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A Great Start to an Odd Year

September 10, 2020

Obviously the days, weeks, and months leading up to the start of this school year had all of us a bit on the edge of our seats. What decisions would we make? What decisions would be made for us?  We were forced to make a series of decisions in the midst of a tidal wave of information,…

Meet Mr. Eric Woernle – Liberty Classical’s New Assistant Headmaster

September 3, 2020

By: AJ Hofstetter I had the privilege of sitting down with Eric Woernle, the new assistant headmaster of Liberty Classical Academy. The conversation started with a back and forth exchange about education, work, family, and the weather. Soon, it moved toward miracles and the works of God, and how God uses the most difficult things…

Making It a Fun, Full Summer

June 11, 2020

This was, perhaps, the most anti-climactic last day of school in our history…and maybe in human history. No water gun fights. No field day relays or bounce houses. No senior pranks. No end of year picnics or non-uniform days. The shelter-in-place order turned an obscure pre-spring-break Friday in March into the last day of school.…

Wrapping Up a Great – Somewhat Strange – Year

May 21, 2020

We did it! Sort of. We made it through the oddest of school years with all of its hurdles, missteps, and spontaneous adjustments along the way. We made it, some of us bruised and battered. Some of us numb from all the madness. We calibrated when we needed to calibrate. We upped our game and…

Andrew Grill Senior Thesis

Senior Thesis Nights

May 14, 2020

  Our seniors are beginning to see what they’re capable of. That’s one of our biggest reasons for the senior thesis at Liberty Classical. Our students have worked hard. They’ve learned to think critically and to communicate effectively. They’ve committed themselves to excellence and have produced something that few their age can claim. You can…

The Quarantine and Your Family

April 30, 2020

Mandated Togetherness & the Art of Doing Family -AJ Hofstetter My biggest victories over the Coronavirus quarantine haven’t come because of a blog I read (or wrote) of how to succeed during lockdown. I haven’t really taken anyone’s advice about how to make the most of this time. I don’t feel like I’ve had the…

5 Practical Helps for Trusting God in Quarantine

April 21, 2020

From: Mr. Brent Fischer 5 Practical Helps for Trusting God in Quarantine   O Joy, that seekest me through pain, I cannot close my heart to Thee; I trace the rainbow through the rain, And feel the promise is not vain That morn shall tearless be.   –George Matthewson, “O Love That Wilt Not Let…

A Liberty Student Spotlight: Bella Grill

April 16, 2020

Sitting Down with Bella Grill – Miss Minnesota’s Outstanding Teen We sat down (and by “sat down” we mean, sat behind our computer) to talk to (and by “talk to” we mean “email”) Bella Grill, a Liberty Classical Academy sophomore who, in midst of everything else going on in our state and country right now,…

Some Easter Thoughts in the Midst of Quarantine

April 9, 2020

The Other Side of the Last Supper by Andrew Hofstetter In Mark 14 (and elsewhere in Scripture), we read about how Jesus told a couple disciples to go on ahead and find a man carrying water. This man had an upper room prepared for the Passover meal. The circumstances unfolded just as Christ had said…

Trusting God’s Sovereignty in Quarantine

April 7, 2020

Classical and Quarantined

So adding to the constant changes of our new crazy Coronavirus world, we’ve started online-schooling here at Liberty. Meanwhile, we’re still a classical academy.

Here is where I would desperately like to tell you how those two things can go perfectly together. Better discussions? More work-time? Instead of grasping at straws, I’ll just be honest. I don’t know.

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