On behalf of the Providence Hall community, it is my pleasure to introduce you to this extraordinary school.
Providence Hall operates under the guidance of four core values: we are a preparatory school, we are Christian, we respect our heritage, and we care about strong character. You will learn more about how our mission and these four core values shape our school in the pages of this website.
It is an absolute joy for me to partner with Providence Hall teachers, administrators, and families in the education of our students.
In the 21st century, information and ideas have become commodities. Every day, students are inundated with information they must sort through. To apply discernment to the barrage of ideas, students need to know what they believe, and why–and sometimes, more importantly, what they don’t believe and why.
Providence Hall enters into this basic conversation and challenges young people in their understanding of who God is, encourages them in their faith in Jesus Christ, teaches them how to recognize truth wherever it may be found, and gives them the tools with which to communicate their ideas in written and spoken word.
Through their coursework, students will engage teachers of great intellect, faith, and character as they delve into the works of William Shakespeare, explore the human genome, and debate the varying political philosophies of Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau.
Providence Hall is a unique school, not solely in that it is distinctly Christian, but because we challenge students with a competitive academic study. The pursuit of truth ultimately leads them to a deeper understanding of who God is. Students graduate with a genuine understanding of the world which God created and their place in it. They leave Providence Hall full of grace and truth, appreciating beauty and excellence, ready to impact their college, their workplace, their community, and someday, their own families.
Integral to this education is the community in which it occurs. The Providence Hall community encourages students to live lives of faith, character, and service. It is a community marked by grace. At Providence Hall, students and educators live “life together” for four or six years; teachers naturally enter into conversations with students over a cup of coffee in the student union, sharing lunch at the local taco stand, or sitting next to each other at a Saturday night basketball game. Community is one of Providence Hall’s matchless distinctives which few schools can emulate.
Welcome to Providence Hall. I hope you will join our community and find your place in our wonderful story.
Head of School