Providence High School’s graduating class of 2014 continues a proud legacy begun by the pioneering Sisters of Providence. This year’s graduates are scholars, writers, and philosophers. They are musicians, artists, and students of healing. They are filmmakers, programmers, and compassionate citizens. They are, as always, Pioneers.
The Pioneers of 2014 are as talented as they are diverse. Graduates of Providence High School will continue their journeys in colleges and universities across the nation. Be it Cal Tech, Johns Hopkins, USC, UCLA, University of San Francisco, Boston College and throughout the California State and University of California systems, graduates of Providence High School carry the pioneering spirit of curiosity, compassion, ingenuity, and a sense of service with them.
Founded by the Sisters of Providence in 1955, Providence High School embodies their pioneering spirit, expanding and improving to keep pace with the demands of our changing world. At Providence, students receive a unique educational experience that encourages them to explore diverse interests to foster their intellectual, spiritual, and social development. The safe and stimulating atmosphere of Providence High School empowers our pioneers to chart their own course and challenge themselves.
Whether in our award-winning Media Focus Program, one-of-a-kind Medical Focus Program or the innovative Technology Focus Program, our students have gained hands-on experience that allows them to discover and delve into their passions and possible career paths.
We celebrate our graduates and their accomplishments as they journey into the next phase of their lives. Congratulations from the Providence High School Community!