Why Christian Education?

Because Results Matter

Cardus Education recently published the result of a national survey that measured the results of Christian, Private, and Public education. They concluded that "Compared to their public school and non-religious private school peers; Christian school graduates are generous, outwardly-focused individuals who stabilize their communities by their uncommon commitment to their families, their churches, and larger society. Similarly, graduates of Christian schools are more generous with their time, participating far more than their peers both in service trips for relief and development and in mission trips for evangelization." Their findings also showed that graduates tend to be more thankful for what they have, feel better equipped to deal with problems, and experience a greater sense of direction in life.

Our graduates are a reflection of these findings. They excel in both academics and in their chosen careers. Over the past few years, 97% of our high school seniors have enrolled in two- or four-year colleges. The other three percent have joined the ministry or the U.S. Military after graduation.