Ethan Paulk ’21 received the Gold Key Scholastic Art & Writing Award in the Short Story category for "How to Make Authentic Southern Cornbread."
News & Media
Below are stories and news items about Providence Day School and/or the PDS community that originated from the school or have appeared in various media outlets.
Two Middle School Advisee groups led by Providence Day School teachers Jim Cerbie and Josh Springer are making paracord bracelets for the military through Operation Gratitude.
Providence Day School proudly co-hosted the ninth annual Joined in Education (JIE) presentation featuring Jessica Lahey, author of the New York Times bestselling book The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed.
Providence Day School Assistant Teacher Alicia D. Wiliams received the 2020 Newbery Honor Book award for her debut book Genesis Begins Again.
Eleventh grader Kate Carlson won a Gold Key Scholastic Art award for her photograph "Reflection" and a Silver Key award for her photograph "Zig Zag," both taken on a National Geographic photographer trip to Tanzania.
Five Providence Day School students were named to this year's NC South Central District All-District Band.
Students of Service (SOS) is a group of dozens of student-centered service clubs under the social responsibility umbrella that work with area organizations to support community needs. Thousands of people and numerous non-profits across the city benefited from these student-led initiatives in the fall of 2019.
Providence Day School fourth grade students raised $4,650 to support The Lunch Project, an organization that powers community-run school lunch programs in Tanzania.
Providence Day School physics teacher Jennifer Haney recently became the first PD faculty member to complete the National Geographic Educator Certification program.
Providence Day School achieved LEED certification for the Academic Center as presented by the U.S. Green Building Council.
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