Providence High School Continues to Provide Excellence in Education

Members of Providence High School’s yearbook staff, along with faculty member Mrs. Celeste Talley.

This year, we are proud to announce that members of Providence High School’s Class of 2010 were accepted to Yale, Stanford, NYU, USC (3), UC Berkeley (5), and UCLA (7), as well as other universities in California and across the nation. Congratulations to the class of 2010 for working hard to attain these great achievements!

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 fields of media and medicine.

The Visual and Performing Arts Department has grown tremendously with the addition of a new drama class facilitated by instructors from DiscoveryOnstage, which is a pre-professional theatre company. During this “0” period class, students learn acting, improv, movement, voice training, and more and are instructed by working actors and educators. This course meets the Cal State and UC requirement for Visual and Performing Arts. Providence’s Music Department has also experienced resurgence this year with the choirs winning prestigious awards at various competitions. This year’s annual spring concert was performed before a sold out crowd at the Colony Theater in Burbank for the first time.

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

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

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