Providence Academy Recognized by Architectural Publication
Providence Academy in Plymouth was recently named the most beautiful private high school in Minnesota by Architectural Digest. The school has a Georgian colonial style with huge columns and curved archways. Providence’s Performing Arts Center also draws a lot of attention with custom-made glass chandeliers and a ceiling illuminated by LED lighting.
The upper level of the school is home to an antiquities gallery. It features items from Rome, Egypt and Greece. In addition, a modern art studio will remind you of New York City with its wood beamed ceiling and brick walls.
Providence officials say they are honored to get the recognition.
“We wanted to create a building for the generations,” said Headmaster Todd Flanders. “It also to creates the impressions to families, and young people, that hey, you’ve got a human dignity that God created you, and architecture can reflect that in a powerful way.”
The school also recently upgraded its athletic facilities.