"[P]eople who are to be free must be given an education that equips them for freedom. "Liberal" education, for the founders, was essential for "liberty" . . . The liberal arts stress content, the imitation of excellence, the pursuit of knowledge that is valuable in itself, and the exercise of the whole range of talents that God has given. The liberal arts curriculum is broad in scope, but its parts are integrated with each other, as student explore the connectedness of all the disciplines. . . Foundational to all of the classical liberal arts as studied at PHC is the Christian faith, which provides a framework and a unifying narrative for all of PHC's classes."
Click here to view the entire Christian Philosophy of Education.