"I started to realize that everyone around me was invested in giving me the foundation needed to be successful in life. I started to read on my own, I started to take more difficult classes, I began wrestling and working out and I started to form stronger relationships with the dorm faculty and teachers.
In what other school do you take a pre-calculus class with a doctorate of math and there are only nine other students in the class? Where else can you live in the dorm with a faculty member educated at Harvard literally helping every single night with your homework? … It’s important to provide some continuity of education … By my senior year at CFS, I had really done a 180, and become the person I was supposed to be.”
— Jonathan Harrar, Class of 2002, Captain in the U.S. Army and a defense attorney for the Judge Advocate General (JAG)