The Charger Asset Management Board and Foundation Board began in 2018 and continue raising and allocating money in support of PD's mission to inspire in its students a sense of social responsibility.
Head of School
Dr. Glyn Cowlishaw brings to Providence Day more than 30 years of education experience. Prior to joining PDS in 2011, he had served as headmaster, teacher and coach at Pinewood Preparatory School, an independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school in Summerville, S.C.
During his tenure, he initiated and implemented a kindergarten through 12th grade curriculum, guided the school to its inaugural Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Accreditation, doubled enrollment, supervised the construction of a campus consisting of one construction project per year, and developed and fostered a culture of giving via annual and capital funds and endowment.
Dr. Cowlishaw began his teaching career in 1980 in the United Kingdom. He taught in high school and middle school and lectured in a college prior to entering the world of international education in 1986 with a teaching position in Kuwait. He taught kindergarten through 12th grade before taking a school administration role in 1988. He served as a high school principal in Cairo, Egypt from 1991 to 1995, before taking a graduate assistant position at the University of Bath.
In 2005, Dr. Cowlishaw received the Dr. Charles Aimar Educational Leadership Award from the South Carolina Independent School Association.
Dr. Cowlishaw earned his B.Ed. from the University of Reading (UK), his M.Ed. from the University of Leeds (UK), his Ed.S. from The Citadel (S.C.) and his Ed.D. from South Carolina State University.
He also served as a Visiting Fellow at the Klingenstein Center at Columbia University (N.Y.).
Returning to Mosack Athletic Center for the first ceremony in three years, the 163 members of the Class of 2022 celebrated their Commencement on Friday, May 27, 2022.
Five Providence Day School faculty members received teaching awards during divisional closing ceremonies in May. Congratulatinos to Leigh Cook, Michelle Garrity, Jennifer Haney, Alex Warber, and Patricia Whelan.