Senior Sentiments: Teacher-Senior Switcheroo

Senior Sentiments: Teacher-Senior Switcheroo

“This is what we love about this year’s seniors.” “It was truly the best senior prank ever.” “It was so well coordinated,” and “How could anyone ever top this?” were some of the overwhelmingly positive reactions to the Class of ‘22’s long anticipated “senior prank.”...
A Snowball of Sled Races

A Snowball of Sled Races

While many may be down and disappointed about the snow lingering as we approach spring, students at Providence Academy are taking advantage of the cold weather through the annual sled races. On Wednesday, March 9th , sleds lined the snow for the second time in...

A Slam Dunk for Ukraine

In the wake of troubling world news, most middle schoolers may feel disconnected from others’ suffering or helpless to make a difference. But, when Providence Academy sixth-grader Nathaniel Mendoza and his younger brother Benjamin saw news about the war in...

A Spoonful of Sugar helps the [History] go Down

Most young students comedically picture their teachers living at school. Though many teachers may sometimes even feel it themselves, when he’s not in the classroom, Upper School history teacher Edward Hester can most likely be found in his kitchen.  Emma...
Superior Sounds

Superior Sounds

“For heights and depths no words can reach, music is the soul’s own speech,” said Charles Wesley, a famous methodist composer, and writer. On Thursday, March 10th, the Upper School Symphonic Band and Choirs chased after those heights in the annual MSHSL Large Ensemble...