Our School's Story
Providence Reformed Collegiate first opened its doors in September, 1997 to fifteen students. The school was located in the basement of a church on Glendon Drive in Komoka, Ontario.
These humble beginnings were the efforts of an association of like-minded parents who desired to see a distinctively Christian and Reformed high school – a covenantal school that was firmly rooted on the authority of Scripture. Our association has always sought a tight alignment between home, school, and church on the common foundation of Scripture, as summarized by the Reformed confessional standards known as the Three Forms of Unity and the Westminster Standards.
By 2002, the school had outgrown the church basement, and built a new facility right around the corner at 93 Queen Street in Komoka. Since then, the school has grown, and we now serve approximately 70 families with a school population of approximately 100 students. Our building was expanded in 2018 to add additional classrooms and a learning commons.
Today, our families come from a wide geographical area, with families coming from Aylmer, Chatham, Exeter, London, Mitchell, St. Thomas, Strathroy, Woodstock, and Wyoming.