Providence Day School Senior Joe Kerrigan has accepted a Jefferson Scholarship to attend University of Virginia, while Senior Rhea Bhagia has accepted a Morehead-Cain Scholarship to attend UNC Chapel Hill.
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Providence Day’s Freedom School Supply Drive has broken last year’s record.
PD 8th grader Lela Aragon-Rico serves as a global ambassador to the Prema Foundation in her native Colombia.
Upper schoolers in English teacher Christine Marshall's class embarked on a recent experiment to see what it's like to survive on less than $2 a day, a measure frequently evoked to describe the global poverty line.
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As I was thinking about today, I felt privileged to celebrate with Kathy, Rhea, and Sandra...and while it is so nice to be honored...I realized this day is not so much about us as it is a celebration of our PDS family. It's what sets us apart from other school communities. I believe that with my heart, because I've experienced it for the past 29 years. I'm so happy to see that with both our new, young faculty and our new, young parents...the PDS family tradition remains important! VICKY HOVIS - FORMER TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN TEACHER AT A RECEPTION HONORING FOUR RETIRING FACULTY, MAY
…Each of us has had a dense structure of support in place to look after us--to make sure we felt safe, happy, and optimistic. Whether we’ve always recognized it or not, we’ve each had unbelievably loving parents, devoted friends, and a network of incredible teachers at Providence Day that have combined to provide us with a support system that truly is. For that amazing privilege, we thank you parents, mentors, and teachers. CAMERON LOVE - CLASS OF 2014 VALEDICTORIAN IN HIS GRADUATION REMARKS, MAY 2014
I take some grief from folks because I post often about…Providence Day School. Here's why I keep doing it: A few weeks ago, at halftime at a basketball game, Reggie Clark, a former NFL player and Providence Day School alum’s jersey was retired. The students didn't know him--he graduated from PD before I was born, much less the students in attendance. But those students stood and began cheering his name because he's one of us -- a Charger. So, I'll keep posting about how proud I am to be part of the lifelong Charger community… COLBY ANDERSON ‘07 - FEBRUARY 2014 POST ON FACEBOOK
Since the first day I walked onto this campus, I have felt like a part of this family. Everyone is so helpful and encouraging. I think what I love most about this school is just that -- how we treat each other. The stereotype is that new kids are left out and lonely, and that was the exact opposite of how I felt as a new student here. I believe that is one of the most important qualities in a school, and it is one of our strongest. Community, school pride, and school spirit are other things at Providence Day that we excel in. CAMERON JONES - 9TH GRADE STUDENT IN HER STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE BID TO HER PEERS, MAY 2014