition and Fees