Providence Classical School

Providence Classical School

We are a private classical Christian school, PreK4-12th grade, located in Klein, Texas.

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The middle school years can be difficult. Students might feel awkward or unsure of themselves or worry that they won't fit in with their peers. They might feel like they need to change themselves to please others. What can parents do to help their children feel confident and secure in who God made them to be?

At Providence Classical School, Logic School students (7th & 8th grade) will find a great place to belong. First, students are guided by loving Christian faculty who mentor both the hearts and minds of those in their care. These teachers model their faith for students and spend time with them in gender-divided Homeroom classes training students how to love both themselves and one another with the love of Christ. Secondly, students are given both the time and space to spend quality time together throughout each school day. The brotherly (and sisterly) love shared by PCS students is a blessing to observe. Come see for yourself why PCS is a great place for students to belong. Visit our website and schedule a tour today!⁠

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 12/05/2023

Kinder fun on a brisk, beautiful morning! ☀️


This Meet Us Monday, we proudly feature one of our newest faculty members, Lisa Murphy, who teaches Geometry and Algebra 2. Lisa earned her bachelor's degree in mathematics and secondary education from Westminster College, then worked as a teacher in Pennsylvania before having children. Prior to coming to PCS, she taught middle and high school math for 18 years at private schools in The Woodlands. Lisa and her husband, Greg, have been married for 31 years and have five adult children -- Sean, Ryan, Brittany, Colin, and Megan -- and two dogs, Pepper and Molly. 💕

1. What do you like most about teaching at PCS?

Coming from another school to PCS has been like a breath of fresh air! PCS is a very special place like nothing I have ever experienced before. I have felt welcome from the first day I started here. Everyone here has been so kind and willing to help. The students are genuine; they work hard and expect to be challenged and engaged in class. The students want to talk to each other and to their teachers. I love that kids all eat together and enjoy each other's company. The best part about PCS has to be its people.

2. How do you like to spend your free time?

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family. My children are grown, and being able to schedule time together can be challenging. We try to do a Sunday evening dinner where whoever is around can come over, and we can catch up with what everyone is doing. My youngest daughter is a senior in college. She swims for UIW, and I love getting to watch her compete. I love the beach; sitting on the beach, listening to the waves, and reading a good book is the perfect way to spend the day.

3. In what setting do you feel closest to God and why?

I feel closest to God when I am at home praying or reading my bible or devotional. I believe this is because I am deliberately taking the time to build the relationship that God wants with us. I try to spend my quiet time with God in the mornings because I know as the day gets going, there will be many distractions. When I take the time in the mornings to pray, I feel closer to God, and I feel that I have a more positive attitude. I know that God is always with me, but when I am quiet, I definitely feel closer to Him.


First Sunday of Advent: HOPE
May your family be blessed with hope as we prepare our hearts for Christmas!

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 12/01/2023

Congratulations to this year's school Spelling Bee winner, 6th grader Connor Lucenay, who won in a tight showdown with 8th grader, Ethan Googer! Connor will go on to compete in the Houston Private School Regional Spelling Bee this spring, and Ethan will serve as his alternate. Also, well done to all of our grade-level spelling champs who competed in the school Spelling Bee! 🐝💪🧠

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/30/2023

This week, Sophomores held a formal debate over the moral justification for the American Revolution. Were the American Patriots justified in overthrowing their lawful government? These kinds of debates incorporate students’ study of logic and public speaking while motivating them to engage deeply with history. 🇺🇸


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At Providence Classical School, we seek to create a learning environment guided by what is True, Good, and Beautiful. Visit our campus, and you'll see this in every facet of a PCS education from our peaceful, orderly campus to the relationships between students and their teachers and peers. One area in which this is most apparent is in our exemplary fine arts programs. We have been blessed with an inspiring, light-filled art studio where children of all ages have an opportunity to learn art techniques and history and to explore various art media. Our talented art teachers use classical chants, poetry, songs, and more to build confident young artists who find joy in creating! Come see for yourself. Visit our website and schedule a tour today!

Photos from PCSBoosterClub's post 11/29/2023

Way to go Paladins!!! ⚽️🎉


This week for Meet Us Monday, we're pleased to introduce another of our talented new faculty members, Dr. Jack Gibson, who teaches Senior Humanities, Rhetoric II, and Speech & Debate. Dr. Gibson holds an extraordinary number of degrees from Biola University including a BA in biblical studies and history, an MDiv in pastoral studies, an MA in Christian apologetics, and a ThM in New Testament. He also earned his PhD in New Testament from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has 21 years of experience teaching a variety of subjects in Christian high schools, plus 15 years of experience as an adjunct college professor. Jack and his wife, Marilyn, have been married 25 years and have a daughter, Rebekah (age 10), and a Coton du Tulear dog named Izzy. Dr. Gibson loves travel and has led several student and adult tours to Europe and Israel. He has also published a book titled "Peter Between Jerusalem and Antioch."

1. Tell us about a person who has greatly impacted you.

My choir director, Doris Fry, had an immense influence on my life. She led the children’s choir at my church from kindergarten to sixth grade. She instilled in me a confidence of singing in public which translated well when I started my teaching career.

2. What Scripture is particularly meaningful to you and why?

My life verse is Ephesians 4:11-16. I believe I was divinely called to be a teacher (both in a school and church setting) with the specific purpose of training others to serve Christ as well as to provide a strong foundation of an understanding of His Gospel so that they can stand firm in a culture that is so influenced by falsehood.

3. What is something that most people don’t know about you?

I was voted "Most Likely to Have a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame" in high school. I was in every drama production. My favorite role was Seymour in "Little Shop of Horrors." I considered a career as a stage actor but did not believe it would be conducive to raising a family. I have since produced several student productions, my favorites being "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Miracle Worker."



We give thanks to God today for our students, faculty, staff, and families and hope you have a wonderful day filled with God's best blessings. Happy Thanksgiving!


We give thanks to God for our students, faculty, staff, and families and hope you have a wonderful break filled with God's best blessings. We'll see everyone back on campus on November 27. Happy Thanksgiving from your PCS family!⁠

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/15/2023

Kindergarten had their Thanksgiving feast today to finish up their unit study on Thanksgiving history and traditions. They loved having so many parents attend! Afterwards, Mrs. Schenk brought cookies from Montgomery Bakehouse for the kids to ice and decorate. Thank you! 🍂🦃🍁🍪

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/15/2023

Fourth graders are enjoying a Texas History field trip to Washington-on-the-Brazos, the birthplace of the Republic of Texas! This is where the Texas Declaration of Independence was adopted on March 2, 1836. What a privilege to have so many key places from Texas history located right in our own backyard!

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/15/2023

Today in Upper School Chapel, Mr. Halloran spoke to students and faculty on the discipline of study, teaching from Ezra 7:10 — “For Ezra had devoted himself to the study and observance of the Law of the Lord, and to teaching its decrees and laws in Israel.” 📖

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/15/2023

Mrs. Henry’s 8th grade Latin classes created these gorgeous illuminations of the Pater Noster, the Lord’s Prayer in Latin. What a beautiful way to express the most beautiful prayer! 🙏


High school students have a God-given desire to find their place in the world. They feel deeply and passionately about their beliefs and want to express themselves and their ideas, both inside and outside of the classroom. They yearn for opportunities to show they are independent and mature. This is the goal of the Rhetoric stage in classical Christian education at Providence -- to develop the next generation of leaders who are known for their character, knowledge, discernment, and communication.

At PCS, we understand how important it is for emerging young adults to be presented with a feast of ways in which they can honor God with their talents and personal expression. From choir, drama, and instrumental ensembles to photography, graphic design, computer science, and even Mock Trial, PCS students can choose courses that suit their unique wiring while training them for the future. On athletic and academic teams, they bring glory to God with their bodies and minds. They practice leading others on Student Council, in their Houses, and in National Honor Society. They impact their culture for Christ through Worship Team and service projects.

Providence Classical School is a nurturing and inspiring environment for teens to become exactly who God made them to be. Give your child an education that will benefit them for life and for eternity! To learn more, visit our website and schedule a tour today.

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/14/2023

In a twist on the “promposal,” Student Council invited teachers to chaperone the Rhetoric School Barn Dance today! 💃🕺

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/13/2023

Providence Logic School (7th & 8th grade) students had a high-flying good time at Altitude on Friday night! Thank you to Student Council and the evening's chaperones for making this event possible. Socials like this are just one way that PCS is a !


Happy Meet Us Monday! This week, we proudly feature our new Athletic Director, Melvin Roberts. Coach Roberts earned his degree from the University of St. Thomas where he led the men's basketball team in scoring in his first year. After college, he played semi-pro basketball for several years then shifted into private skills training for a variety of sports and ages, kids through professionals. He has since compiled an extensive coaching background, including coaching the Texas Elite, a local Special Olympics basketball team, to both state and national titles. In addition, he worked for nine years as a Lab Director at JKJ Pathology, providing administration, management, and marketing. We are thankful that God has brought Coach Roberts to PCS to serve as both our Athletic Director and Varsity Boys Head Basketball Coach. Melvin and his wife, Jessica, have three children, Sirr, Ryder, and Elizabeth, and two dogs. Their family has already become a treasured part of the PCS community, so get to know them if you haven't already had the chance!

1. What do you love most about working at Providence?

What I love most about PCS is the environment. The people and the atmosphere are very peaceful, loving, and supportive. I believe that the staff and community hold true to their faith as well as the values that PCS stands for.

2. How do you like to spend your free time?

Outside of spending time with my family, in my free time, I like to sleep, work out, read, and play music.

3. Tell us about a person who has greatly impacted you.

My grandfather, A.W. Jones, has been one of the greatest influences throughout my entire life. He served his community for more than 30 years. He was the first black man to serve as an Aldine ISD board member. He was also a community leader and public servant and was the recipient of numerous service awards. He was recognized for his work with those who were less fortunate and received the Jefferson Award from Channel 13, which honors Houstonians for their community service.


Today we honor and celebrate all military veterans who have served our country in war and in peace. Thank you for the sacrifices you and your family have made to protect our freedom. Happy Veterans Day!

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/10/2023

Third graders have enjoyed a Reading Vacation today! Can you imagine the bliss of an entire day to read and “camp out” together? 🤗 This is one of the many ways in which Providence teachers make reading fun! ❤️📚⛺️

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/10/2023

The Lady Paladins made PCS school history playing in the TAPPS State Championship FINAL FOUR yesterday!! 🏐🏅 Not only did our team tie for third place, but also sophomores Mia Crowley and Peytyn Pyle were named to the TAPPS All-State Tournament Team! We are beyond proud of these student-athletes and the grit and determination they’ve shown. 💙🏐🎉💛

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/09/2023

Thank you to Student Council for surprising students with popcorn and snacks at the Upper School watch party for the Varsity Volleyball State Final Four match this morning! 💙🏐🍿🥤🍫🎉💛


Retired PCS Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Ballantyne, visited campus this morning, and students rushed to greet her. It’s wonderful to see the genuine love and affection in our school family. Once a Paladin, always a Paladin! ❤️

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/09/2023

What happens when your Varsity Volleyball team is playing in the State Final Four at 10am on a Thursday? Upper School students get a reprieve from classes to watch the match live in the gym! Some of our students traveled to Waco to cheer on the team in person as well. Please be in prayer for our Lady Paladins! 💙🏐💛

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/08/2023

Thank you to everyone who joined us for this morning’s Veterans Day Chapel honoring those who have served in the United States military past and present. Our keynote speaker, PCS parent Judge Lincoln Goodwin, encouraged our students to show gratitude and fortitude. He shared the advice he received from American war hero and evangelist Louis Zamperini, “Be hardy.” 🇺🇸


The middle school years can be hard. Students are changing physically, emotionally, and intellectually at incredibly rapid rates. This can leave them unsure of who they are and where they fit. Friendships often change during this time, too, sometimes causing students to feel isolated and alone. What can parents do to help their children navigate these challenging middle years?⁠

At Providence Classical School, students enter Logic School (7th & 8th grade) with a built-in place to belong. First, in our beautiful Logic School building, students are provided with dedicated spaces and daily time to bond and fellowship. They eat, socialize, and "do life" together. Secondly, in the PCS House System, students are assigned to one of four Houses for the purposes of camaraderie, accountability, worship, and service. Older House members are partnered with younger ones for mentoring, increasing student confidence as they transition to high school. These are just two of the ways in which PCS is a great place for students to belong. To learn more, visit our website and schedule a tour today!⁠


For our first Meet Us Monday of the school year, we're pleased to re-introduce Upper School Latin teacher, Bonnie Rowe! Bonnie taught at Providence previously and has returned this fall to share her love of languages with our Latin I-IV students. Bonnie earned her bachelor's degree in British literature with a minor in journalism from Texas A&M Kingsville, followed much later by an M.Ed. in educational technology from Texas A&M College Station. In addition to her experience teaching Latin, she has worked with the Arts Education Program at the Creative Arts Center in Corpus Christi and taught as an adjunct English instructor in the Lone Star College system. She also founded the Legacy Arts Program offering instructional support for homeschool families in northwest Harris County for more than 20 years. Bonnie has been married to her husband, Johnny, for 48 years, and they have three children, 14 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren!

1. What do you like most about teaching at PCS?

I love the integrity of the faculty and administration. I love the obvious love for the Lord that permeates every aspect of the mission of this school.

2. How do you like to spend your free time?

I spend my time talking about the Lord, cooking, decorating, watching soccer, baseball, ballet, and volleyball, and helping my grands learn to write well.

3. Tell us about a person who has greatly impacted you.

Ingrid Faro, a speaker at the Lanier Chapel, was used by the Lord to open my eyes to what it means to be an image bearer of God.


The Lady Paladins are headed to the Final Four!!! PCS Varsity Volleyball won TAPPS Regionals in straight sets this evening. Come cheer them on this Thursday, November 9, at 10am in Waco! 💙🏐💛

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/03/2023

It’s everyone’s favorite day of the month — Chapel Buddy Lunch & Recess Day! 🤗 These precious relationships bring so much love and joy to our campus. Need a pick-me-up? Come to Chapel on the first Wednesday of every month and lunch on the first Friday to experience this PCS tradition in person. 💕

Photos from Providence Classical School's post 11/03/2023

Engaging the five primary senses helps preschool students grasp concepts being taught in class! This week, our Pre-K Paladins are learning the two sounds made by the letter I. They were presented with insects frozen into a block of ice and were asked to hypothesize what would happen if salt was sprinkled on the ice. “Can you hear the crackling after salt is put on the ice? What will food coloring do? Let’s estimate how many insects will be floating in the water by the end of the school day?” At PCS, means that ! 🧐🧊🐞🐜🦋🐝🪲🧊🤔💡


Do you ever wonder how Providence students memorize such lengthy passages of scripture? In this video, 6th grade students share an example of how they work together to hide God’s Word in their hearts! 📖❤️🙌

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Christ-Centered Academic Excellence

Providence Classical School is a distinctly Christian and Classical school established in 1999 in northwest Houston. Christian means we teach from a Biblical worldview and our curriculum is firmly rooted in God’s Word. We acknowledge God as the source and author of all truth and view all subjects through this lens. Classical means that we use the time-tested model of the trivium to employ the children’s God-given strengths across 3 stages of growth to help them learn. Young children in the Grammar phase enjoy memorizing, singing, and rhymes, so a solid foundation is laid in each subject of study at this age. Middle School students are curious and inquisitive, so we develop their ability to reason and discern truth in the Logic phase. And high-school students want to express themselves, so we teach them how to present their ideas in an articulate and winsome manner in the Rhetoric phase. The result is a PCS graduate who is a life-long learner and displays excellence in all they do. They know what they believe and why and can positively impact their culture for Christ.

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We give thanks to God today for our students, faculty, staff, and families and hope you have a wonderful day filled with...
Today we honor and celebrate all military veterans who have served our country in war and in peace. Thank you for the sa...
Do you ever wonder how Providence students memorize such lengthy passages of scripture? In this video, 6th grade student...
Motivating Paladin runners in the cold and rain sparks the Christmas spirit! 🥇🎄  #runnersrun #PaladinProud #psnq #PCSisF...
Please pray for our cross country runners as they travel to Waco for TAPPS State!!! 🎉   #PaladinProud #psnq #runnersrun ...
Outdoor play throughout the day is an important part of learning at Providence Classical School! Let’s strengthen those ...
⚾️💪🔥💧 Dunking Mr. Halloran at the 2023 Providence Classical School Hoedown & Cook-Off!  #PCSisFamily #PCSpaladins #Chris...
Third graders each studied a state and created a float or other portable display to present to their class and other Pro...
An important message from our Pre-K Paladins! 🧡💙#GoStros #PCSpaladins #fridayfunday #GrammarSchool #GreatPlaceToBegin #c...
First graders celebrated completing the classic PD Eastman book “Go, Dog. Go!” with a fantastic Hat Parade! 🐶👒🧢🎩🎓🪖⛑️🐶  #...
“Every day I will bless You, and I will praise Your name forever and ever.” Psalm 145:2  #HeartOfWorship #ChristAtTheCor...
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