April - June

Providence students celebrate together at our 2018 Commencement Ceremony!


Your support has made a tremendous impact in the lives of faculty and students! We are thankful for another completed year at Providence, and we wanted you to share in our joy regarding the progress we have made together.

  • 2018 - BACCALAUREATE & GRADUATION - Our second Baccalaureate and Graduation Ceremony is now history, and it is with great joy that we can announce the graduation of Hannah Brooke Garner. Many hands joined together, as our students and teachers coordinated the transformation of the Chapel for our service. It was so kind of so many of you to attend, and it certainly was an encouragement to hear our graduate speak! You can already find many pictures from the event on our Facebook page, and we will soon upload others to our school website.
    -  On behalf of the Board of Directors and Faculty, we wish to express our deep gratitude and blessings as we plan for the 2018-19 school year. All present faculty have indicated that they will return for the new school year!
  • VOLUNTEER HELP NEEDED  - Would you consider volunteering as a tutor, classroom helper, or library helper? Perhaps you could lend your expertise to the school. Call me at (717) 298-8090 to discuss how you could change lives with your available time and talent.
  • SUMMER BREAK  - Although the office will be open on most weekdays over the summer, it is best to call (717) 298-8090 prior to visiting.
  • PROVIDENCE 360 In addition to our two visits per month to Cumberland Valley School of Music for keyboarding lessons, o
    ur most recent events in this unique curricular approach include:
    • March 20 - Explore & More Museum, Gettysburg
    • March 23 - Sledding Expedition
    • April 18 - Tuscarora Wildlife Education Project (TWEP)
    • April 20 - Cowans Gap - hiking, fishing, and environment center
    • April 26 - Washington County Rural Heritage Museum 
    • April 26 - Antietam Battlefield.
    • May 11 - Cove Valley Christian Camp - Outdoor Adventure and skills - canoeing, fishing, fire safety, and hiking
    • May 24 - Conococheague Institute & Ft. Loudon - led by Dr. Ken Shannon

Give all praise and glory to God for our 2017-18 fund campaign. He has provided generously through our friends who have given or pledged  $56,000 in cash contributions, with g ifts-In-kind  bringing us to a combined total of  $71,000 ! Please consider an end-of-fiscal-year gift today to give hope and a future for our vulnerable students. The summer months are crucial, as we need to purchase books and curriculum for incoming students. Your gift could propel us into the 2018-19 school year! 

What's New at PROVIDENCE?

We are continuing to fill spots for 2018-19. We have limited openings, so please contact us for a tour and information today. We are accepting applications in our four major tiered levels. Our emphasis has been on filling the elementary spots. 
  • Lower Elem - K-3 (7 openings)
  • Upper Elem - 4-6 (3 openings)
  • Jr. High (Case-by-Case)
  • Sr High (Case-by-Case)

Again, many praises to God for the blessed  Commencement Celebration on June 1, 2018. Pastor Craig Harris preached a most appropriate sermon on finishing well, and our senior Hannah Garner delivered an articulate speech about her growth in Christ while at PCA. We appreciated the wonderful turn out and were delighted that Mrs. Nancy Peckman drove from New Jersey to see her beloved former student graduate!
Thank you, FRIENDS of PROVIDENCE!  We will do our best to keep you informed of God's work through His people at Providence. Thank you for giving your time, wisdom, and treasure to glorify God in this work for vulnerable children and their families. Enjoy your break!

Jeffrey Garner
Providence Christian Academy 

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