Mission

Uncompromising excellence in educating and equipping students with Truth.

Vision

Providence Academy envisions a world transformed by our students – future leaders who apply their Christian values to critically think, problem solve, and creatively impact their community. 

Five core values establish the foundation of Providence Academy

TRUTH

Scripture is the revealed Word of God and is taught as truth, and that truth is integrated into the learning experience. Students are taught 

  • all truth is God’s truth
  • they are created in the image of God
  • they must confront the issue of sin and redemption
  • they can know God as revealed in Christ and made present through the Holy Spirit

INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT

The Christian mind should be the best mind, enlightened by the mind of Christ and integrating God’s principles with academic pursuits. The aim is to develop students with a biblical world-view, who are well prepared academically with an emphasis on 

  • accurately interpreting the Word of God
  • mastering communications skills
  • showing proficiency in mathematics and science 
  • understanding history and God’s role in it
  • appreciating literature and the arts
  • reasoning and thinking critically 
  • finding, analyzing, evaluating, and appropriately using information

CHRISTIAN EDUCATORS

The School must have a Board of Directors, a Head of School, a faculty, and a staff who are committed followers of Christ, teaching and leading from a biblically integrated perspective. Those engaged in the School’s governance, leadership, and teaching will 

  • model Christ in their teaching and leading
  • understand and focus on achieving the School’s vision and expected outcomes 
  • reflect and support the School’s mission and core values

POTENTIAL IN CHRIST

Every learning experience aims to enable students to reach their full potential in Christ. Learning will include a focus on

  • providing programs and services appropriate for the student
  • establishing awareness of the student’s relationship and responsibility to society
  • developing students intellectually, spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically through every curricular and extracurricular activity
  • making disciples
  • preparing for works and service
  • developing an eternal view of life 

OPERATIONAL INTEGRITY

The School’s day-to-day operational practices are a consistent model of integrity, efficiency, and accountability. Biblical values are consistently implemented as the School

  • reflects the high road to policy development and accountability in board governance
  • manages people resources ethically and justly
  • manages and monitors school finances with integrity and disclosure
  • conducts straightforward and Christ-like relations with the government and its agencies
  • creates ethical, clear, and open strategies in development and marketing;
  • conducts fair and consistent classroom management 
  • reflects honesty, openness, and fairness in parent relations