While classical Christian education strives to equip students with the necessary skills to successfully perform their jobs, this model of education is chiefly interested in the character of the student, above their academic or job performances.
When push comes to shove, does the student tell the truth? Do they do the right thing, even if it's hard, and even if no one is looking? Does the student obey their conscience and God's Word before they relent to the various pressures of life that they will inevitably encounter?
This is the classical Christian educator's truest measure of success.
One of our grads recently demonstrated such integrity at her first engineering job, partly thanks, she notes, to the Christ-centered classrooms in which she was raised.
If you know of a CCE alum who likewise exercised integrity and discernment under pressure such as this grad's, send their story to email@example.com.