Faced with today’s licentious and relativistic society, many parents are considering alternative methods of educating their children. This work of non-fiction details the steps and missteps of a daring group of Catholic parents in South Carolina who chose to start their own diocesan-approved Catholic high school, rather than send their kids to public school. Paul A. Barra chronicles their obstacles, joys and heartaches – and conflicts with the local diocese, that lead to one of the most successful high schools in the United States.