Register for the Make-Up Placement Test on December 14 or 17!
The Providence Catholic Students of the Month for November have been named!
Providence Catholic High School’s Hockey Team recently hosted a fundraiser for charity. The team sold game-worn jerseys from previous seasons to the Providence Catholic community.
This Saturday! 8:00 – 11:30 AM; please arrive by 7:45.
Pre-Register online now!
We’re looking forward to seeing you at our upcoming winter baseball camp! Details and online registration available at www.providencecatholic.org/PCHSBaseball.
Saturday 12/14 – Register now!
Please note the upcoming Spirit Shop hours:
Tues., 12/3, 2:40-3:30pm
Thurs., 12/5, 2:40-3:30pm
Tues., 12/10, 2:40-3:30pm
Thurs., 12/12, 2:40-3:30pm
Sat., 12/14, 8:30-10:30am
Tues., 12/17, 2:40-3:30pm
Have you read the latest Celtic Review? You can now browse the publication online!
Read all about these Celtics who are continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level!
Take a Stand to Cancer! Help us fill Blessing Bags – drive runs until Nov. 26
NEW LENOX (October 2019) – Dr. John Harper, Principal of Providence Catholic High School, is pleased to announce the school’s First Quarter Honor Roll. The honor roll includes two categories; first honors recipients must obtain a 3.51 – 4.00 G.P.A., whereas second honors students receive a 3.00 – 3.50 G.P.A.
Providence Catholic is proud to have so many young men and women achieve academic excellence. There are four ways to view the honor roll recipients; select the appropriate links below.
Read about these standout students!
2019-2020 First Quarter Honor Roll – Junior High
2019-2020 First Quarter Honor Roll – Last Name
2019-2020 First Quarter Honor Roll – Hometown
2019-2020 First Quarter Honor Roll – Parish
Show dates Nov 1-3 – Tickets on sale now!
Register your Junior High Team now – Deadline: Oct 25.
Congratulations to Ryan Hilty, Anna Santschi, Chris Cokinos & Madeleine McMaster! Read more…
Sponsored by AYM; Games & Treats for everyone! Read more.
Oct 3 seminar helped families prepare for college
Support the Junior Class! Order online; payment due this Tuesday/Wednesday
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Learn how to reduce high college costs with our very own Frank Palamasani
Credits PCHS community for his success – Read full article
Kickoff for the Homecoming game is noon on Saturday 9/28.
Varsity tonight at 6:00 PM; Sophs on Monday at 5:00 PM
Have fun Celtic Style! Register now!
Sept 23-28; Celebrate your Celtic Pride! See list of events, dress-down days and Friday schedule, as well as how to get dance tix.
Come be part of the fun at a Friday Night Football Game – RSVP now!
Final returns on Wednesday – get all the info here.
Learn about the potential consequences of alcohol & drug use.
Walk-in spots are available!
For Freshmen in the upcoming Class of 2024; read more and apply now
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Are you ready for the new school year? Check our Back to School Page for everything you need to know and do!
New Parents: don’t miss a meeting during Back to School Night
Keep up on the latest Back-to-School tasks and info!
Re-opens 8:00 AM on Monday, July 8.
Dr. John Harper, Principal of Providence Catholic High School, is pleased to announce the school’s Second Semester Honor Roll.
2019 Second Semester Honor Roll sorted by Hometowns
2019 Second Semester Honor Roll sorted by Parish
2019 Second Semester Honor Roll sorted by Jr. High
2019 Second Semester Honor Roll Sorted By Last Name
Using the tools he learned from his peers and mentors, he carved his career path for himself and found his way working in the Front office of the St. Louis Blues Professional Hockey Team.
Providence Catholic High School concluded its 100th Anniversary year by celebrating the Class of 2019 graduation on May 23 at the Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet.
Dr. John Harper, Principal at Providence Catholic High School announced that three students from the school will continue their Fine Arts careers at the collegiate level.
Shortened hours starting the week of 5/20/19
19-20 at a Glance