Providence from the air 1Athletics at Providence
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

Senior Mary Nokes is proud to say she’s seen the next U.S. president first hand. She may even be in a photo with him or her. She is one of several students who ...
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Last week, students in Mr. Seth Blakeslee’s Anatomy class had the opportunity to watch and ask questions during a triple bypass heart surgery at Jewish Hospital ...
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By Ray Day '57, school archivist On April 16, 2016, a most unusual Providence reunion occurred at the Nolan Solar Building on State Street in New Albany. Former ...
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After several months of planning and work, the Art Club completed its steamboat-themed book box for the Little Free Library program. Senior Jenna Gilley, Art Club member ...
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Alex Grove '14, a sophomore mechanical engineering major at Purdue, spent his spring break in Cuba with a group of fellow Purdue Catholics on a mission trip with St. ...
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