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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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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

Worldview is More Than an Approach

Emory Latta

Every student has a worldview and they have life questions that will someday get answered. The Christian school must decide if it is going to proactively address these questions by inviting students into the discussion through the subject matter by way of Biblical Integration, or if they are going to separate faith and learning. Too often the Christian school misses the main point of its existence by operating in a system that MacCullough (2015) calls the Parallel Model, where faith and learning are taught independent of one another and treated almost as separate entities. Unless the Christian school takes advantage of supplying the unifying purpose of why we exist and why education allows u [...]