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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

On Sunday, the seniors participated in the Senior Awards ceremony, receiving honors for their classwork as well as notification of community scholarships. Of note are ...
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As a way of living out Catholic Social Teaching, our students are required to verify 60 service hours during their high school years. In total, our seniors recorded more ...
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Elyse LaGarenne ’08 wasn’t looking to be featured on television when she bought her first home. She simply liked the homes in the Indianapolis Fountain ...
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Senior Cheyenne Brooks is known for her work ethic on the volleyball and basketball courts. She applies that same determination to her academic life and will graduate in ...
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Senior Andrew Boehm has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank issued by the Boys Scouts of America. Nationwide, only 6 percent of Boy Scouts achieve this ...
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