One Storm, Many Teams

With Providence students participating in many types of sporting events, we’d like to share an overview of how we help your child go from PE to signing up for college sports and maybe even farther with our excellent athletic program! Contact us for more information. 

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12,500 Sq. Ft Sports Performance Center Opens at Providence

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

To quote Athletic Director Brad Williams, "Our teams are just loving it. The amount of kids putting in work now just because they love going there is great to see. We really wanted the kids to focus on how they can be better versions of themselves, getting bigger, stronger, and faster."

The WIN Center is the result of the generosity and prayers of numerous folks in our school community. Thanks to everyone who helped make it a reality! #GoStorm

Athletic News

Our 2020-21 varsity volleyball team has won the American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the fifth year in a row! These players maintained an average 3.69 GPA last season. The Storm is one of only 13 schools statewide. Go Storm!

The AVCA gives out this award to any high school or collegiate team with a combined average GPA of 3.30 or higher on a 4.0 scale.


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Storm Athletics is excited to welcome back Chris Luke as our new head varsity girls basketball coach! Coach Luke brings with her 30 years of coaching experience at every level. Her most recent role was as the JV head coach and Varsity assistant at Hebron, where they won the 1A State Championship this past year. She coached at Providence from 1997 to 2002. In three years as varsity coach, she had two Sweet 16 appearances. 

The varsity football team won the Chick-fil-A/FCA invitational 7on7 tournament. The Storm had a perfect 7-0 record, defeating Loganville High  School, a 5a public school, in the championship game. Read more in the Gwinnett Daily Post here.

Jordan van den Berg ('20) was a record-breaking linebacker for the Storm. He's now committed to play for the Penn State Nittany Lions. Read more from Sports Illustrated here and the Gwinnett Daily Post here.

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We're celebrating TWO state champions! Ayden Drake is the Girls A-Private State Champion in the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles! Ayden is also the High Point Total Champion and placed 3rd in the 300 meter dash. Elijah Williams is the Boys A-Private State Champion in the long jump and ranked 2nd in the triple jump!

The girls team also won third in the state! Sydney Flood won 5th in the discus and 4th in the shot put. Ellison Chadwick won 2nd in the long jump, 4th in the 100 meter, and 3rd in the 200 meter. Along with Ayden's points, these athletes lifted the team to their third-place win in the entire state.

Colin O'Leary won 4th in the 400 meter, and Devin Long won 6th in the triple jump. These are outstanding accomplishments for all these athletes. Way to go, everyone!

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Here's a glimpse of our first annual Squallys event, held on Friday, May 14th! 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.

Check out the highlight video here.

Did you miss it? You can watch the entire event online here.

Here's a list of our winners:

Comeback Of The Year — Boys Soccer
Male Breakthrough Athlete — Tony Carpio
Female Breakthrough Athlete — Ryan Jeremiah
Most Memorable Performance — Elijah Williams
Female Rookie Of The Year — Ellison Chadwick
Male Rookie Of The Year — Caleb Lee
Best Upset — Baseball
Record-Breaking Performance — Skyler Jordan
Outstanding Female Athlete — Ayden Drake
Outstanding Male Athlete — Chance Thacker
Coach Of The Year — Joey Thacker
Team Of The Year — Boys Soccer


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Providence senior Ayden Drake signed to continue her track and field career at Division I Samford University. Ayden has seven school records in track and field (300mh, 400m, 400mh, 800m, 4x100m, 4x800m, SMR). She is currently 3rd in the entire state in the 300 meter hurdles and first in Single A Private in the 300mh and the 400m.

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Congratulations to Skyler Jordan, who signed to continue his football career at Alcorn State University. Skyler is the first Division 1 signee in Storm football history. He holds the school record for career and single-season touchdown receptions and career and single-season receiving yards.

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Name: Madelyn Levy

School: Providence Christian

Class: Senior

Favorite pro tennis player: Coco Gauff

Best tennis player in Gwinnett not on my team: Bella Tucker

Favorite playing surface: Asphalt

Song that gets me ready for a match: Any song in the genre of pop gets me pretty excited to play

Favorite teacher: I’m honored to be taught by each teacher at Providence, no favorite!

Favorite restaurant: I love Agavero, great Mexican food!


♦ Went 16-1 as a sophomore

♦ Also a key starter on the Storm’s basketball team

Coach Anne Crist’s take: “Madeline is the quintessential athlete: focused, mentally tough and highly disciplined. She is a joy to all her coaches, coming to tennis after basketball playoffs, ready to jump into another tennis season. She lost only one match in her sophomore and junior years, playing mostly at the No. 2 spot. But in addition to her athletic prowess, she is kind, exemplifies great character and is respected by teammates and coaches alike. We will be sorry to see her go, but she will be leaving a great legacy at Providence for others to emulate.”

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Our Middle School Competition Cheer Team won first place in the Sapphire division (Level 1) and overall Grand Champion of the FCC National Christian Cheerleading Championship Competition.  The competition is a 3-day event held in Orlando, Florida over New Years.  Our Elementary School Competition Team took 5th place overall. They competed against 15 other teams to claim the title.

  • Naomi Woodley, 5th grader, was the National Tumble Champion
  • Autumn Reece, 2nd grader, was the National Jump Champion.
  • Our Head Coach, Kimberly Huff was a top 3 finalist for FCC Coach of the Year.

Our middle school girls had a total of 5 competitions this year, and they won every single one so they had a perfect, undefeated season.

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The Gwinnett Daily Post features the Storm's new head football coach, Jonathan Beverly. In this installment of “Getting to Know,” staff correspondent Jack Leo talks with Beverly about his move to Georgia, his favorite new restaurant, and more.

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Jordan van den Berg who is continuing his football career at Iowa Western. He earned many accolades for his performance this season including being named the Region 8-A defensive player of the year and making the AJC all-state team.

Read more in the Gwinnett Daily Post.

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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 was selected for the poll after the team's win over Strong Rock where she had 18 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots.

According to Coach Kindig, “Maymie is an incredible young woman. There are plenty of things she brings on the court, but the person that she is and the way that she plays is where her impact is truly felt. She is a culture-driver for our team and is a captain as a 10th-grader. That speaks to the way that she leads by example and the tone she sets by the effort with which she plays. She has been coming into the gym multiple times a week all season at 6:30 a.m. to get extra shots up. Quite honestly, it’s been a long time since we’ve had a player dedicate herself to her game, our team and our program the way Maymie has these last few months. She is one of our most coachable kids and the type of player that makes coaching fun.”

Thanks to everyone who voted. And congratulations Maymie!

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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.

Read more in the Gwinnett Daily Post.

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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.

Several other Storm football players received recognition as well.

Evan O'Leary made the first-team offense, and Chason Dickens made the first-team defense. Zach Douglas, Skyler Jordan, and Casey Luck made the second-team offense, while Sam Johnson and Griffin Pressley made the second-team defense.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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Providence Christian won the Silver Division title of the Gwinnett County Volleyball Championships at Parkview on Saturday.

The Storm (26-14) defeated Grayson in the championship match 25-20, 25-19, following earlier wins over Collins Hill (25-14, 25-16) and Mountain View (25-19, 30-28).

Alaina Emminger had 38 kills and 11 digs, upping her career kills total past the 1,000 mark, a first for a Providence player. The Storm also got 13 aces from Taylor Lewis and 12 digs and 38 assists from Lauren Yost.

Source: Gwinnett Prep Sports

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The Providence Storm has once again won the Georgia High School Association Spirit Sportsmanship Award!

This honor is voted on by competing schools in our region. Three sports, including football, softball, and boys basketball won for their individual sports and Providence won the overall award as well.

Congrats Storm fans and athletes for reflecting our standard of fan support that cheers for our players and not against our opponents and that shows hospitality and respect toward opposing teams.

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