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Spiritual Formation at Liberty Classical

April 8, 2021

What It Is. What It Isn’t. And What It’s Really About. by AJ Hofstetter Perhaps you’ve seen an email come through that introduced Mr. Brent Fisher’s role at our school, as our director of Spiritual Formation. Perhaps you’ve seen some of what he’s done or heard from your students about their interactions with him and…

Notes from our Headmaster

January 12, 2021

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.

Tidings of Comfort and Joy

December 17, 2020

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…

There’s Just Something About Being Together

December 10, 2020

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…

Something to Believe In

November 20, 2020

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…

Liberty, Veterans, and Love for Country

November 12, 2020

Woven within the language and foundation of Liberty Classical Academy is a core value that can be easily overlooked and often misunderstood, particularly in times like these.  Love of Country. These words aren’t about partisan politics. They aren’t about how you voted in the election or about what you think the role of government is.…

Susanne Horn – Lower School Leadership for Liberty Classical

November 5, 2020

by: AJ Hofstetter I had the privilege of sitting down with Susanne Horn, Liberty Classical’s Lower School Director. She’s new to the role but not new to the school. She sent all three of her kids to Liberty Classical. She taught 5th graders here for over a decade. In fact, it was not-so-long-ago that she…

A Letter from Mr. Woernle, our Assistant Headmaster

October 29, 2020

Dear Liberty Community, I often get asked what makes Liberty Classical Academy different from other Christian Schools and Private Schools in the Twin Cities. Even though we have excellent academics and indeed emphasize educational excellence as one of our Body of Values, I would like to consider some other distinctives since many other private schools…

Liberty Seniors and the Year Ahead: The Senior Retreat

October 22, 2020

Each fall, our seniors take a weekend to connect as a group and set the trajectory for their final year at Liberty Classical. The trip itself is designed to further develop the bond between the senior class, to work together to create a class goal and vision, to choose a class verse that will describe…

Lower School Speech Meet 2020

October 20, 2020

Find information regarding the 2020 Lower School Speech Meet!

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