Providence Academy is a ministry of the Commerce Center for Christian Education (CCCE). The CCCE began operation in September of 1982. Our original mission was to provide Biblical studies and religious education courses to public high school in Commerce as a “Release Time” ministry. Students from Commerce High School would attend classes at the Christian Education Center during the school day. These courses were structured as academic courses and students earned units of credit at the public school for successfully completing each course. The courses were elective in nature and parents were required to sign a letter of approval in order for a student to enroll in a Christian Education class. Providence Academy is a Ministry of the Commerce Center for Christian Education. We are a nonprofit educational ministry incorporated as a organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Service and the state of Georgia. We employ a staff of qualified teachers and utilize curriculum materials well known in the Christian education community. In 2001 we received accreditation from the Accrediting Commission of Independent Study, a commission recognized by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. In 2005 the ACIS merged with the Georgia Accrediting Commission. Our purpose is to provide high quality Christian education that leads to the building up of the Kingdom of God. Unique Blended High School Approach utilizing online education with the benefits of a regular classroom meeting.K4-5- Small class sizes utilizing the Abeka Curriculum to ensure a solid educational and Biblical foundation.6-8 grades- Small Class sizes utilizing the Bob Jones Curriculum to build upon prior eduational and Biblical foundations.Voted "Best Private School 2012" in Jackson County by the readers of the three local newspapers.We participate in the Georgia Private School Tax Credit program. (Ask for details).Graduates have gone on to college at such institutions as North Georgia College and State University, University of Hawaii, University of Georgia, Savannah College of Art and Design, North Georgia Technical College, Lanier Technical College, and Athens Technical College. Graduates have also gone on to serve proudly in the United States Military.EARLY REGISTRATION BEGINS APRIL 2, 2012
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