Accreditation and Faculty
As a leading K-12 independent, private, college-preparatory K-12 Christian school in Northwest Arkansas, Providence Academy is committed to providing the best education to the PCCA student body. Providence holds multiple accreditations with different organizations, such recently receiving the maximum five-year, unanimous approval for accreditation with North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA-CASC/AdvancED). This is the same accrediting body that accredits the University of Arkansas, John Brown University, as well as the major public school districts in our region.
In addition, Providence is accredited/certified with the National Association of University-Model Schools (NAUMS), and Christian Schools International (CSI).
The Providence College of Faculty is composed of gifted and talented individuals who are committed Christians and masters of the content in the respective fields. The faculty is dedicated to the highest professional standards, striving to challenge students to reach their greatest potential. Experienced instructors conduct courses utilizing lecture, dialogue, shared inquiry, Socratic, laboratory and studio methods.
- 100% of the College of Faculty possess a bachelor's degree
- 50% of the College of Faculty at Providence Academy hold either a master's or Ph D degree
In addition, they are authors and conference speakers. Most of all, the faculty is a group of professional instructors who desire to partner with parents to ensure the success of the students.