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Learning to Compete with Dignity & Character

Some things can’t be learned from books—like leadership, responsibility, service and confidence. But through our comprehensive athletics program, our students learn all of these things and much more. We’re molding true champions who will go on to achieve greatness, whether on the field or off. And given the size of our enrollment, it’s truly amazing to watch our teams consistently stand toe-to-toe with much larger schools.

You can see it in the faces of our athletes—in their actions. They’re learning the true gain of pushing themselves to the limit. They’re discovering the Blue Pride inspired by wearing a jersey for the Providence Pioneers.

Athletic Training Services are provided by Floyd Memorial Hospital



E-Vision Newsletter

In the last eVision, we noted that sophomore Marissa Hornung was a finalist for a national recognition and since then, she has been voted 2015 ...
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Emily DiNoto ’09 graduated from Purdue University in May 2013 with a desire to teach science – and move to the beach. She found a way to do both, living and ...
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By Ray Day ’57, school archivist Back in 1951, the Sisters of Providence of Terre Haute, Ind., were asked by Indianapolis Archbishop Paul C. Schulte to build and ...
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Several Pioneer teams and student athletes had noteworthy accomplishments in the last few weeks, from the PHS Competitive Cheer Squad competing in Dallas to the PHS ...
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Each year, the Providence community honors individuals who have had an impact on Providence and/or the community with the Awards of Distinction. This year, three people ...
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