Providence has been serving thousands of families in Gwinnett and surrounding counties for nearly 30 years. Now, the school's influence will extend overseas to a new Christian school opening in Seoul, South Korea.
Jordan van den Berg has earned all-state football honors by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, as one of the defensive players in Single A. Jordan had a team record 157 tackles this season.
According to Newsweek, Providence is ranked among the top 10 percent of STEM schools nationwide, being recognized for courses offered, technology utilized, project-based learning, skills taught in the classes, career connections, and more.
Maymie deMayo is the Gwinnett Daily Post's Fan's Choice Winter Athlete of the Week. Maymie is sophomore member of the varsity girls basketball team. She had 18 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots in a win over Strong Rock.
For the fifth year in a row, Providence hosted the annual "Giving Market," a unique on-campus shopping experience that combines a marketplace for purchasing gifts with support for organizations that are meeting needs locally and around the world.
The varsity Academic Team placed first again at their league tournament hosted by Hebron Christian. The team was 6-0 on Saturday and has a match record this season of 17-1. They've placed 1st and 2nd in previous tournaments.
The Gwinnett Daily Post covers the varsity boys basketball team after their 8-0 start this season, marking a new era in the Storm's basketball program.
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Providence Johns Creek senior Leila Moss has signed to continue her soccer career playing for the LaGrange College Panthers.
Leila is the starting keeper for the Storm.
Jordan van den Berg was named the region 8-A Defensive Player of the Year.
JJ led the region in total tackles with 157, which was good for the second-highest total in Gwinnett County.
More than 60 local business partners came to Providence to network with high school students and provide information about a variety of career fields. The day was designed not only to provide exposure to career fields but to help students learn more about who they are.
Hannah Nolan has signed to continue her softball career at Georgia Southwestern University.
Hannah finishes her Providence career owning seven different school records, including single-season records in doubles, triples, and batting average, and is top 5 in three other offensive categories.
Alaina Emminger has signed to continue her volleyball career at Emmanuel College.
Alaina will graduate as the most effective hitter and strongest volleyball player Providence has ever had, breaking three school records.
Her career stats include 182 aces, 552 digs, 89 blocks, and 1,111 kills.
Varsity volleyball coach Katie Bailey celebrated a milestone of 100 wins at Providence.
In her fourth year as coach, she is now the all-time winningest volleyball coach in school history, with a total of 107 wins.
Her varsity squad broke four school records during the 2019 season.
Providence Christian won the Silver Division title of the Gwinnett County Volleyball Championships at Parkview on Saturday.
Senior William Beckner has been named a National Merit Semifinalist! As a selectee, he is among less than one percent of all high school seniors nationwide. William will go on to compete for one of 7,500 National Merit Scholarships, announced this spring.
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The Providence Storm has once again won the Georgia High School Association Spirit Sportsmanship Award, voted on by competing schools in our region. Three sports won individual awards, and Providence won the overall award as well.
Providence is proud to announce that Dan Knudsen will be the new high school principal at the Lilburn campus. He joins the administration with decades of experience in public and private schools as a teacher, coach, and administrator.