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This month I wanted to begin our conversation with a question, “how do we change culture?” Many of our peers may offer suggestions like politics and other such avenues. However, I would like to offer the proposition that one does it by narrative. Narrative shapes our opinions and beliefs. My friend and author S.D. Smith says, “I sincerely believe in the power of stories to shape our affections in a way nothing else can.”Read More
Liberty Classical Academy, now in it’s eighteenth year of operation, is often complimented for its academic, spiritual, and Biblically strong impact our students demonstrate both while at Liberty and after they graduate. While we can quantify some of this, recently a study was conducted by the Cardus Foundation (a nonprofit that studies the comparative effects of public schools and all forms of non-public schools) in conjunction with Notre Dame and the ACCS (Association of Classical Christian Schools—of which we are a member) which helps isolate the differences. The results were published in The Good Soil Report and distributed last year. This report is the strongest indicator yet of the powerful nature of classical Christian education across many distinct categories.Read More
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Christian education, when done right, is much more than adding a Bible to your stack of textbooks and a chapel to your schedule.
"I've been a homeschooling mom for 23 years and have taught 7 children.
This is the first time where I've looked at a school and thought, 'they are doing it way better than I am!'"
-PARENT OF 4 LIBERTY CLASSICAL STUDENTS
4 Minutes To Change Your Life
(or at least your view of education)
Our Headmaster, Rebekah Hagstrom, details the Liberty Classical distinction and why it's worth considering for you and your family.
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Last summer, after an intense several months pivoting to online learning in the spring and immediately turning attention to fall reopening plans, our administrative staff was mentally exhausted from the constant stress. In July, I reached out to a few other school leaders regarding COVID plans, and they were feeling the same way.Read More
Each Christmas is a little bit different, and each person sees it a little bit differently. Through the eyes of a child, the season is, of course, the most magical. Looking at it through the eyes of parents? Maybe slightly less magical and a little more frantic. Looking at it through the eyes of grandparents…Read More
Distance Learning Shows Some Cracks A handful of news stories over the past weeks have emerged pointing to the struggles students and administrators are having with distance learning. Some students are either nominally committed to their learning or checked-out altogether. Some students feel detached and disconnected. Sometimes, the problem is simply technical. A poor internet…Read More
Being Generous…when everything in you wants to go into survival mode. There’s this principle in relationships and in life that’s referred to as “acting in the opposite spirit.” It means that, rather than responding in kind to someone, you respond the opposite. If they’re speaking discouragement, you encourage. If they’re being negative, you speak words…Read More
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