Higher Education Courses and Consulting is an LLC formed in North Carolina that offers courses for homeschool families, tutoring sessions, and consulting services for private schools.


Bible, Leadership, and Math courses through Algebra 1 are offered for homeschool families who would like to partner with an experienced middle and high school educator in these areas.


You can sign-up online for available individual tutoring sessions. The cost is $30 per hour. I specialize in the following areas.

  • Middle School Math (Basic math, Pr-algebra, Algebra I)
  • High School Math (Tech Math, Math Fundamentals, Algebra I, Algebra II)
  • English and Writing


With experience in higher education enrollment, K-12 administration, the classroom in grade levels 6-12, and admissions in the online K-12 space, I offer consulting services to private Christian schools to help grow their enrollment and meet long-term strategic goals.

What are the highs and lows of Higher Education?

Higher Purpose

Education is connected to one’s worldview. For believers this means that faith and learning are not divided. As such, courses and services at Higher Education are carried out from the perspective that education is for the glory of God.

Higher Thinking

The greatest commandment is to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength. Have you ever thought about what it means to love the Lord with all your mind? Thinking well and seeking to carry out Christian education with the best our hearts, hands, and heads can offer is part of what makes Higher Education different in each area it offers services.

Lower Cost

The average cost of local Christian schools comes out to be approximately $700 per course. Higher Education is significantly less than this average. Likewise, tutoring rates and consulting fees are significantly less than competitors.

Be sure to browse the entire site for more information, check out the blog, and contact me today. I’d enjoy discussing the opportunity to partner with you.

Chris Dunn | (252) 245-1677 | cdunn@higher-ed.net