Effects of Classical Education
During the 1990s, families in about 100 communities across the United States started classical Christian schools with the goal of offering an education grounded in wisdom, virtue, and the very best that has been passed down to us through the ages.
The question almost thirty years later is: “How effective has this type of education been?” To find out the answer to this question, the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS) commissioned the University of Notre Dame to conduct a study. In this study, over 300 graduates of classical Christian schools were randomly selected and surveyed. The responses were then compared to those of graduates from other types of education (i.e. public, private prep, homeschooling, Evangelical Christian, and Catholic).
The graphs below display the results.