Providence High School Offers Exciting New Robotics Courses


The new school year is off to a great start at Providence High School.

Providence High School was established in 1955 by the Sisters of Providence with the goal of developing students to their full potential and providing them with an excellent college preparatory education.

Our Catholic tradition is an integral component to inspiring faith-filled leaders. The Religious Studies Department provides opportunities for intellectual growth, personal reflection, prayer and service to the neighbor in need.

Nestled among Walt Disney Studios, NBC and Warner Bros, and located adjacent to Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, Providence High School boasts unique Focus Programs for students interested in pursuing careers within the media and medical fields.

New to the curriculum this year within the Information Science and Business Technology department is the Robotics I course which is an introduction into the world of robotics. Basic mechanics and electronics are covered in this course, leading to the building of a small remote controlled robot. Students will learn about real life applications in various industries, including the medical and media fields. A Robotics II course is also offered and it continues with the study of the world of robotics, focusing on object detection, vision, touch and sound, robot programming, robot safety, communications, applications, and artificial intelligence.

Additionally, Providence High School offers Advanced Placement courses, a successful athletics program, a thriving visual and performing arts department, and numerous co-curricular activities.

Experience firsthand all that Providence High School has to offer during “Providence in Action” on Saturday, Oct. 16 and take a tour of the campus during the annual Open House on Sunday, Nov. 7 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

For more information about Providence High School, please call (818) 846-8141 or visit

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