College Prep

Perspective

At Central Christian, we are not only planning for college but for an entire life. We believe God has limitless power to shape our future and place students exactly where He can have the most influence in their lives. Our role is to partner with students and their parents to approach the college admission process with prayerfulness, enabling students to grow into responsible decision makers and discover God’s potential for them. We believe God will pave a trustworthy path for their college choices. Central Christian desires to prepare students to submit to God’s plan for their life, with joyful acceptance of His loving care for their future.

Current Facts

  • Central Christian graduated its first class in 1992. Over the years, we have seen our graduates reach significant and noteworthy destinations for higher education such as: Bucknell University, Cal Poly University, George Fox University, Gonzaga University, Loma Linda School of Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, University of Notre Dame, Westmont College, and Wheaton College.
  • To see the list of colleges to which students have been accepted, please see the College Acceptances page.
  • Over the last 3 years, the average SAT score was 1707 and the average ACT score was 27.
    Central Christian graduates can literally be found all around the globe serving as missionaries, doctors, nurses, teachers, engineers, musicians, and pastors just to name a few.

College Prep Resources

All About College
A comprehensive index of links to all 4 year colleges.

America’s Best Colleges
U.S. News and World Report

College Scholarships
Comprehensive list of scholarship sponsor links and deadlines.

College Board
The official site for the SAT test. Get test information, register, or practice for the SAT. Click here to visit their website.

American College Testing – ACT
The official site for the ACT test. Get test information, register, or practice for the ACT.Click here to visit their website.

Articles

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