Admissions Policy


At Providence Christian School (PCS), we believe that education at school is an extension of education at home.  Our goal, therefore, is to create a learning environment that reinforces the efforts of parents to teach their children to know God and His Word, to love Him, and to obey Him.  If parents and/or students do not possess faith in Jesus Christ for salvation, and are not actively involved in a local church, it is our desire that involvement with PCS will encourage them to pursue these things. With these goals in mind, admission to PCS is based on the following:

  1. PCS is a private, non-profit organization. The Board of Directors reserves the right to determine admission based on a family’s support of the principles on which the school is founded.
  1. Although Admission to Providence is open to persons of a variety of religious and nonreligious backgrounds, our instruction and leadership is based on a conservative, biblical Christian worldview. The total process of education at PCS includes encouraging students who have not committed their lives to Jesus Christ (unsaved) to trust in Him for their salvation, develop a biblical worldview, and become actively involved in a Christian community of believers.
  1. Admission to PCS is conditioned upon continued support of the goals, philosophy, regulations, teaching positions and statement of faith of the school and the willingness to support the administration from home. Any evidence of a lack of support by parents, or violations of the student code of conduct may be grounds for suspension or expulsion.

Statement Regarding Non-Discrimination:

Providence Christian School admits students of any race, color, or national or ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students of the school.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origins in the administration of our policies governing admissions, scholarships, athletics, educational programs, or any other school administered programs.  We reserve the right to exercise discipline, up to and including expulsion, in cases where students fail to comply PCS behavior standards that we teach are consistent with Biblical principles.