Providence Heights Alpha School
Allison Park, Pennsylvania | Founded in 1926

Providence Heights Alpha School is a private, Catholic, coeducational school located on the 40-acre campus of the Sisters of Divine Providence. Since 1926, Alpha School has educated children to be independent thinkers, imaginative problem solvers, and caring, compassionate individuals. Voted one of the 25 most innovative Catholic schools in the country, Alpha School provides outstanding instruction in fundamental skills, while encouraging original thinking, intellectual curiosity, moral growth, and creative self-expression. With a student teacher ratio of 15:1, there is ample opportunity for individual attention and practical classroom experience.

Teaching and sharing the Catholic faith is an important part of Alpha's mission. The school fosters an environment in which faith and Christian values become a living and active part of each school day. Alpha School and the Sisters share a special relationship. Sisters are on the faculty, and students plan and participate in weekly liturgies in the Mother of Divine Providence chapel. Students are encouraged to incorporate acts of charity and social justice into their school and family life.