The academic rigor is challenging, surpassing that of other ivy league schools like Harvard, Princeton, Yale, and Georgetown.
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Firm biblical foundation undergirds every class. The academic rigor is impressive but if you put your mind to it then it is very worth it. There is a God-honoring atmosphere that fosters excellence and the search for Truth.» Read More
Patrick Henry College is a very unique college experience, that I doubt you can find anywhere else. The best aspects are the great community and the amazing professors, and the worst aspects are cliques and gossip, a large core curriculum, and an uptight administration. However, if you're looking for a career in government or law, you can expect excellent preparation at PHC.» Read More
The culture and environment at Patrick Henry College is unlike anything I have heard of or experienced at other colleges or universities. A small college still in its early years of operation, the majority of students there are bonded closely to each other and to the college itself. Even those who are most attached to PHC realize that it is far from perfect, as are the people working at and attending the college, and no doubt there are students in attendance who would provide harsh criticism of the institution; however, most of the students report tremendous growth--spiritually, academically, and socially--during their years at PHC.» Read More
Patrick Henry is a small, close-knit and community-concerned school. Its high standards and tightly focused academic programs make it a really valuable education and a worthwhile challenge. The faculty are world-class but available and caring for all of their small classes.» Read More