Providence Hall is proud to present our inaugural football team for 2019. Thanks to the feedback from our wonderful student body and their parents, we are making football a reality for our school.
We are also excited to announce that our team will play our home games at Zions Bank Stadium, home of the USL Real Monarchs, just a couple miles down the road from our high school campus. For our first season, we will play an independent schedule with scheduled games at local teams, venues. We will take on Copper Hills on September 6th and Summit Academy September 13th.
We invite the public to our kick-off Red vs Blue game at 6:00 PM at our home stadium! After the game, we will be hosting our Inaugural Youth Football Camp UNDER THE LIGHTS on Wednesday, August 7th. Registration starts at 7:00 PM and camp will start immediately following at 7:30 PM. We invite all boys and girls from ages 5-12 to come and join us. For $25 per camper, you get a t-shirt, water bottle, wristband, player autograph session, camp instruction, and a Bubba ball!
Our student-athletes are dedicated both in the classroom and off. As the only K-12 International Baccalaureate Charter School in Utah, we are committed to helping students think critically, act responsibly, and communicate effectively. We believe that these principles help students in the classroom, on the court, and in their everyday life. Our smaller class sizes allow each student to get more individualized attention and each student can participate in more sports and other activities to develop their skills.
We cultivate excellence in all we do. Our mission is to guide, strengthen and support our student-athletes as they strive for excellence academically, athletically, and socially. Above all else, we develop graduates, community leaders, and lifelong friends of our program.
Head Coach – Cal Williams
Coach Cal Williams has been a high school and collegiate football coach for nine seasons,
including stops at Snow College, University of North Dakota, Rocky Mountain College, Davis
High School, and Spanish Fork High School. He has also most recently spent time in college athletics at Utah Valley University and Utah State University.
Cal has been proudly married to Brooke Williams for five years and they have one daughter, Gracie
Mae who recently celebrated her second birthday. They currently reside in Layton, Utah. Cal
comes from a football family, his father Craig Williams played offensive line for the University
of Northern Colorado, brother Parker Williams is a current starting offensive lineman at Dixie
State University, and brother-in-law Grayson Jackson played quarterback at Buena Vista
Cal attended Provo High School, and as a prep student-athlete participated in baseball, rugby,
and football. He was a three-year letter winner of the Speech and Debate team. Upon
graduation, he attended Utah State University, where as a member of the rugby team was
named co-captain his sophomore season before taking a role as a volunteer student assistant with the USU football program.
Cal comes to Providence Hall after spending the previous football season working with academics for the Utah State Football Program.
Cal has graduated with an MA from Gonzaga University in athletic administration.