Bon Appetit! French Luncheon Provides Opportunities

Picture this: thirteen different voices, shifting between English and French. This conversation didn’t take place anywhere near France, but rather in PA’s own board room with students who had studied through French V or through their senior year. Among this group was...

Presenting… Pippi Longstocking

Pirates, robbers, and lively children. On January 21st and 22nd, a cast and crew of 37 Middle Schoolers brought these characters and so many more to life during their hit production of Pippi Longstocking. Middle Schoolers are notorious for having a lot of energy, and...

Longest Run: A Look at PA’s Ski Club

Twenty-six: the number of clubs Providence Academy offers its Upper School students. One: the number of PA clubs that include skiing down hills throughout Minnesota, venturing to Duluth, and nostalgic winter memories. While Providence Academy offers many clubs for...

3 Kings, 2 Traditions: How Providence Academy Celebrates Epiphany

“A moment in which one suddenly gains clarity.” To most people, this is the cut-and-dry definition of the word “epiphany.”  But to Providence Academy and Catholics at large, this word means so much more.  “With Christmas, we celebrate the birth...

Teacher Thoughts: Finals

“Pray on it!” is the advice Religion Teacher Angela Jendro gives on preparing for finals. For students, finals season is full of late nights, caffeinated drinks, and lots of stress. This chaos is followed by six 90-minute exams on three different days, all taken in...