Since PHC’s switch to remote instruction on March 17, students and faculty have had to get used to working from home and attending classes on Zoom. “Staying professional creates a culture of...Read More
It's April: the trees are blooming, the grass is green, and the flowers are budding at PHC. Every student has their own way of celebrating spring, whether it be by hanging out with friends or...Read More
Tackling academics, thriving in friendships and relationships, keeping up with family and friends at home, working a job, planning your career, ALL while seeking a relationship with God is not...Read More
Alumnus Christian Fernandez (’16) lives in Staunton, VA, two hours away from campus, and commutes every day to coach Mock Trial and serve as adjunct professor of Rhetoric & Composition and...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
It has become almost trite to see in the physical deterioration of the magnificent Medievalcathedrals of Europe giant metaphors for the collapse of Western Civilization, the Liberal Arts,...Read More
PHC students attend chapel five days of the week—corporate chapel in Town Hall every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and wing chapel led by each wing's RA every Tuesday and Thursday.