Training up children in the fear of the Lord (Proverbs 22:6)



Providence Christian School exists to “train up a child in the way he should go”; for the Lord has promised that “when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Eph. 6:4).  The home, the church and the school have a responsibility to bring up our children “in the nurture and admonition of the Lord” (Eph 6:4).  Instruction will be given in all subjects needed for our life in society, with this distinction, that each course will attempt to draw its theme from the Scriptures which “is given and inspired by God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction and for instruction in righteousness” (II Tim. 3:16).  Through the education program, Providence Christian School strives to: 

  1. prepare the child as God’s image bearer for meaningful participation in society
  2. help the child see his life-task in the context of the kingdom of Jesus Christ
  3. show the child the way to total commitment to Jesus Christ and the need for His Lordship over his life.

The Basis and Purpose of Providence Christian School and its Method of Operation are found in the Constitution and Bylaws of Providence Christian School Society.  We will admit all students, up to our capacity, whose parents are committed Christians and who show a strong desire to give their child/ren a Christian education.

All parents who wish to enroll their children in Providence Christian School are asked to familiarize themselves with the Constitution and Bylaws of the Society.  Two members of the Board of Directors will interview all parents before they may register their child/ren in Providence Christian School.  Parents will be subject to all Board policies and decisions regarding the operation of the school.

Grade level assignments are the responsibility of the principal.  Students whose conduct is in constant conflict with the character and purpose of the school may be subject to dismissal, the dismissal being a Board decision.

All parents registering their child/ren must sign either:

  1. a society membership form stating that they agree with the Constitution and Bylaws in full, thus becoming voting members;
  2. a customer application form stating that they desire Christian education for their child/ren and will not interfere with the school accomplishing its stated purpose, thus becoming non-voting members.

As an independent school, our funds must come, for the main part, from the parents and the concerned community.