As a Classical School, one differs in our structure and curriculum – in both methods and content – as one seeks to give children the tools for learning. As a Christian School, classical schools teach all subjects from a Biblical perspective, integrating a Christian world and life view, rather than merely teaching Bible as a separate subject. A classical small class size, high caliber of teachers, and beautiful location are clear distinctions.
Michael Dewalt serves as a humanities teacher at Cair Paravel Latin School and Adjunct Professor at Faith Theological Seminary and Lancaster Bible College. His undergrad studies are from Word of Life Bible Institute and Clarks Summit University, and his graduate studies from Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary and Faith Theological Seminary. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and the American Society of Church History and winner of the Zwingli Prize Award at the Calvin500 Conference & Tour in 2009. Michael blogs here at Gospel-Centered Musings, has written numerous articles for Logo’s Calvin500, Place for Truth a voice of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, and Heritage Book Talk and is published in the Puritan Theological Journal. He and his wife Emily have been blessed with one son, Wyatt Cash.