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Helping Our Kids Manage Expectations

October 3, 2019

From schoolwork to family relationships, sports, activities, jobs, the future, and their faith, how can we help our students manage the expectations on them?

Welcome to Liberty, Mrs. Elizabeth Nichols

October 10, 2019

Middle school is tough. It’s a wonder any of us survived it. Between the self-doubt, the ebb and flow of friendships, the questions of belonging and value, and the many perils of puberty, the experience is nuts.

Helping Our Students Navigate the Middle School Years

September 26, 2019

Middle school is tough. It’s a wonder any of us survived it. Between the self-doubt, the ebb and flow of friendships, the questions of belonging and value, and the many perils of puberty, the experience is nuts.

2019 Senior Retreat

September 19, 2019

One of the many things I love about teaching at Liberty is that we try to help our seniors turn their senior year into a year of service.

Grace in Parenting

September 12, 2019

Growing up in Christianity, I often heard “grace” defined as “unmerited favor.” It’s when we get things from God that we don’t deserve; things like forgiveness and eternal life.

Students, Academics, and the Problem with Perfectionism

September 4, 2019

At Liberty Classical, we often find ourselves in conversations about perfectionism. These interactions, when they occur, tend to happen naturally.

Lower School Speech Meet

Important Things to Know for the Start of the School Year

August 28, 2019

To help you out as you get back into your routines at Liberty Classical, we have included some helpful links and resources for you.

How you can make starting at a new school a positive experience for your child

August 16, 2019

Advice for parents with kids at new schools.

Brian Martinez: International Man of…Art 

August 8, 2019

Our middle and upper school coordinator and middle school history teacher, Brian Martinez, is constantly pouring into our students, giving them wisdom for life and advice for all kinds of situations they encounter. He lives life alongside them. He shares from his own experience…as a dad, as a Christian, as an adult, as a mentor,…

summer open house

An Educational System that Works

July 26, 2019

Educational Choices in the Twin Cities When it comes to education, the Twin Cities is full of options: public, private, parochial, online, home. Open enrollment gives families more options with public schools in their area. PSEO gives high schoolers a head start on college and gives parents a break on the ever-increasing costs of college…

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