The Application Process
Our Admissions team is working remotely and is eager to connect with you by phone or email. We've adapted our admissions process to be done virtually at this time. Please visit our Virtual Admissions Center for more ways to connect with our Admissions team while our physical offices are closed.
Providence Academy’s admission process is designed to admit qualified students who are capable of benefiting from the school’s college preparatory program and making a positive contribution to the school community. The Office of Admissions works to identify, attract and retain a diverse group of students who possess the following characteristics: intellectual curiosity, willingness to serve others and community with a Christ-centered heart, self-motivation and a solid work ethic, admirable character, special talents, and an enthusiasm for involvement in the school’s extra-curricular activities.
1. Attend a (virtual) Patriot Preview
The Patriot Preview helps parents and students learn about what God is doing in the lives of students at Providence, how the University Model can work practically for your family, and how to take the next steps to becoming a Patriot! Both parents, if applicable, must participate in a Patriot Preview to be considered for admissions.
The Patriot Preview is currently an on-demand video presentation. Click here to access your Patriot Preview.
2. Read "Introduction to Classical Education"
"Introduction to Classical Education" by Chris Perrin will enable you to more fully grasp the value of a Classical Education.
3. Apply for Admission
Apply online and submit all applicable documents and fees.
4. Take the Admissions Test
Once the application, application fee, and all required documents are received by the Academy, families will contacted regarding the student admissions test. Testing is currently being done online or via email.
5. Interview with the Admissions Team
Family interviews are currently being conducted via videoconference. Both parents/legal guardians and the applicant are required to attend. During the family interview, the admissions counselor will gain a greater understanding of your family's academic, spiritual, and extracurricular goals for your child. The admissions counselor will also take this opportunity to review the results of the admissions test.
6. Complete the Enrollment Packet
Once you receive your acceptance letter, please complete the online enrollment form within 10 business days of acceptance. We're thrilled to have you as part of our Providence family!
Questions? Contact the Admissions team at email@example.com or (479) 595-2507.