Just an update the foundation completely closed in March owing over $20,000 to families.
Feb 14, 2014
Check out the financial information before sending your child here. Non profits are required by law to show the books upon your request. Asking for this information before you register your child will spare you from the surprise of requests for sizable donations during the year in order to keep the school open. At least you will be aware so you can make a fully informed decision. When my child attended this school, the school had the ability to attract high quality really exceptional people, but they also had an extremely high turnover ratio both during and at the end of the year each year.
We could not be happier with the faculty and staff at Providence. My son has thrived in this setting. He was behind his grade level by 3 years when we enrolled him. He is now performing at and slightly above his academic grade level. He has friends and enjoys going to school. This is the school for you if you are looking for a smaller class size, teachers and staff that are involved and dedicate to the growth of your child.
My son attended the Providence Academy School and I was so happy we made the decision to send him there. This organization truly has the best interests of the children at heart. My son has Aspergers Syndrome which means he has social issues and difficulty making friends but with the help and encouragement of members of staff he became more confident and now has wonderful friends. You never feel stupid or silly asking questions and parents are always welcomed into the school. This is a wonderful organization which is so needed these days more then ever with the increase in autism diagnosis and very little help from county or state. This is a place parents can go and find answers and help to questions they have been struggling to find the answers to.