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Do Christian Schools Produce Good Citizens?

Chicago Hope is very different from CPS. The most glaring is the 12 students per class at Hope versus an average of almost 30 at CPS.

Another significant difference is Hope’s focus on developing the spiritual side of each student. Hope has chapels, discipleship groups, service hours, and a missions trip. Faith is integrated in to all that goes on at Hope. But the question still remains, does a Christian school like Hope produce good citizens?

It’s an important question and one that is fully explored in this article from Christianity Today. READ THE FULL ARTICLE BY CLICKING HERE. It explores what really makes a private Christian education different and what kind of people are students become by the time they graduate.

In addition to reading the article, check out highlights of how Hope is integrating faith throughout the school experience…

The SPIRITUAL focus at Hope.


 

 

DG

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