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The coronavirus pandemic has affected nearly every aspect of our lives, and schools especially have been upset. For students searching for colleges to attend in the fall of 2021, the pandemic has made an already difficult process even harder. In order to plan for college in a COVID-19 world, it’s.
Most colleges, including Sattler College, require students to submit scores from a standardized test such as the SAT, ACT, or CLT. While your standardized test score is vital, it is not the only aspect the college admissions team considers when assessing your application. Admissions director Lesley.
As a freshman at Sattler, I took a four-credit seminar dedicated to exploring the classics—thinkers, playwrights, and poets of ancient Greece and Rome, such as Homer, Sophocles, Plato, and Aristotle. Sattler values history and requires all four-year students to take three semesters of Western.
Journey groups, which you can read about in an earlier post, are the heart of Sattler’s discipleship program. We’ve interviewed several Sattler students to get their perspectives on journey groups. Here’s what they told us:
1. Discipleship will encompass your entire Sattler experience. If you commit to a term at Sattler, you also commit to being a student of Jesus Christ. Discipleship is not just a buzzword here. We take studying the Word so seriously we require every student to learn Biblical Greek and Hebrew—a.