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...
Called to Serve: Lower School Hosts Annual Service Day

Called to Serve: Lower School Hosts Annual Service Day

Lent is not just a time of prayer and fasting, but also action. These three pillars of Lent mark a penitential season, and give Christians a chance to prepare for Easter.  As a kickstart to Lent and a means to show students, hands-on, what this third pillar of...
Practicing, Playing, and Performing: Band Students Go to All-State

Practicing, Playing, and Performing: Band Students Go to All-State

Most know what it means to go to State in a sport: nail-biting matches, high emotions, and lots of school spirit. Few are aware, however, of the fine arts equivalent: All-State Band. Rather than a competition, this is a cooperative group of musicians from all around...
PA Welcomes Amelia Santaniello

PA Welcomes Amelia Santaniello

From learning about a journalism career to meeting a local celebrity, Providence Academy journalism students had a fun day on February 4, when Amelia Santaniello, WCCO’s nightly News Anchor visited their class to speak with students about day-to-day experiences in her...
A Night to Remember Robby Miller

A Night to Remember Robby Miller

The Providence Academy and Edina communities came together to honor Robby Miller and support the Miller family on Tuesday, February 8 for “Robby Miller Night.” Miller, the father of Kyra, ‘23, Carissa, ‘21, and Sarah, unexpectedly passed away last week, leaving the...