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Senior Spotlight: Ryan Grill

May 2, 2019

Ryan Grill, a Liberty senior and lifelong Liberty student, embodies the values that fuel our school.

Happy Easter from Liberty Classical Academy

April 20, 2019

At Liberty, we talk a lot about our values and goals, our high academic standards, the arts, and competition. But we couldn’t talk about any of it without Easter.

Mrs Horn Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year: A Well-Deserved Award

April 12, 2019

Mrs. Horn was recently nominated by Peyton, one of her students, for “Teacher of the Year” with local radio station, KTIS. The honor is given not only because of the way she teaches, but also because of the way she lives.

Mock Trial: A Firsthand Perspective from Coach and Teacher Kathy Smith

April 4, 2019

It is a game like no other, challenging the skills and abilities that can only be honed in the heat of the trial: overcoming fears, challenging peers, and giving a feeling of victory unlike any other!

Meet Emily Boog – Volunteer & Liberty Mom

March 28, 2019

If you haven’t met Emily Boog at Liberty, just give it time. You will.

The Scholarship Drive – For All of Us

March 21, 2019

At Liberty Classical, we are building our community with the scholarship drive.

Does Resisting Racial Equity Policies Make You a Racist?

February 28, 2019

Talking racial equity in education at Liberty Classical Academy.

The Liberty Classical Academy Scholarship Fund

February 21, 2019

Why do we do the Scholarship Drive?

Love. True Love: Learning at Liberty in the Context of Love

February 14, 2019

It’s Valentine’s Day. So in the midst of dinner reservations, flowers, and (for some of us) basketball games in Faribault, we thought it was a great time to revisit “Loving Relationships” as defined in our Body of Values.

Why I Booed a Group of 6th Grade Girls

February 7, 2019

I don’t want to raise my kids with the idea that winning doesn’t matter. It does matter, at least to our family it does. It doesn’t matter more than character or integrity, but it matters.

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