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Changing the world.






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EQUIPPING STUDENTS. FOLLOWING CHRIST. CHANGING THE WORLD. Providence Christian School provides a distinct education. We are Christian, and we are classical. In preparing students to be tomorrow's leaders, we are developing young people who find their identity in Christ and seek to participate in God's renewal of creation by building and sustaining what is true, beautiful, and good.  By God's grace, we are striving to be a school that impacts the entire family and encourages each student to become all that God calls him to be. We provide an accelerated academic curriculum, committed educators, enrichment opportunities in the arts, outstanding athletics, and a loving atmosphere that complements a godly home. 

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During the Grammar phase, children are particularly adept at memorization. We use songs, chants, and rhymes to help children enjoy the le ...
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The Logic phase involves ordering facts into organized statements and arguments. Classical education teaches children in this phase to ar ...
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Rhetoric is the art of communicating well. Classical education helps students develop their minds to think and articulate concepts to oth ...
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Notes in the Margin

Hope Givers

Emory Latta

“Hope deferred makes the heart grow sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.” Proverbs 13:12, NIV An opportunity recently availed itself to remind a gathering of our people of the influence that they have with those with whom they work and train. We are all guilty of failing to realize the power of the influences that we have. I know when I get busy and perhaps even frustrated, the outflow of my heart exposes negative emotion and that largely it is caused by my selfishness when things are not going my way. The message to the group with whom I spoke recently was along the context that as Christian leaders, our call is to be hope-givers in all circumstances. True hop [...]