Kindergarten is a big decision. It’s where children learn the rules of life and the foundations of learning. They learn social interaction. They learn boundaries and independence. They learn to practice, to fail, to try, and to succeed.
When Addy Dixon was asked to share her Winston Churchill speech at Eagle Brook Church last month, she didn’t flinch. She rarely flinches. That’s not because she’s super human. She’s not. She’s as human as anyone else. But she didn’t flinch. And if she was nervous, it didn’t show.
Happy New Year from Liberty Classical Academy!
In 2nd grade, she drew a picture and on it wrote, “When I grow up, I want to be a teacher because I like to watch the kids play in the gym.”
As a parent, I do not take for granted the educational environment that Liberty provides. But as a pastor, I am especially grateful for all that I have seen and experienced.
We’re glad to say that she’s joined us to help build something truly spectacular here at Liberty Classical Academy, especially within our Lower School.
Conferences deepen the relationship between Liberty and parents. Conferences are a chance to bring education and family together to build lives that inspire.
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.
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.
Last year, some of our upper school students ventured to Washington D.C.