The Upper School at Providence Country Day (grades 9-12) encourages students to develop the tools they need to succeed in and out of the classroom.
With our small size, strong student-teacher relationships, and opportunity for students to participate in all aspects of school life, PCD creates personalized learning that is tailored for every student.
“The faculty group is so diverse that you can hear different points of view, and they’ll listen to you and allow you to express your ideas — that’s what they want you to do.”
- Caroline D., Freshman
Applying to PCD Upper School: Next Steps
Applying to PCD requires a completed application form, official school transcripts, an entrance exam, two teacher recommendations, an interview with a member of PCD’s Admissions Office team, and neuro-psychological or psycho-educational testing results (if applicable).
International applicants must also include the International Student Supplement form and results of the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language).
If you are interested in attending PCD, request more information below!
- How do we apply to PCD?
- Does PCD offer financial aid?
- What kind of student does PCD look for?
- What is PCD’s Upper School schedule like?
- What are PCD’s graduation requirements?
- How are students placed in 9th grade classes?
- What if I’m not an athlete?
- What teacher support is offered?
- What is The Learning Center?
- Can I choose my advisor and how long do I have them?
- What is PCD doing to encourage diversity, equity, and inclusion?
- What does PCD do to promote health and well-being?