We Have Diverse Programs

We Have Diverse Programs

In PHCS Performing Arts...

students can participate in a variety of classes and extracurriculars depending on the grade level, such as choir, orchestra, band, and guitar.

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drama students at the high school
  • drama students at the high school

    In PHCS Performing Arts...

    students can participate in a variety of classes and extracurriculars depending on the grade level, such as choir, orchestra, band, and guitar.

  • elementary students presenting a project to the board of trustees

    In PHCS Academics...

    students learn to think critically, act responsibly, and communicate effectively.

  • high school naval jrotc cadets in air rifle competition

    In Naval JROTC...

    cadets can participate in a number of competitive teams like air rifle. marksmanship, orienteering, color guard, unarmed/armed drill, and others.

  • senior class student council students being silly

    In Student Council...

    students help to organize community service projects, arrange school-wide special activities, and provide input on school decisions.

  • girls basketball team playing in a game

    In PHCS Sports & Athletics...

    high school students participate in the 3A level in Region 15 under the UHSAA in 15 different sports & junior high students participate in the USSSAL in 6 different sports.

  • elementary students presenting a project to the board of trustees

    In PHCS Academics...

    students learn to think critically, act responsibly, and communicate effectively.

  • high school naval jrotc cadets in air rifle competition

    In Naval JROTC...

    cadets can participate in a number of competitive teams like air rifle. marksmanship, orienteering, color guard, unarmed/armed drill, and others.

  • senior class student council students being silly

    In Student Council...

    students help to organize community service projects, arrange school-wide special activities, and provide input on school decisions.

  • girls basketball team playing in a game

    In PHCS Sports & Athletics...

    high school students participate in the 3A level in Region 15 under the UHSAA in 15 different sports & junior high students participate in the USSSAL in 6 different sports.

Why Providence Hall?

Quality

We provide a quality education that embraces and magnifies a student’s innate curiosity, individuality, and special talents.

82.5%

Currently 82.5% of high school students complete College & Career Readiness coursework.

Inquiry-Based

We employ hands-on experiences and real-life applications to convey to students the notion that knowledge is power and a tool that can better one’s life.

95%

Providence Hall consistently achieves over a 95% graduation rate.

Spotlight

photo of monica brown, new special education director

Monica began her interest in people while working in hospital behavior units. She then moved to school settings helping students with disabilities. She enjoys paddle boarding, jet skiing, reading/learning, traveling, and playing with her nieces & nephews.

- Monica Brown, New Special Education Director

photo of karen legendre, new elementary school assistant principal

Karen is the new Elementary School Assistant Principal. She taught at the Elementary for 7 years before accepting this position. She enjoys spending time biking, watching movies, and going on Disney trips with her family.

- Karen Legendre, New Elementary Assistant Principal

photo of mandy rawson, new high school counselor

Mandy is a new high school counselor. She worked in optometry for 13 years then realized she wanted to be a counselor when she grew up! She loves to read, buy crazy glasses, try new hairstyles, and spend time with her family.

- Mandy Rawson, New High School Counselor (L-Z)