COVID-19 Response & Blended Learning

View our Re-Entry Plan brochure for more information on what Providence Classical School is doing to prepare for the 2020-2021 school year.

School Response to COVID-19:

Providence Classical School is committed to the health and safety of our students, families, and staff. In conjunction with this commitment, we will hold fast to our mission to train our students to impact their culture for Christ.  If we have to leave campus, learning will continue.

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Providence Classical School
COVID-19 Updates:

[5/21/2020 5:15PM] Update #9
PCS Re-Entry Plan 2020-2021

[5/12/2020 5:40PM] Update #8
Planning and Hiring

[5/6/2020 4:00PM] Update #7
Calendar Updates and Rainy Day Tuition Assistance

[4/17/2020 3:45PM] Update #6
Remote Learning Extended Through End of Year

[4/1/2020 2:30PM] Update #5
Remote Learning Extended Until May 4

[3/24/2020 5:20PM] Update #4
Stay Home, Work Safe Order

[3/16/2020 5:40PM] Update #3
Remote Education March 23-April 9

[3/12/2020 5:00PM] Update #2
PCS Extended Spring Break

[3/5/2020 6:00PM] Update #1
PCS COVID-19 Response Plan

Blended Learning

Providence students will begin the 2020-2021 academic year on campus with the expectation that specific health and safety procedures will be required. In the event that local authorities close schools or that individual students or classes must stay home due to COVID-19, students will transition to blended learning.

The blended learning model will utilize both synchronous (live) instruction and asynchronous (accessible anytime) instruction to achieve a healthy school/life balance and the exceptional education you have come to expect from Providence Classical School.

For more information on blended learning procedures, visit your student’s Microsoft Teams account (in the All Upper School or All Grammar School team).

Questions or Concerns?

View our Frequently Asked Questions for more information or email [email protected].


For your reference, we have included links to the following websites for more information on COVID-19 as well as best practices to limit the spread of the virus:

Texas Health and Human Services

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization