Providence Academy offers a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum with advanced courses throughout the students’ experience that will prepare them to excel at the university God leads them to choose. Through students being exposed to a researched curriculum, a powerful academic community with shared intellectual experiences is created. Curriculum is taught through a combination of texts, classical writings, discussion groups, lectures, presentations, papers, and projects.
Honors and Advanced Placement courses are available to Providence Upper Campus students. These opportunities to study at an accelerated pace and higher demand are available throughout the balance of their education at the academy. With Providence’s accelerated academic program, students are also able to begin working towards high school credit starting in 8th grade for select courses.
In addition, students have a variety of options beginning in high school to obtain college credit through either concurrent college courses or by passing AP exams.