New Christian High School in the Works

The Alliance for Christian Education will open a new Christian college-prep high school in September if all goes according to plans. The school has not yet secured a campus but does have a name (Providence Hall) and a headmaster (Ronald Grosh) lined up. Trustees include officials from Westmont College, as well as a representative from the Young Republicans and Reagan Ranch Foundation, pastors from the Word of Life and Harvest Christian churches, and Axia Corporation CEO Randal Clark.

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