Our youth Competition Cheerleaders won 2nd place at their very first National Competition and 'Hit Zero' meaning zero deductions - a big deal in cheerleading! This first year 'Lightning Storm' squad consists of 4th-7th graders, the majority of whom have never participated in competition cheerleading before.
Providence was once again proud to present this unique on campus shopping experience featuring gift items created by organizations that are sharing Christ’s love with immigrants and refugees. This year's marketplace raised more than $30,000 and was highest attended so far.
Providence elementary and middle school students held a week-long event called Stack it for Jesus. Students brought in canned goods, coats and books, donating more than 3,000 items to the Lilburn Co-op to help families in need.
Providence is excited to host 19 high school students from the country of Kosovo who are taking classes in English, literature, and leadership. These students were specially selected to travel to and study in the United States, learning more about the culture in an immersive experience.
Providence graduate Christin Stewart (Class of 2012) has fulfilled a life-long dream now that he has been called up to the major leagues to play for the Detroit Tigers. Christin joins fellow alumn Colin McHugh who also plays in the majors as a pitcher for the Houston Astros.
Providence junior Bailey Moody competed with Team USA at the 2018 Wheelchair Basketball World Championships in Hamburg, Germany. Bailey is the youngest player and the only high school student on the U.S. women's team roster.
Providence junior Charlotte Mann has dreamt of being a dancer since she was a little girl. But an extra bone growth on the top of her femur meant major surgery to continue pursing her passion. After a difficult recover and months of hard work, she is back at it and has learned some things along the way. Read the Gwinnett Daily Post's feature article about Charlotte.
Providence Johns Creek junior Jack McConnell spoke at the United Nations alongside philanthropists and ambassadors from around the world, saying 'When we find our gifts and use them to serve others we can have a huge impact on this world.'
The Storm's 2018-19 varsity volleyball team worked hard on the court but has now received national recognition for their performance in the classroom. For the second year in a row, the team won a national honor, the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Team Academic Award, for having a cumulative GPA of 3.94.
It was a time of fun and learning as Providence families from the elementary, middle and high school served at Proskuneo Ministries music and art camp in Clarkston. This week-long summer missions opportunity allowed parents, students and faculty to minister together at a camp that hosted children of local refugees primarily.
For the third year in a row, Providence's theater program has been nominated for a Shuler Award. Modeled after Broadway's Tony Awards, the 'Shuler Awards' recognize excellence in Georgia high school musical theater.
Providence's STEM program has received 'Distinguished School Recognition' as one of only 133 high schools out of 10,500 Project Lead The Way schools nationwide to be honored. Providence is one of only two high schools and the only private school in Georgia to receive recognition. Read more.
Providence high school art students have won 17 2018 Scholastic Art Awards, presented by a panel of creative professionals from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Providence sophomore Bailey Moody has overcome cancer and is thriving as an athlete having been selected as the second youngest player on the U.S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball National Team.
Each year, Providence gathers local vendors whose product sales benefit people in need, particularly refugees, into one marketplace where students, families and the local community can shop for Christmas. This year's marketplace was held on Wednesday, December 6th.