How long has Providence been around?
Providence opened its doors in August of 2011 with 106 students.
Are you a co-op?
Providence is not a co-op. We are a “real” school with an alternative schedule. It’s a drop-off program so you are free to run errands, go to Bible study, exercise, or volunteer at the school if you wish!What do you mean when you describe Providence as a preparatory school?
Although our rigorous curriculum has prepared many of our graduates for success in universities and colleges around the country, our primary aim is to have students that embody the traits of the Portrait of a Graduate
through a rich Christian, classical education.
What days of the week do students attend class on campus?
Lower School (Pre-K through 4th grade) attend class on campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays, while Upper School (5th grade through 12th grade) do so on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.Can you explain the different divisions of the school?
There are three divisions of the school based on the Trivium, the foundation of Classical education:
Grammar: PK-6th grades (roughly elementary school)
Logic: 7th & 8th grades (roughly middle school)
Rhetoric: 9th-12th grades (high school)
Additionally, the school is divided into Lower School (PK-4th) and Upper School (5th-12th), based primarily on how many days during the week students attend classes on campus (see above).
In what areas do your families live?
We are honored to partner with families all over central Texas, with many of our families living in Bell County, including Belton, Temple, Salado, Harker Heights and Killeen, as well as Bruceville-Eddy, Coryell, McLennan, and Williamson counties.