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Welcome to Admissions!

We are delighted to share our community with you.  Providence Day School, founded in 1970, 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 that is a place of inspired learning. 
Our community is excited to meet you. We invite you to click here to schedule a campus tour with a member of our dedicated Admissions Team.  We are all eager to learn about your child's passions and help guide you on this important journey.

Experience the PD Campus

Campus Overview Video

Before you visit in person, please see our quick highlight video, and click below for an interactive, 360-degree virtual tour!

Take the virtual tour

Register for an upcoming Open House through your child's checklist. If you have not yet started the process, please fill out the Inquiry form below.

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PD At A Glance

8:1

Student faculty ratio

29

Class of '22 Scholar-Athletes have committed to play on the collegiate level

58

Number of PD educators who have earned a Global Educator Certificate

$15 million

Dollars of merit scholarships or academic honors

32%

Students of Color
Self-reported

28

Nominations for high school theatre Blumey Awards, including 2022 Best Supporting Actor winner

1

Only independent school in the nation with a Freedom School partnership 

Learn More About Our Curriculum

Lower School

Where the magic of learning begins.

Grades TK-5

Middle School

Forming a strong sense of identity and purpose.

Grades 6-8

Upper School

Developing critical thinkers and empathetic problem solvers.

Grades 9-12

Next Steps

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TK-K
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Grades 1-5
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Grades 6-12

Meet the Team

PD News

Providence Day hosts Anti-Defamation League

Trainers from the Washington, D.C. office of the international Anti-Defamation League (ADL) visited campus recently to provide training for about 40 PD faculty, staff, and administrators on how to recognize and deter anti-Semitism and bigotry of all forms within the school community.

PD Students Will Head to Oxford For Round Square Conference

Seven PD students are heading to Oxford, England and then Wales for the Round Square International Conference next week. With 1,500 delegates, it is the largest conference ever for Round Square, an internationally diverse network of 200 like-minded schools in 50 countries on six continents. 

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