Sloan Tuite ‘29 started bEST Beauty selling spa kits and homemade jewel soap at the Parents’ Association’s Holiday Market. In the future, she hopes to branch out into other beauty products such as lip gloss.
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.
Rishi Mishra '28 started Frostbite's Frozen Ice snow cone stand as a way to cool off after tennis and has learned a few things along the way. He recently spoke with Dr. James Edge about his business.
185 students representing 12 Charlotte-area schools participated in Providence Day School's second Hackathon on April 30, 2022.
The Providence Day School community filled multiple donation bins with obsolete E-waste during the second annual E-waste drive from April 19-22, 2022, coinciding with Earth Day on April 22. This year, the PD community collected 2,181 pounds of E-waste for a total of 5,376 pounds collected with our partner schools.
Providence Day School recently celebrated the induction of new members to the Cum Laude Society from the classes of 2022 and 2023. The Cum Laude Society is dedicated to honoring superior scholastic achievement in secondary schools with a motto of excellence, justice, and honor.
Since 2012, Providence Day School has partnered with Freedom School Partners, a Charlotte-based organization that provides summer literacy and enrichment programs for students in grades K-8 throughout Charlotte’s communities. Providence Day’s Freedom School program is a cross-divisional social responsibility initiative for our community and spans the entire year.
On Wednesday, April 6, Middle School students from Providence Day School led a Round Square Postcard conversation themed “Express Yourself! I AM…” with 70 participants from 13 schools in seven countries (India, USA, Pakistan, Perú, Colombia, France, and Argentina).
After a two-year pause, Providence Day School’s Middle and Upper School students in band, chorus, and orchestra once again participated in judged performances at North Carolina Music Educators Association Music Performance Adjudication (MPA) events and Carowinds Festival of Music.
In an interview with Invest: Glyn Cowlishaw, head of school at Providence Day School, talked about the future of education, how safety remains a priority for the school and how technology and virtual learning are shaping the future of education.
Providence Day School launched IDEAS@PD, a new school curriculum, pedagogical approach, and department that is set to occupy the newly renovated space in the Dickson-Hemby building in the fall of 2022.
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