The Beat Goes On

Posted by on May 2, 2016 in Magazine/Newsletter
The Beat Goes On

Last spring we lost our two music teachers, Jordan Doolittle and Kandace Wartes. We felt joy for their new adventures and sorrow for our loss. Headmaster Ryan Evans wondered who could replace such great teachers and still maintain the quality of the program. He did not need to look far. God had already prepared someone […]

Joe Takes the Lead

Posted by on May 1, 2016 in Magazine/Newsletter
Joe Takes the Lead

  In the second half of the soccer match Providence lags by two. Three penalty cards have been issued and several boys splayed across the field. But Joe Moisant just stole the ball. “That’s right, Joey, dance with it!” shouts a fan. But this team wrestles more than dances. Joe keeps the ball close and […]

A Life Well Lived

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Magazine/Newsletter
A Life Well Lived

  Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God. -Corrie ten Boom   If I were to tell you of a Providence student who, despite dyslexia, gathered 100,000 followers for her online fan fiction, was the Communications Director for the Washington Legislative Youth Advisory Committee, scored in the top 3% on […]

What’s New at Providence

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Magazine/Newsletter
What’s New at Providence

  For Providence, the year 2014 is one of beginnings as we settle into our new building and spread our wings. The extra space has opened up possibilities not feasible in the old facility, and with happy tummies (classical music played at lunch), and stronger legs (from climbing our many stairs), we celebrate together and […]

A Walk and a Commission

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in Magazine/Newsletter
A Walk and a Commission

How does a street ministry begin? Perhaps as simply as with a short walk, a bottle of water, and a small kindness. For Doran Brown Mateik ‘06 it did. During her first quarter at Biola University in Los Angeles, Doran volunteered with homeless kids in a program called Say Yes! On the way from her […]

Coming Home

Posted by on Mar 10, 2014 in Magazine/Newsletter
Coming Home

In sixth grade someone placed the book Enemy Brothers in Mattie Butaud’s hands. She didn’t know how much she would love that book, or that she would read it over and over. Now, ten years later, she had returned home to Providence—to that same sixth grade classroom. This time, though, she was here in a […]

Soccer Team Back in State Playoffs

Posted by on Nov 20, 2012 in Magazine/Newsletter
Soccer Team Back in State Playoffs

In the halls of a small classical school in Lynnwood, there is more on some minds than jostling for locker space and Latin declensions. For yet another year, the high school boys’ soccer team has dared to dream, coupled hope with hard work, and fought their way to the final four of the State Tournament. Providence […]

A Soccer Club Born

Posted by on Apr 30, 2012 in Magazine/Newsletter
A Soccer Club Born

Back in the day when boys ran free, summer days were long and bikes took you everywhere you wanted to go, Hillwood Soccer Club was conceived. It began in 1969 with a robust group of 5th and 6th grade boys who somehow got it into their heads that they wanted to play soccer. The group […]