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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
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Return your rented books directly to eTechCampus – here’s how.
Athletic Director Mr. Doug Ternik announced that twelve Celtics will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
This Thursday, May 2 at 11:15 AM
5th Annual Green & White Hall of Fame dinner was held April 12.
Ashley received her BA in Illustration from Lewis University in December of 2019. This spring she competed in the Windows Fine Arts Contest.
Six Providence Catholic students joined students from across North America at the recent Student Augustinian Values Institute (SAVI) held in New Jersey.
Show runs through 4/14 – Get your tickets before they sell out!
Parents, join us and learn how to spot the signs of teen substance use and how to prevent drug and alcohol abuse. Free, but pre-registration is required.
School President Fr. John Merkelis, O.S.A., presided over the induction of 90 students into the school’s Augustinian Youth Ministry organization.
Parents, get all the facts about graduation, prom, baccalaureate mass and more!
For the 10th consecutive year, the $UPER CELTIC $WEEP$TAKE$ was SOLD OUT!
Thank you for helping us surpass our 100th Anniversary Capital Campaign $6 million dollar goal.
Class of 2019 NHS Inductees
Class of 2020 NHS Inductees
Dr. John Harper, Principal of Providence Catholic High School, is pleased to announce the school’s Third Quarter Honor Roll.
2018/2019 3rd Quarter Honor Roll – Hometowns
2018/2019 3rd Quarter Honor Roll – Jr. High
2018/2019 3rd Quarter Honor Roll – Parish
2018/2019 3rd Quarter Honor Roll – Last Name
The Providence Catholic High School Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 123 new members (115 Juniors and 8 Seniors).
Providence Catholic High School was named the Best Private High School in the Southwest Suburbs at the 2019 Southwest Choice Awards presented by 22nd Century Media.
Mrs. Pam Kettwig 5K Fun Run! Proceeds will go to establish a Scholarship Fund for students at Providence Catholic in Mrs. Kettwig’s Name
Sean credits the Celtic Learning Center staff for his success in high school and guiding him into the right path for his college education and career.
Principal Dr. John Harper announced Allison Brankin as the Class of 2019 Valedictorian and Alyssa LaBine as Salutatorian.
New club collecting items for cancer patients – read more here
Dr. John Harper, Principal of Providence Catholic High School announced the school’s “Students of the Month” for February.
The Counseling Department has compiled a list of quality programs.
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Dr. John Harper, Principal of Providence Catholic High School announced the school’s “Students of the Month” for January.
Athletic Director Mr. Doug Ternik announced seven student-athletes will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
19-20 at a Glance