The curriculum of Providence Hall incorporates some elements of the classical approach, with core coursework in the humanities, which includes history, literature, philosophy, and the development of our Judeo-Christian heritage. Coursework in rhetoric provides students with the communication and critical thinking skills so essential to high school, college, and vocational success. In addition, Providence Hall offers a full range of mathematics study, the natural sciences, foreign language (Latin), music, visual art, and physical education.
A fundamental commitment of Providence Hall is to prepare students for acceptance into the best colleges and universities in the country. Thus, the instructional program is rigorous and creative, providing strength in the basic competencies, as well as cross-cultural experiences, use of technology, commitment to service, and the resources to grow in one’s personal character and Christian faith.
An anchor to our program is The Foundations of the Christian Faith course, which includes surveys of the Old and New Testament, basic Christian theology, and the potential impact of the Christian church throughout the world today.
Middle School teachers are adept at communicating with pre-teens and sincerely enjoy helping them learn and develop as individuals.