The mission of the Providence Country Day School is to inspire lives of engaged citizenship in a diverse community of students in grades 5-12. By meeting high standards for academic achievement, ethical behavior and community participation, PCD students grow with confidence and prepare for a lifetime of learning and leadership. Individual commitment and active participation are the personal contributions that open doors to confidence and competence. Growth is the triumphant result of surpassing ones own expectations. Diversity is the wealth of our community. When we embrace the many perspectives among us, we are enriched with an increased cultural awareness and sense of belonging. Our educational program balances rigorous academics, visual and performing arts, and competitive athletics. Our mission and values are upheld by a faculty distinguished by academic excellence and deep personal commitment.
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Student Teacher Ratio
6 : 1
61% Male / 39% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
Associations & Memberships
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
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