Random Thought about Christian Education

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  1. Rebecca Toruno says:

    I wholeheartedly agree! I have taught in both the public and private sectors and I will tell you the private Christian education was far better, not just academically, but in preserving the innocence and virtue in my children. Can’t speak about charter schools, but the scarcity of materials during my experience made me come to this conclusion.

  2. I would add that the same thing applies to post-secondary education. Christian higher education can certainly be expensive, but is exceptionally valuable and worth the investment (and financial aid is often quite substantial). It seems to me that many Christian students are sent to public universities with warnings about science and lifestyle, but in reality it’s classes like English, history, sociology, and art that most clearly and intentionally do violence to a Christian worldview. Locally we have Trinity Western, and for a degree education which is Reformed, check out Providence Christian College near Los Angeles.

  3. cecile says:

    For those who are unable to send their children to a Christian school due to cost, there is a lot of support available for home schooling.