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Articles About Christian Education
Why Christian Education Most Christian parents are familiar with Proverbs 22:6: “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old, he will not depart from it.” So, how exactly do we train up our children?
A Case for Christian Schools “The overall aim of Christian schools is to help students become citizens of the kingdom of God, responsive disciples of Jesus Christ.” —Harro Van Brummelen
Shaping a Worldview The issue of worldview is extremely important in Christian schooling: not just the development of a worldview but a focus on the development of a biblical or Christian worldview.
Christian School vs. Public School We know that there are many more questions and issues to consider, but hope that these four will bring some help as you consider your children, their lives, and their future.
Exploring the Differences: Christian Schools and Public Schools Born-again believers can fall on both sides of the debate on Christian education, just as they fall on both sides of many debates about the Faith.
Private School Students More Likely to Attend College Upon leaving high school, students have to decide whether to pursue a postsecondary credential or not. It turns out that students from different types of high schools tend to make different choices.
Individuals seeking financial assistance may explore the following organizations:
My Family Choice
WPAK-12 Education Scholarship Fund
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Janet Hughes, Executive Director