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At first I too wanted to go too a reasonably conservative school, but have since changed my mind because I want to be challenged more socially (I think in a Conservativish Christian school I would fit in almost too well).
You might consider the Torrey Honors Program at Biola. Based on our previous conversations, this would be an excellent match for your son.
All fine Christian schools with grossly disparate student bodies and academic reputations, if that's important.
Why are you so intent on keeping him close to home?
If you want the best academic, non-competitive atmosphere the Torrey program at Biola blows everyone away (Average GPA= 4.0 and average core SAT = just under 1400). Minimums for that program are 3.8 and 1800 combined SAT (MINIMUMS). There isn't a Christian university in the nation that can come close to that. It's everything you want for your son, but you're insisting on keeping him back east.