Students from MIT, two Classical Christian colleges, one “Christian” college and one state school discuss their experience their first year after graduating. They answer questions like: Did you feel prepared from your K-12 classical Christian School? Knowing what you know now, what questions should one ask when evaluating a college to attend? What has been the most challenging part of going into “the real world? What advantages do you see now in having gone through a classical Christian school, especially the last four years of high school?
5 Graduates, 5 Colleges, 1 Year Later – Thoughts on K-12
Sep 5, 2018
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