Kindergarten at Providence Academy
Providence Academy exists to Build Leaders for Christ by partnering with parents to equip students with a biblical worldview. As parents intentionally live out the vision for raising children laid out in Deuteronomy 6:7, we believe you will need partners to come alongside you in community. The first partner is the body of believers, your church, that invests in both you as parents and in your children. Second, Providence exists to champion the values and commitment to scripture that you are pursuing and desire for you child's life.
"Impress (the commandments) on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up" Deuteronomy 6:7
As the following audio message conveys, we believe it starts this young!
Don't wait- we believe a biblical worldview can be shaped early for children. They are learning values, attitudes, and actions for the rest of their lives. We are passionate about redeeming time when parents can invest their lives in their children. Therefore, we work hard, we invest in one another, we rely on each other, and we restore a balance of work, play, and family life.
We are passionate about restoring balance between work, play, and family life.
Students at the Grammar campus (K-6) attend class on campus two days a week, and parents are equipped to continue the teaching process during satellite days. Learn more about what to expect at the Grammar level here. This model, which is rooted in historic (classical) teaching and growing around the world, enables parents to once again be the largest influence on their children while trusting they are learning from fellow Christians as faculty members.
The model works!
Students grow into tremendously well-equipped Leaders for Christ! Educationally, our students excel ranking in the highest categories in standardized testing, going on to study a balanced, wide variety of subjects, from STEM to Business, the Arts, and even Ministry. They are prepared for college because of their ability to study and achieve at a high level. Better yet, they are prepared for life, career, and ministry as they have learned to balance work, family, and investing in others.