A Covenant Relationship

Partnering with the Christian Home

In the pursuit of a covenant relationship with the home, Providence seeks families in which at least one parent or guardian shares a commitment to the Christian faith through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and is actively involved in a local body of believers, regardless of denominational affiliation.  Written statements of faith and pastoral references are required as part of the application process.
Since Providence Christian Academy seeks to provide a Christ-centered education through the integration of a biblical worldview into all aspects of school life, this covenant relationship between home and school has proven to be essential for accomplishing our mission.  Having a common foundation concerning faith and learning promotes the partnership necessary for the school to be an extension of the Christian home.

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Want to know more what makes us a covenant school?

Listen to these episodes of our podcast that dive deep into what this covenant model means for our students, parents and staff.

Providence Christian Academy is known as a "covenant school." But what does that mean? In this episode, Head of School Dr. Sean Chapman and Admissions Director Kim Miller define what covenant education is, explain the philosophical and Biblical underpinnings for it, and talk about why this unique partnership with parents is so important. This is the first episode in a three-part series.
In this second episode about covenant education, we explore what this partnership between home and the school looks like the in the day-to-day life of Providence Christian Academy. Headmaster Emeritus Dr. Jim Vaught joins the panel to add his perspective. This is part two in a three-part series.
Covenant education is a partnership between home and school. This episode features two mothers of Providence Christian Academy graduates who share how they experienced this partnership and how it affected their students and family. This is the final episode in a three-part series.