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About High Point


To train students to become excellent citizens and leaders–as guardians of TRUTH, VIRTUE, and COURAGE–to preserve essential liberties and freedoms entrusted to them by God.


"We shepherd hearts to be guardians of TRUTH, VIRTUE, and COURAGE."

TRUTH: We teach that truth is objective, established by God and not subject to change based on circumstances, social consensus, or experiences.

VIRTUE: We build moral disciplines to prepare students to be honest, respectable, productive, and reliable citizens.

COURAGE: We shape character with conviction to equip students to be on the alert and stand firm during challenging times, choosing what is right over what is convenient.



For the first time in American history, the majority of graduating seniors identify as socialists - the inevitable result of the secular humanism that has defined education since the Bible was removed from the classroom. Without the Bible, there is no objective truth. "Truth" exists in a person autonomously. Therefore, truth is subjective and convictions are fluid. 

That's why today's students need more than an education, and it is not our intention that our students merely preserve their conservative biblical convictions. It is our desire that they be equipped to defend and protect them.


“The only foundation for a useful education in a republic is to be laid in religion. Without this, there can be no virtue, and without virtue, there can be no liberty, and liberty is the object and life of all republican governments.”

-Benjamin Rush


“To instruct, to advise, to qualify those, who have been restored to freedom, for the exercise and enjoyment of civil liberty, to promote in them habits of industry, to furnish them with employments suited to their age, sex, talents, and other circumstances, and to procure their children an education calculated for their future situation in life; these are the great outlines of the annexed plan, which we have adopted, and which we conceive will essentially promote the public good, and the happiness of these our hitherto too much neglected fellow-creatures” (Benjamin Franklin).

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