I got expelled from my last college (a public one) because of my mischief toward a professor, but I have overcome my mistakes and attitude and I want to make new friends. I am also not a fan of the professors from my last college.
If it is "goddamn" then *YES* I could understand that one because most Christians only want to see the separation of God and damnation, plus only God can judge, but EVEN THEN many Christians tend to take the notion of "swear words" too literally.
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This does not exactly fit with your question in the sense that you seem to be defining "a Christian school," i. e. one steeped in evangelical Protestantism. However, I attended the University of Detroit - a private Catholic Jesuit university and it was magnificent.
Made tons of friends - a number of whom I am still in touch with to this day and two of whose children are my godchildren - there were the usual fraternity and sorority parties (keg parties and all), dorm life was fantastic. (I lived on campus.) The professors were outstanding and there was tolerance for a wide range of views.
In fact, I happened to be home and attended a University event for almuni and some of the professors I knew then were still there - and remembered me. (Said one professor, "I remember, you were the one with the small handwriting who was interested in politics.") Now that is an amazing experience.
The school it sounds like you will be attending sounds to be a bit more in the evangelical fundamentalist tradition, so you may lose some of the traditional college experience - see also fraternity/sorority parties. However, if the school is compatible with your religious and moral values, then that should not prove to be too much of a problem.
As I say, a lot depends on what you want from your college experience. However, in terms of the straight up educational aspect of it, you are likely to be very pleased. Although I went to college in the 1980s - class of 1985, specifically - and there was not a lot of the "political correctness" that plagues the current college scene. (Also, incidentally, that plagued colleges in the 1960s and 70s - we've been here before.) So the times were different but there was still interesting intellectual debate and the professors were top of the line for the most part.
You are apt to have the same thing and as you will be attending a Christian school, you will be spared a lot of the dreary political correctness. That will make for far more interesting classes and a higher quality education overall.
So give it a try. If it does not quite fill the bill, you can always transfer. That said, on the whole, you have something to look forward to. Enjoy it. This will be some of the best years of your life if you know how to take advantage of the opportunity you have been given.