Providence Catholic High School (PCHS) is pleased to offer I-20s to international students who wish to experience a high quality, Catholic education in the United States. Providence Catholic is a Preferred Partner of Educatius International
, but accepts students through other international student agencies as well as private placements. International students must meet PCHS admissions requirements and register as a full-time student.
Students may be admitted with either an F1 or J1 Visa. Students may apply for admission to Providence Catholic from their home countries at grade 9 (freshman) or 10 (sophomore). International students transferring to Providence Catholic from another U.S. High School may be accepted as a 9th, 10th, or 11th grader.
English proficiency is required to attend PCHS. The following scores meet the minimum criterion.
TOEFL Junior Standard
|Minimum Required Score
A Providence Catholic education is designed to provide each student with a four-year college preparatory program. The Providence Catholic curriculum emphasizes excellence in theology, language arts, social science, mathematics, world language, the sciences, the arts, computer technology, physical education, and business. Providence Catholic graduates are expected to demonstrate mastery of many skills and disciplines.
- 36 Advanced Placement and Honors Courses
- 24.3 Average ACT Score
- 103 College Preparatory Courses
- 28 Clubs and Organizations
- 100% University Acceptance Rate
- Nearly $30 million in College Scholarships Awarded
- College counseling services to help with the university admissions process
- Cornell University
- Dartmouth College
- Drake University
- Fordham University
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- New York University
- Northwestern University
- Purdue University
- Stanford University
- Tulane University
- United States Naval Academy
- University of Alabama
- University of Chicago
- University of Illinois
- University of Michigan
- University of North Carolina
- University of Notre Dame
- University of Pennsylvania
- Washington University
… and many more
International students will meet regularly with an English as a Second Language instructor where they can receive additional instruction in English, get help with their homework, and receive assistance in understanding the class lessons. International students will also participate in discussions and activities to help orient them to American culture and encourage them to become more active participants in the high school experience.
Providence Catholic partners with Educatius International to match families and students who select Providence through Educatius. PCHS does not assist in identifying host families for privately placed students. Hosting a student has many rewards! Select the button below to learn more about becoming a host family.