"Assessment data keeps pouring in that shows [our] students outperforming their peers in every category tested," a college provost writes. "On the ETS Proficiency Profile, a recognized and widely-used standardized test of academic proficiency in higher education, [our] students posted the highest average scores of all institutions that took the test. Those 261 schools taking the test included liberal arts colleges and large research, doctoral-granting universities. Among those taking that test, [our] academic performance is #1."
Not too shabby for a conservative Christian college where more than 80 percent of the students were homeschooled.