im a 16 year old Junior in high school. As a devout High Church Anglican, it saddens me to see that there is not a SINGLE good Anglican college. It seems like every denomination has a college, but not us.I wish I could attend a traditional Anglican college that provided a classical education. As no such college exists, I'm forced to look at classical Catholic and Evangelical colleges. Why couldn't the ACNA, the ACC or some other traditional Anglican group open up a classical Anglican college? I've never even heard the idea discussed. As of right now I have narrowed my college list to 3 schools. 1. Patrick Henry College( very conservative classical Evangelical school. Very good for law and politics. From what I hear, there are a good number of Anglican students at the college) the website is phc.edu 2. New St. Andrews College( classical Reformed college. They model their curriculum after 17th century Harvard) the website is nsa.edu 3. Thomas Aquinas College- classical, Great Books Catholic college. All classes are discussion based and use the Socratic method. Like the other 2, they read only the Great Books and use only primary source works. No lectures and no textbooks. The website is thomasaquinas.edu These are all good schools, but I really wish there was an Anglican college like this.