The most important decision you will ever make is whether to enter a relationship with Jesus Christ, and the second is your choice of a lifelong mate. Because it will affect how you think and what you do as an adult, the third may be the college you choose.
Your choice of a college, Christian or non-Christian, will influence the way you interpret all of life. It will affect the way you look at yourself and at others with their needs, problems, and goals; the way you handle money, mistreatment by others, success and failure, tragedy and victory; your values for the next four years, as well as major decisions about your life’s direction.
Parents can be active participants in the college exploration and application process. You should visit campuses with your child and participate in programs offered by admissions officers. Other ways to be involved are by making certain your child has been thorough in his/her search, reviewing the admission and financial aid applications and offering guidance in their completion, making certain that tasks get completed and forms are submitted on time, and being the support and counselor when decisions are made.
God has a plan for your children, and selecting a college is one of life’s most important decisions. That decision not only represents a significant financial investment, but the choice influences so much of who your children become in all areas of life. We are here to assist you in any way and make the transition from high school to college as smooth as possible. We are excited about working with students during this time in their lives. Upper School students (and their parents) are encouraged to visit this page and its links often especially during their junior and senior years. If you have any questions, please contact our Headmaster