An interview with Jake and Rebekah Hall

Posted by Stephen Allen on 5/17/24 9:19 AM

Jake Hall graduated from PHC with a degree in Government in the Political Theory Track. His eyes were on public office. He desired to “lead the nation and shape the culture,” especially in defending...

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PHC's first piece of outdoor art

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 5/1/24 9:31 AM

A 600-pound, 6-foot-tall stone Armenian cross, known as a khatchkar, lies in a box on campus waiting to be erected on the far side of Lake Bob. “I would love for it to be up by commencement, but I’m...

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Walking with the Most High God

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 4/16/24 8:48 AM

The following devotional is an adaption of a message delivered by Professor Ed Waltz in chapel in February 2024. 

The theme that you have been studying this week and that I was given is, "God Most...

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Strings and Spring

Posted by Grace Plath on 4/3/24 9:19 AM

The PHC Music Department will partner with the Shall We Dance Society for the first time to put on a concert of swing music on April 6, 2024.

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Praising God together: a look at student-led nightly dorm worship

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 2/12/24 9:12 AM

Around 9 p.m. every night during the week, students cluster in each dorm lobby, voices raised in song and heads bowed in prayer. Although this tradition goes by several names—Hymn Sing, Psalm and a...

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8 ways you can prepare for PHC

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 2/6/24 10:03 AM

If you've decided to attend PHC, here are 8 things you can do to prepare while still in high school!

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PHC students involved in local churches

Posted by Trinity Klomparens on 1/16/24 9:35 AM

“Getting involved in a good church is vital to our spiritual growth. The Christian life is not meant to be a solo trek. It is meant to be walked alongside the church,” junior Esteban Weesner...

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Ministry in Colombia: witnessing the impact of Christianity on society

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 1/8/24 2:15 PM

Senior Christian Castro witnessed the impact of Christianity on society during his 5-week trip to Colombia this past summer. “It makes me think about something that Tocqueville says in Democracy in...

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A money-making job is not the aim of education: Why Katherine started a classical Christian school

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 1/4/24 9:13 AM

PHC alumna Katherine Kramer (CLA, ‘10) founded Alexandria Classical Christian Academy in Alexandria, Virginia, this past fall. Four of the teachers—over half the faculty—are also PHC alumni. PHC’s...

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4 reasons why PHC is among the top 13 conservative colleges

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 1/1/24 12:00 AM

College Cliffs recently listed PHC among the top 13 most conservative colleges in America, and here are four reasons why. We modeled our reasons off of criteria for a conservative college provided by...

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