Senior Sentiments: A School Year Chock-Full of Memories

Senior Sentiments: A School Year Chock-Full of Memories

As graduation day approaches, the Class of 2022 can’t help but reminisce about their time at Providence. Most seniors share the sentiment that 12th grade has been the best year of high school. Previous years pale in comparison to the bond seniors have made as a class...
Bundles of Joy: Lions for Life Help Celebrate the Gift of Life

Bundles of Joy: Lions for Life Help Celebrate the Gift of Life

“Little feet make big imprints on our hearts,” read one of 30 adorable cards sent to expecting mothers at SouthWest Options for Women in Eden Prairie. The Providence Academy Lion’s For Life Club worked to give women with limited resources the opportunity to make these...
Watt He Does: The Electric Life of Mr. Plucinski

Watt He Does: The Electric Life of Mr. Plucinski

“Crazy. Hair.” are the words that come to Robotics team member Nathan Hemmesch’s ‘22 mind when thinking of Mr. Michael Plucinski, Upper School Physics Teacher and Robotics Coach. Plucinski’s distinctive fluff is his trademark that helps the student body identify him...
And We’re Back: College Fair Returns to PA

And We’re Back: College Fair Returns to PA

Private or public university? In state or out of state? Small or large campus? These are the questions high school students ask themselves every year. And with thousands of institutions to choose from, it can be difficult to navigate the college scene. Such is why, on...