After I was accepted into PHC, my admissions counselor directed me to Dr. Stephen Hake, the literature professor. Hake had recently begun offering students the opportunity to be mentored by PHC...Read More
As summer ends, back-to-school sales begin, and class start-dates quickly approach, there can be a mixture of hesitancy and excitement in the air. For high school students, it’s the the beginning of...Read More
God has a completely unique vocational calling for your life—do you know what it is? One of the rich benefits of the classical liberal arts program at PHC is its ability to guide students in their...Read More
Could it be that a loss of meaningful connections is spreading like a pandemic? A feeling of loneliness is increasing among Americans; particularly hard-hit are young adults including students on...Read More
Are you preparing for the transition from high school to college, but wonder if you have the academic chops to be successful? Have you been thinking that the demands of college course loads would...Read More
**Note** Patrick Henry College does not officially endorse the following movie selections or the worldviews they represent.
When a film adaptation of a classic book arrives in theaters, people go to...Read More
You have turned in your resume, written a cover letter, and completed the interview, what is next? It is not time to sit down and wait, there is still one more opportunity!
Here a few tips to make...Read More
The interview is the most important part of the job application. While it gives you a chance to shine, it also gives the interviewer insights into you, your work ethic, and how well you would fit...Read More
Covers letters, though intimidating and often hard to begin, are an important addition to the resume. While your resume should certainly be tailored to the job for which you are applying, the cover...Read More