Providence Christian School was founded as a classical, Christian school. Our founding families, Board of Directors and staff believe that this method of education was and is the best way to prepare young minds to not only succeed in a rapidly-changing world, but to develop the critical, principled thinking needed in a culture that is, in many ways, at odds with the teachings of scripture. While classical, Christian education (CCE) is a new concept to some families, it is an educational approach which has stood the test of centuries.
We invite you to read further in this section of the website to gain an overview of CCE and how we apply its principles at Providence.
Books about Classical Christian Education
For more in-depth information we recommend the following list of titles:
The Lost Tools of Learning
Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning
The Seven Laws of Teaching
John Milton Gregory
Repairing the Ruins
edited by Douglas Wilson
The Case for Classical Christian Education
The Abolition of Man