Providence Hall Is a High School with a Difference

At 3-year-old Providence Hall, the private high school’s aim is to produce graduates who can make a difference in their own lives, as well as in their community. “We are based on our historic Christian faith, as well as our classical heritage,” Headmaster David K. Winter said of the school, which calls itself a “strong, college-preparatory Christian” institution. … Winter, formerly the president of Westmont College, is headmaster. The academic dean is Tim Loomer. Future student enrollment is projected to be several hundred, when the school is at full capacity, Winter said. Tuition is set at $15,800 per year but, he emphasized, the school offers “considerable discounts for families that cannot pay.” more

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