In the March 1992 edition of Acts & Facts (Vol. 22, No. 3), a list was published of Christian creationist postsecondary schools* in America. The Institute for Creation Research no longer makes this list available, since there have been many changes in the past two decades and we do not know which of the schools continue to maintain a creationist stance, or even whether all of the listed educational institutions are still in existence.
We may publish an updated list in the future, but for those who are looking for a Christian college that is committed to the teaching of a literal six-day creation and the global Flood, we recommend that you examine each college's foundational principles in light of Dr. Henry Morris' article "The Tenets of Creationism" (July 1980, Acts & Facts, Vol. 9, No. 7).
* "Creationist schools" referred to those schools whose faculty members (with very few, if any, exceptions) taught in a framework of literal six-day creation and the worldwide cataclysmic flood of Noah's day, rejecting the so-called "geological ages" as used in modern evolutionary geology. No evaluation was suggested concerning the academic calibre of the schools or other aspects of their doctrinal positions.
Cite this article: No Author. 1992. Creationist Schools. Acts & Facts. 21 (3).