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Why We Do What We Do: Parent Teacher Conferences

November 8, 2018

Conferences deepen the relationship between Liberty and parents. Conferences are a chance to bring education and family together to build lives that inspire.

Why This Liberty Dad is Going to the Education in Society Event with Mitch Pearlstein

November 1, 2018

When Dr. Pearlstein began to share about what his talk was going to entail, I was captured. When he talks about education, he’s talking about something more than schools, books, or classrooms.

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Congratulations to the Liberty Classical Academy Soccer Team!

October 25, 2018

Head coach Trey Thompson and the Liberty Classical Academy varsity soccer team have finished another impressively successful season, demonstrating a dominance that other teams strive for.

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Why We Do What We Do: College Visits Across the Country

October 18, 2018

Last year, some of our upper school students ventured to Washington D.C.

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More than a Classroom

October 11, 2018

There’s a lot more to Liberty Classical than what happens in the classrooms from 8 to 3 each day.

Anna Brooks

New Teacher Highlight: Anna Brooks

October 4, 2018

What we have with Mrs. Brooks is something unique among our faculty and staff.

A Volunteer Profile: Steve and Laura Slings

September 27, 2018

Our heart in this is simply to connect very real needs at our school with people in our community with very unique passions and abilities.

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Building Lives that Inspire – Volunteer Edition

September 20, 2018

At Liberty Classical, we rely on the hard work of our leadership, staff, and faculty in so many details of our school.

Grandparents Day 2017

Why We Do What We Do: The Liberty Classical Academy Body of Values

September 7, 2018

There is no standard that we hold to more seriously than our Body of Values.

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Making the New School Year a Better School Year

August 30, 2018

With all the running around, purchasing of school supplies, freshening up of wardrobes, we sometimes get lost in the “Getting it all done” and we forget to really prepare our families for what the days ahead will look like.

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