Why Wing Chapel?

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 4/23/19 9:39 PM

PHC students attend chapel five days of the weekcorporate chapel in Town Hall every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and wing chapel led by each wing's RA every Tuesday and Thursday.


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5 Ways to Prioritize Mental Health in College

Posted by Kara Brown on 4/23/19 9:34 PM

If you keep up with the recent news stories on the mental health of college students then you’ve frequently seen statistics on the rise of stress, anxiety, and depression. For parents about to...

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Why PHC Appeals to All Schooling Backgrounds

Posted by Susanna Hoffman on 4/23/19 9:29 PM

PHC is home to students from a variety of educational backgrounds, including private school, homeschool, and public school. How does PHC unify students with such diverse backgrounds?

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A Note to High School Students on Preparing For College

Posted by Susanna Hoffman on 4/15/19 11:49 AM

"The college years are heralded as a time to pursue academic excellence. 'This is what will determine your future!' your parents or relatives might say. And they’re right, but not in the way you’d...

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7 Apps to Help You Thrive in College

Posted by Kara Brown on 4/11/19 9:43 AM

Prepping for college can be daunting but using technology to help you along the way can be a lifesaver. Check out some of the apps Patrick Henry College students use to keep up on their...

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Inside the Classroom with Dr. Robert Spinney

Posted by Susanna Hoffman on 4/5/19 10:29 AM

US History I and II are hallmarks of PHC’s core curriculum. Dr. Robert Spinney, who has served PHC as Professor of History since 2004, challenges students both academically and ideologically....

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In the Classroom with Dr. Tracy McGrath

Posted by Kara Brown on 4/5/19 9:31 AM

Dr. Tracy McGrath usually commences her math classes by rapidly jotting something down on the white board and saying, “Okay, this is what we are talking about today." Meredith Monroe and her...

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Beyond Academic Excellence

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 4/4/19 11:17 AM

President Jack Haye often opens the semester with a speech to remind students that academic excellence means nothing without spiritual growth. "If you graduate from PHC with a 4.0 GPA but without...

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Counting on Accountability: The Benefits of Behavioral Standards

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 4/4/19 10:32 AM


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Inside an Internship: Esther Katz's Capitol Hill Experience

Posted by Susanna Hoffman on 3/28/19 11:24 AM

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