Classical Christian education thrives in Wichita


WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — An increasing number of students in Wichita are attending Christian schools with an education model derived from Greek and Middle Ages philosophies along with a strong Christian worldview.

Four schools in Wichita using the model have reported enrollment growth since they opened in the last decade, which mirrors trends in the classical Christian movement across the country, The Wichita Eagle reported ( ).

The national Association of Classical Christian Schools had 10 schools when it was founded in 1993. It has since grown to 279 schools with 43,000...

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