Providence Voted Best Private School in Gwinnett

Providence Christian Academy has once again been voted "Best Private School" by Gwinnett Magazine. This is the ninth time the school has received this award. It's an honor to receive recognition in the community where we have been serving families for more than three decades!

Providence Theatre Honored with Thescon Performance

Congratulations to our talented high school theatre students on their outstanding performances of Into the Woods at Thescon! Providence was the only private school to be invited to perform at the Georgia Thespian Conference, which brought together nearly 6,000 theatre students from across the state.

Giving Market Features and Supports Ministries

Providence hosted the ninth 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.

Cross Country Wins State Championship

We are State Champs! Our boys cross country team has won first place at the AA State Championship, making history as the Storm's first-ever championship in boys cross country!

Providence Welcomes New Head of School for Academics

We proudly announce that Leslie Whitlock has joined Providence Christian Academy as our new Assistant Head of School for Academics to lead our ongoing effort to provide top-tier empowering education and cultivate maturity so our students can be strong, joyful, healthy followers of Jesus.

Quinton Slaughter Sets County Rushing Record

Quinton Slaughter broke the Gwinnett County record for rushing yards in a single game, rushing 389 yards on 48 carries. He also scored two touchdowns in the Storm's 55-35 win over Union County.

Encounter Retreats Transform Students

This year's Encounter retreats were an amazing experience for our students, providing not only unforgettable times of fun and connection, but life changing encounters with Jesus.

Engel Named Defensive Player of the Week

Vickor Engel has been named the Gwinnett Daily Post Defensive Player of the Week! Vicktor had five tackles for losses, for sacks, at forced a fumble in Friday night's 71 to 0 victory over Athens Christian.

Miller Named Offensive Player of the Week

Matthew Miller is the Gwinnett Daily Post Offenses Player of the Week! Matthew had six receptions for 160 yards and four touchdowns catches in Friday night's 32 to 10 victory at Whitfield Academy.

Slaughter Named Offensive Player of the Week

Let's hear it for Quinton slaughter, chosen by the Gwinnett daily post as football offensive player of the week! Quinton rust 18 times for 265 yards and four touchdowns in our 53 to 15 win over Saint Francis Friday night.

School Year Launches with Theme of "Revive"

The 2023-24 school year is underway! "Revive" is our theme this year as we seek to revive our awareness of what God has done for us individually and collectively as a school family. We desire to continue to grow in this revival and allow God to do what He does when we surrender to Him.

Celebrating the Class of 2023!

On Saturday, May 20th, Providence celebrated the Class of 2023 at our commencement service. The ceremony was a time to encourage, pray for and commission these graduates for the next chapter in their lives.

The Squallys Honor Storm Athletes

Here's a glimpse of our annual Squallys event, held on Friday, May 13th! It was a fun-filled evening to honor the achievements of our student-athletes. A version of the ESPN Espys, Providence style, it was a night to remember.

STEM Department Awarded $10,000 Grant

Our STEM department has received a $10,000 grant as one of seven Georgia schools to be recognized by ALPLA. The grant will fund VEX Workcell equipment for Providence Johns Creek STEM students learning about manufacturing in STEM III, a 3-D printer for Johns Creek STEM Lab, and VEX competition equipment (e.g., field tiles, perimeter, and current year's VEX game components) for the Robotics Club.

Providence Johns Creek Dedicates New Site

A crowd of students, parents, and teachers gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new site of Providence Johns Creek, dedicating the building before offering tours for guests and prospective families.

12,500 Sq. Ft Sports Performance Center Opens

Providence's new sports performance facility known as the WIN Center has been a huge hit with students and staff. Check out the article in the Gwinnett Daily Post and scroll through the pictures to get a look at the 12,500-square foot facility.