“Classical education” has stood the test of time. Reaching back 3000 years, to ancient Greece and Rome, the great Christian universities of Europe and early America shared a great vision—prepare every student to think like a Christian, live like a Christian, and lead like a Christian.
Why classical education? Because nothing will prepare you for success today better than the Christ-centered learning of yesterday.
Christ-centered education also means living what you learn in the real world, in a community of Christ-centered faculty, staff, and students who love God, and the world, and the Word. At John Witherspoon College, Christ really is the center of everything.
You might think that Latin and rhetoric, poetry, music, and the classic liberal arts, are relics of ancient times, irrelevant to anybody’s life today. But studies show that employers are looking for people like students at John Witherspoon College—who can think critically, solve problems, write clearly, speak persuasively; men and women of integrity, creativity, and a clear moral compass.