Patrick Henry College teams competed with courage, skill, and determination at the AMCA Moot Court National Championship this past weekend, achieving notable results in the process. Congratulations...Read More
The following article has been written by civic debate coach Ryan McDonald, an adjunct professor of government at Patrick Henry College.
PHC teams shut out the competition, including...Read More
The following article was authored by Kyle Ziemnick, a former PHC Mock Trial competitor and coach, and Emma Perley, the editor of our student newspaper, The Herald.
Through 12 national...Read More
Two Patrick Henry College students took home first and second place as part of teams participating at the 2021 Transatlantic Dialogues for Future Leaders!
Patrick Henry College students continue to...Read More
To be a good Model United Nations (MUN) competitor you need a handful of things: charisma, a couple dozen cups of coffee, and the undying drive to get on as many policy resolutions as possible. A...Read More
At PHC, we believe that God calls Christians to serve in all areas of social and public life, including law and government. By training leaders to reason and communicate effectively, PHC empowers...Read More
When Caleb Knox, a freshman at Patrick Henry College, first heard about the “Under 30 Speech Competition” hosted by the Centennial Institute and Turning Point USA, he mostly expected to...Read More
During their time at Patrick Henry College, Shane and Ashlyn Roberts spent years coaching, competing, and winning both PHC Mock Trial and Moot Court. Now at the George Washington School of Law, the...Read More
Four students traveled to Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles two weeks ago to compete in the Lafayette West Civic Debate event. Bethany Loos, Emma Shipe, Emma Palmberg, and Julianne Kidd...Read More