At Liberty Classical, we’re building lives that experience what is true, good, and beautiful, and then are changed by it.
Liberty Classical Academy was recently blessed to have alumnus Justina Proue share about her life and activity since her 2009 graduation.
An Introduction to Liberty Classical’s Rebekah Hagstrom and Marc Durkin and their Radio Program “Education Nation”.
Cultural Engagement should be an integral part of our lives as Christ followers.
We want grandparents to feel proud when they see Liberty Classical’s influence in their grandchildren. That’s because from our very beginning, we’ve always believed that families are at the forefront of influencing and guiding their children.
Continuing the Dialogue about Technology and the Lives of our Kids Read part 1 of this series here. I recall a day in the woods behind my house in Delightful, Ohio – a town that sounds rather idyllic. But it was just a town…if that…really nothing more than a crossroads in the middle of…
Value number 4: Educational Excellence Thoughts from Headmaster, Rebekah Hagstrom Frustrated by the lack of highly academic Christian schools for our own children, my husband and I, along with several other people, founded Liberty to be both Christian and academically excellent. I firmly believed “As Christians we should be graduating the best educated students…
Those woods…the forts…the dirt mounds and cornfields, they were my playground. I was all but locked out of my house. And I was free to wander. Now there’s a new playground.
Liberty Classical Academy was recently blessed to have alumnus Andrew Grill share about his life and activity since his 2014 graduation.
Loving relationships are at the core of the Christian faith.