Fox News reports that a small Christian college has a large home school population and is challenging liberal elite universities. The founder of an alternative SAT test said that the college is challenging “sanity” in education.
Fox News’ Jeremy Tate, founder and CEO of the Classic Learning Test said that there is a surplus of college-educated people. “There is a shortage of people who have the work ethic and integrity employers are looking for.”
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Tate, who was a college counselor in the past, stated that Patrick Henry College’s well-rounded graduate have stronger work ethics and are more disciplined than peers from traditional schools. Tate attributes their success to Patrick Henry College’s faith-based conservative college’s large homeschool population, on-campus device ban, and dress code for students.
Tate stated, “They’re forming youth in all the right places.” It’s a return of sanity. It’s a return of common sense.
Fox News spoke out about the PHC spokesperson’s commitment to academic rigor and lessons on the American founding as well as a biblical worldview. “PHC prepares its alumni to make an immediate and lasting impact for Christ and liberty.”
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According to the spokesperson for Patrick Henry, 75% were home chooling students at Patrick Henry. Tate’s company offers an alternative standardized test to SAT and ACT for college admission. He said that homeschool students who took the CLT exam outperformed their peers.
According to a Houston professor, home-schoolers scored an average score of 78 points. Charter school and private students scored 75 and 72, respectively, according the analysis of CLT Data between 2016 and 2021. The lowest average score was 66 for public school students.
Tate stated that home-schoolers can be “in some ways quite extraordinary.” “So when there is a concentration of them at one college, the college is able take that education and grow on it.”
Patrick Henry “is able to get students that are coming in the college with great bases, a great foundation,” said he. They’re able offer a deep program in core knowledge and deep in the humanities, where students graduate. And they’re killing the LSAT.
According to Patrick Henry’s spokesperson, 2021 graduating seniors who took the Law School Admission Test, (LSAT), scored 171 — which is the 98th percentile nationally. According to U.S. News & World Report, the average undergraduate score at top-rated colleges in America was 171 or more.
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Tate stated that students gravitate to schools like Patrick Henry due to its focus on classical education . He said that Patrick Henry is not a university that focuses on social justice or “woke” curricula, as many other universities do.
According to National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, nationwide college enrollment has dropped 4.2% since 2020. According to a spokesperson for Patrick Henry College, there has been a rise in applications since 2017.
Tate stated that some college rules are also key to its success.
Tate stated that students walk around campus without touching their devices. “You sit in a lecture hall at many large public universities, and most of the students are scrolling through TikTok or Instagram all the time.
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Students of Patrick Henry also follow , a dress code.
Tate stated, “You can compare that to a lot college campuses right now which it seems like every day is pajama day.” It really changes the culture.”
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Fox News reported that Tate said that one-third his staff is Patrick Henry alumni.
Tate stated, “I cannot hire enough of them.” “I believe employers want young people who are ethically-minded, hardworking and disciplined.”
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