Alumni Association

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Morgan M.
Class of 2019

I went to Providence from Kindergarten through my senior year. While a Patriot, I was involved with musical theater, track, culinary, and Spanish club
Since my time at Providence, I graduated with BS in Nutrition from the University of Central Arkansas in 2022, and I am currently pursuing a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Central Arkansas
PCCA taught me to love academics! Education is a massive gift and privilege and learning under great faculty with smaller class sizes was formative for my love for learning (especially the sciences!). Providence offers a high quality education on all subject fronts and I’m thankful for my background in classical studies as I now pursue higher education.
My life looks like a LOT of time at school. My classmates and I have learned much about ourselves and the huge knowledge base behind the world of Physical Therapy. Most weeks, I’m in class, the clinic, or studying between 40-50 hours a week. I get to share this experience with some incredible faculty and friends and love what I’m learning!
Entering into adult life is more like an on-ramp than a start line at a race. You won’t wake up with everything you’ll need to know about adult life when you turn 18, but it will come! I’ve learned the most about how to live and love others well through the close relationships in my life. Walking with the Lord and learning from my close circle of family and friends has been the best school for adulting I could ask for!

Eli J.
Class of 2019

Eli, who was named a National Merit Finalist, was a student at PCCA for 11 years...

Eli was an active participant in PCCA’s National Honor Society, archery club, musical theater, Providence Discipleship Program leadership and the PCCA Worship Team. Eli was also elected a member of the PCCA 2019 Homecoming Court. He also participated in PCCA outreaches, such as serving at Camp Barnabas.

Jalen P.
Class of 2014

Providence, for me, gave me an opportunity to not only gain ground academically, but ultimately become...

the leader God always meant for me to be.

I was only at Providence one year but it was one of the most impactful years of my life and here is why:

When I started my first day at Providence, I immediately felt pursued as a student and like I could recover from a difficult junior year. The teachers are awesome and really took me under their wing! I was able to receive a 4.2 GPA my senior year (up from 3.1 my junior year). The principles that were instilled in me at Providence allowed me to go on to graduate college in 3 1/2 years, AND I was Cum Laude…

I was able to start discipling a couple of boys the end of my senior year who I check in on to this day. The type of environment that is fostered at Providence gave me the confidence I needed to remember God gave me specific tools for a reason and they needed to be used for His Glory! I am now a Physical Education Teacher at a public charter school in Indianapolis, Indiana. While school may look very much different than Providence, I try to instill the same confidence and provide the same opportunities, during my classes and even outside of class, that were provided to me at Providence.