Providence Classical School will be celebrating its ninth graduating class on Saturday, May 29, 2021. Its eight graduates will be starting their next chapters at colleges and universities in Virginia and Washington, D.C.
What sets apart a PCS graduate from its peers is the unique classical Christian education that equips him/her to discern, articulate, and live truth.
Our students embody this motto as they engage in understanding world history since the beginning of creation; the grammar of the English and Latin languages; the mathematical concepts of algebra, geometry, and calculus; the wonder, complexity, and order inherent in botany, astrology, chemistry, and physics; the beauty and harmony in art and music; humanity’s plights and victories as relayed in literature; and the deep existential and divine contemplations posed by philosophy and theology.
By time our graduates walk the stage, they will have been impressed with the immutable truth that they were made in the image of and loved by a holy God; they will have civilly engaged on several impassioned topics called Harkness Discussions; they will have interned at local businesses; they will have served in their local community; and they will have completed and presented to school audiences both a year-long fine arts project and thesis paper that will have tested their creativity, research and writing skills, and perseverance.
We are extremely proud of each of them and send them off with best wishes and prayers as they continue to cultivate their talents and accomplishments!
PCS Class of 2021
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