At Providence Hall, we firmly believe extracurricular activities and clubs should be available to enrich the education experience. As part of our mission to help students think critically, communicate effectively, and act responsibly, extracurricular activities give our students the opportunity to learn outside the classroom.
If your student is already a member of a club, dates and times for club meetings change frequently, so make sure your student listens to morning announcements for upcoming meetings!
We love the positive impact clubs have on our students. Actively participating in clubs and extracurricular activities gives opportunities for our students to:
We offer a variety of programs, from performing arts to student council, which provides each of our students unique learning opportunities and ways to gain valuable leadership skills.
Is your student interested in basketball, soccer, or other sports? Check out our wide variety of athletics available to our students as part of our sports and athletics programs.
If your student has a passion for music, we offer a wide range of performing arts. At Providence Hall, you can learn how to play an instrument or sing as part of a choir in one of our many performing arts programs, including:
Our students perform at assemblies, concerts, and sports events. They can then take what they’ve learned as they move into our high school extracurricular programs.
We have a student council that helps us organize activities and events. We love hosting activities by students for students, whether it’s an assembly or a dance to make their education fun! Learn more about our junior high student government and how your student can get involved.
Your student can listen to our announcements or check out our Facebook page to see what events and clubs are currently being held. We encourage our students to reach out and try something new. If your student has an idea for a club, we provide the opportunity for students to propose their own. Students can start a club with the help of a faculty sponsor and official approval. Your student can get started by picking up the Club Application and Guidelines Packets from the front office.
Providence Hall offers a unique International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) that is designed to provide our students with a wide variety of knowledge and skills to help make a positive impact in their community. Learn more about our enrollment process and how to enter our lottery.