Statement of Faith
1. We believe in one God eternally existing in three persons, of one substance, power, and authority, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The whole universe was created by God from nothing for His own pleasure. He is rightfully sovereign and rules over all creation. He is entirely good and gracious, all-powerful, all knowing and all loving.
2. We believe that man was originally created in the image of God to enjoy fellowship with God and to have responsibility for the earth. God created male and female and He established marriage as a holy union between a man and a woman for the purposes of love, companionship, blessing, procreation, and family.
3. We believe that humanity was alienated from God by Adam’s sin and it is now man’s nature to be disobedient to God. However, man still bears God’s image and thus has dignity and worth. Nevertheless, man’s sin caused him to be separated from a life-giving relationship with God and utterly lost.
4. We believe that Jesus Christ was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, and that He is both fully God and fully man.
5. We believe that entrance into a state of fellowship with God is secured entirely by God’s grace through a person’s belief that Jesus Christ bore our sins in His sacrificial death, was bodily resurrected from the dead, and was glorified as Lord and Ruler of all creation.
6. We believe Jesus Christ is the head of “one holy catholic and apostolic Church,” the universal body of Christians. His authority is typically and practically expressed through local churches and through families.
7. We believe the Holy Spirit witnesses to Jesus Christ, convicts men of sin, regenerates them from spiritual death to spiritual life, and is responsible for continuing the work of Christ in believers. Christians are thus enabled by His indwelling presence to enjoy God and to grow in Christ-likeness.
8. We believe the 66 books of Holy Scripture as originally given are the complete Word of God, without error, divinely inspired, recorded by men, and are the supreme and final authority in faith and life.
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Our Core Values are foundational to the culture of Providence Christian Academy. The goal of our curriculum is the formation of the entire person including the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects. Learning, which proceeds from the heart, will connect our minds and our hands in relevant and relational work. These core values contain what is in the DNA of who we are and what we are about.
We practice Bible-integration across our entire curriculum. Our primary desire for each student is that they would come to know Christ and serve Him with their talents and gifts. We seek to be formed by God’s Word and interact within the parameters that it provides for us.
We believe that each child is a valued, unique, image-bearer of God with diverse gifts and talents with the capacity to do great things. Furthermore, each child deserves a plan that will enable him/her to reach their full potential in mind, body, and spirit, and we strive to provide the individual attention and necessary environment to reach that potential.
Leading through Service
We view ourselves as partners encompassing the family, the local church, and the local community in raising a generation of spiritual leaders and world-changers. Because we strive to reflect the love of God, we strive to restore relationships in our city, in our school, and in ourselves, in the name of Christ. Throughout the school year, there will be numerous opportunities to serve our peers and others inside and outside of school.
Striving for Excellence
At Providence, we cultivate curiosity and a love of learning in pursuit of academic excellence. By equipping students to think critically, we are encouraging students to be life-long learners. We strive to hold our students to high academic expectations - believing everyone has the ability to succeed.
Wisdom through Learning
We will interact with the world in light of God’s Word with intellectual humility and wonder. We value the exploration of ideas in learning and seek to create opportunities for students to build character and resilience. By connecting learning to practical applications in life, our students are prepared to face the challenges of a diverse world.
Making a Difference in FORT WORTH!
Employees at Providence don’t just inspire students- they create Christian leaders. We are a community of energized colleagues sharing the greatest work in the world- molding the next generation of leaders. It’s the diversity of those people and their ideas that inspires the excellence that runs through everything we do.
Providence Christian Academy is always looking for capable individuals who have a desire to see students grow in mind, body, and spirit.
Are you up for the challenge? If so, we invite you to apply to join the PCA family. To apply for an instructional faculty or non-instructional staff, please submit a resumé and cover letter to our leadership team at
Providence Christian Academy
865 East Ramsey Ave
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Applicants are required to sign a “belief statement” when applying for a job at PCA that includes agreeing to be a “Christian role-model” for our students. PCA is a Drug-Free Workplace. Criminal history background checks and drug tests are required of all employees.
PCA seeks to incorporate Christian values with educational, social, and professional life. As a community of both faith and learning, we strive to develop spiritual, intellectual, social, and personal growth. Qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, gender, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or disability.
CURRENT OPENINGS FOR THE 2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR
At what age does Providence Christian Academy begin enrolling students?
We begin enrolling students in the seventh grade. We will accept students in grades 8-12 provided we have space available.
How can I receive information about Providence Christian Academy?
There are several ways you can receive information about Providence:
What kind of test must my child take to be considered for admission?
Our assessment test is designed to make sure your child is placed in the proper class for them to be successful academically.
Does Providence Christian Academy have a wait pool?
At this time we do not, but we have been receiving a lot of inquiries from families in the area that are interested in being a part of Providence.
When/how will I know if my child has been admitted?
You will hear back from our admissions counselor within 2 weeks of all the necessary paperwork being submitted. You will hear one of three replies:
Does Providence have a religious affiliation?
Providence Christian Academy is not affiliated with a denomination. It does however adhere to Orthodox Christianity. You can find our statement of faith on our website.
What are the class sizes?
The average class size is 12 students. The number of students in a class is one of the strongest indicators of student success. We purposely keep our class size small so that each student can get the individualized attention and support they need throughout the school year.
What is tuition at PCA and does Providence offer financial assistance?
We believe an education at Providence is worth the investment you make as a family. We also believe that in our pursuit of excellence, we are called to ensure that this valuable education is affordable for any family who desires to partner with us. Our commitment is to make an excellent, Christ-centered education affordable for all families. We also believe that economic diversity within a school increases its educational value. We are committed to working with your family to ensure that your child’s education at PCA is valuable and affordable. You will find our tuition policy plan under the admissions tab.
Does Providence incorporate field trips into its curriculum?
Yes, but not in the traditional sense. Students at Providence regularly take part in “off campus learning experiences” that have been intentionally planned to integrate into the curriculum.
Does Providence have a band or a choir?
The arts provide an important opportunity to know God and share the talents that God has blessed our students with. These opportunities are dependent on the interest levels of our students. Our students have an important role in in shaping the arts experience at PCA.
How many AP classes does PCA offer?
PCA adopts AP classes when appropriate and advantageous for students. We also offer dual credit classes in partnership with local colleges.
Does PCA require uniforms?
PCA does not require uniforms but embraces a dress code that values modesty, professionalism, and the desire for serious learning
Do PCA students serve in the community?
We sure do! When we serve the community, we believe we are carrying out the mission of God by bringing reconciliation to our community. It is at the heart of who we are.
When does enrollment open?
Enrollment opens in the early spring every year for the following fall. You are welcome to contact our admissions office at time of the year to get more information about our school.
Does Providence prepare my child to get into college?
Our curriculum has been intentionally crafted to provide students with the rigor and diversity of study required to be successful in college. We also recognize that all students may not choose this path after high school, therefore, we also prepare students for direct entrance into the trades or workforce.
Where is PCA located?
Providence is located on the campus of Hope Farm in the historic South Fort Worth area. The address is 865 East Ramsey Ave, Fort Worth 76104.
What kind of academic programs are available at PCA?
PCA is a college preparatory school that offers a variety of classes and leadership opportunities that will prepare your child for life. Included in the curriculum is academic rigor, spiritual growth, and personal grow designed to equip your son/daughter for the challenges ahead.
What kind of co-curricular activities are available at Providence?
Participation in co-curricular activities is required at PCA. We believe that co-curricular activities are an integral part of the educational experience. These activities include, sports (football, basketball, and track), mission trips, fine arts, student leadership, and numerous clubs.
Is PCA affiliated with any organizations?
Providence is a member of the Association of Christian School International (ACSI). ACSI is the largest private school accreditation agency in the country.
What differentiates PCA from other educational institutions in the area?
A few reasons why Providence is an incredible school are:
How is the Bible integrated into the teaching at PCA?
The Bible is God’s inerrant word to us. In it we find truth about ourselves and the world around us. Therefore, as we study various subject matters, we see a common thread throughout the educational process; that is, that God’s truth is the foundation to how are to relate to one another and how we are to live.
Is there security on campus?
Campus security is a high priority for us.
- We have fencing surrounding the entire campus.
- Security cameras are located throughout the campus
Do you have a college counselor on staff?
We have full-time academic and college advisors for all our students. They are able to help you with upcoming decisions regarding post high school options.
Are teachers certified?
All of our teachers are degreed and certified. As important as that is, the thing that separates our teachers from other teachers is their willingness to do what is necessary to help them succeed in life.
Do you have a hot lunch program?
Yes we do. We provide a great meal every day with a couple of choices to choose from.