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by AJ Hofstetter 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. A different perspective on this came to me from a preacher I’ve followed. He said that “unmerited or undeserved favor” is not really…
At Liberty Classical, we often find ourselves in conversations about perfectionism. These interactions, when they occur, tend to happen naturally.
To help you out as you get back into your routines at Liberty Classical, we have included some helpful links and resources for you.
Advice for parents with kids at new schools.
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,…
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…
Heather graduated from Liberty Classical in 2018. As she pursues her degree in Communications in Mankato, she had some thoughts for current Liberty Classical students.
We’ve consulted with the beautiful minds of our teachers and compiled a list of some books that we think you should encourage your kids to read this summer.
As we wrap up this school year, we want to remind you of a few things.
With the end of the school year just days away and a long, sunny, fun-filled 3 months ahead, it’s time to think about summer plans.