Providence Day exists to inspire in its students a passion for learning, a commitment to personal integrity, and a sense of social responsibility.
We aim to attract curious learners who take an active role in their educational journey in the classrooms, on the fields and courts, in the labs, through travel, and on various stages. We believe that we have an exceptional community here at Providence Day. A Place of Inspired Learning.
Our Admissions office would like to extend an opportunity for you to experience what we like to call “the Providence Day Way.” You are invited to participate in an Open House event where you will receive an overview of campus life and to schedule an individual appointment with one of our Admissions representatives when you can explore campus. We look forward to hearing about your child’s individual needs and accomplishments and having the opportunity to discuss what Providence Day has to offer as you plan educational goals for your family.
When reviewing applicants for entrance, the admissions committee tries to select students who will make a difference in our school community. In order to ensure a good match between the student and school, several factors, where applicable, are taken into consideration:
- academic aptitude and achievement as measured by the entrance examination;
- transcript of grades from previous school;
- teacher recommendations;
- participation in extracurricular activities;
- evidence of social-emotional maturity, initiative and responsibility.
First round acceptances are offered in early March and April of each year. Applications are then reviewed on a continuing basis for any remaining positions at each grade level.
International students interested in applying to Providence Day School should contact:
New Oasis International Education, Inc.
607 Herndon Parkway, Suite 210
Herndon, Virginia 20170 USA
Providence Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious beliefs, age, gender, national or ethnic origin, disability, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, physical education program, or other school-sponsored programs and activities, or in the hiring and terms of employment of faculty and staff.