A survey examining the moral values and moral behaviors of high school graduates from Christian and public high schools was conducted. The survey focused on twelve moral issues, determining the attitude and practice of Christian students who had attended either Christian or public high schools. The hypothesis stated that there are no significant statistical differences between the moral values of Christian school graduates and public school graduates. T-tests were used to determine if any statistical differences of the means from the two groups exist. Implications of the findings for Christian educators are discussed.