PHC’s new Global Studies and Service (GSS) program will off er students a semester of learning and service abroad. The program, which was announced by Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Mitchell in an...Read More
PHC's Lady Sentinels won their first game in 8 years on Monday.
"It shows the team, it shows our competitors, and it shows the school that we can compete," Assistant Coach Daniel Weitz said. Team...Read More
Set a reminder for Friday, December 6 at 7pm!
Lessons and Carols is a worship service commemorating the Christmas season by recounting the miracle of Christ. Chronologically traveling through the...Read More
When I was looking at colleges in high school, I knew I wanted to go to a small school. I visited a few larger schools, and they didn't appeal to me. I didn't like the idea of being just a number...Read More
Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Mark Mitchell shared a Washington Post article titled "The world’s top economists just made the case for why we still need English majors" with students this week....Read More
Virginia is home to some of the richest histories and oldest American landmarks. Tourists come from all over to see the picturesque leaves and rolling hills. Any time spent in The Old Dominion...Read More
Dr. Favelo exhorted students of history to return to a "High Telos" understanding of the discipline, one in pursuit of the Good, True, and Beautiful.Read More
Some students come to school feeling perfectly prepared. Others arrive totally overwhelmed. But both types are in for a couple of surprises, because college is not always what you expect—and you...Read More