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PCS Annual Fund Video

At Providence Christian School, we are a family. We are called to be more and to do more. We invite you to watch our video to learn how our Annual Fund will continue to grow the Providence family. Our Annual Fund will enhance our school and allow us to increase the level of excellence in all aspects of our educational programs. This means that teachers and students will have the finest tools available for learning, technology is accessible, financial aid is available to families in need, and fine arts and athletics are explored.  

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Grammar

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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Logic

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

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

Atmospheric Conditions

Emory Latta

Sometimes when someone is asked why they are considering PCS they will answer, “For the Christian atmosphere.” Although that is an honest response and certainly worthy of consideration, the easy thing might be to dismiss it as if they are not contributing to the advancement of the purposes of the school. But that is not necessarily the case. In fact, we all need to look at what is meant by “atmosphere” and understand its impact in setting the tone in the classroom and the school. Everyone recognizes the influences that exist in culture, many of which are not conducive to a spiritually uplifting environment. But what we might take for granted is the liturgical posit [...]