LEARNING
THAT INSPIRES

From what we study to how we think.
From books we read to pictures we paint.
From classes we take to discussions we have.
Learning at Liberty Classical Academy is different.

Pursuing Excellence with Joy and Faith

The Liberty family is made up of students, parents and teachers from diverse backgrounds. We integrate faith and learning, coming together in a spirit of joy, encouragement and dedication to pursue excellence.

Preschool

Learning Cleverly Disguised as Play

Our preschool classrooms are filled with activities that propel learning as students are having fun and socializing.

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Lower School

Building a Foundation

Our classrooms are energetic, joyful, creative, and focused. Kindergarten through grade 5 is the time to lay the building blocks for learning.

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Middle School

Independence Begins

Middle schoolers hunger to understand the world around them and find their own place in it. We provide tools for navigating this growing independence.

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Upper School

Where It All Comes Together

Upper school students gather, analyze, and synthesize information. Learning is a guided process that helps them arrive at original ideas.

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I had a student who was an excellent student. When I asked where she had gone to school, she told me Liberty.
I used to have her proof-read my papers because she was so good at writing!

-LOCAL COLLEGE PROFESSOR

Prepared for What's Next

Liberty students are ready for college and career in ways that few schools can boast...and the data proves it.

ACT reports that for the past five years, Liberty students have consistently outperformed their Minnesota peers. They've achieved college readiness benchmark scores across all categories tested by ACT (English, Math, Reading and Science).

A Proven Track Record

Liberty Students
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Minnesota Students
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Percentage of students meeting all 4 ACT College Readiness benchmarks (5 year average, 2012-2016)

An Investment that Pays Off

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Avg. College Scholarship

Average college scholarships awarded to Liberty grads. Last three graduating classes.

The Classical Model

Liberty students truly discover the world with our curriculum! They learn human history, from ancient to modern. They savor the best art, music and literature of each epoch. The science curriculum is taught in discrete subjects: life science, earth science, chemistry and physics. We present classic literature so students can examine the ideas of past generations. Older students use original sources whenever possible, learning to glean their own interpretation.

Classical education is not better because it's old. It’s better because it has been tested in the laboratory of time.

It connects learning with all of life.

"I do not want to go to any other school, except for Liberty, even if that school gives me my own personal
Lamborghini and a personal La-Z-Boy and a voice-activated hovering notebook and my own personal waiter."

-LIBERTY STUDENT

Curriculum

Liberty students truly discover the world with our curriculum! They learn human history, from ancient to modern. They savor the best art, music and literature of each epoch. The science curriculum is taught in discrete subjects: life science, earth science, chemistry and physics. We present classic literature so students can examine the ideas of past generations. Older students use original sources whenever possible, learning to glean their own interpretation.

Learning that flows out of Truth and points students toward it

Learning at Liberty Classical is more than a series of required courses meeting a state standard, it gives students a framework for thinking, a standard for living, and a context for leading.

“These students are coming out of high school with a level of critical thinking that most college students do not have. Their ability to synthesize and analyze information is incredible. The Senior Thesis is a clear testament to the superlative value of a Liberty education.”

—STEVEN ENDERLEIN, BETHEL UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR & LIBERTY CLASSICAL PARENT

Integration with Faith

Leaders offer little value without character. Liberty fosters courage, humility, compassion–and a powerful sense of purpose–in our students by walking them through Christian thought in every subject, every day.

Our faith is not taught alongside our curriculum. Our faith is the lens through which our students see and learn.

As C.S. Lewis said, “I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else. ”