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Providence Hall Merging With Santa Barbara Christian School


Providence Hall and Santa Barbara Christian School announced that effective 7/1 they are merging to become the first K-12 Christian school in town. The new entity will retain the campuses of the two exisitng institutions as a K-6 lower and 7-12 upper school. A new board will be formed and will include members from both of the former schools’ boards. The heads of the two schools, David O’Neill and Chris Rutz, have known each other since they both worked at Christian schools in Los Angeles.

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