Academics

The Future’s Looking Bright

Each year in October, Liberty Classical Academy sophomores and juniors take the PSAT test, a nationally standardized test designed to help students prepare for the college entrance SAT test.

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The News is Out: Cursive Writing Boosts Brain Development!

Recently, Minneapolis-St.Paul TV station KSTP ran a story on the advantages of teaching cursive writing in schools.  The news didn’t surprise us here at Liberty Classical Academy — we’ve been teaching cursive for years!  Studies show that cursive writing not only stimulates brain activity, but that papers written in cursive show more depth of thought.…

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History at LCA

History of Real People When many students think of history class, they imagine long lectures filled with meaningless dates and rote memorization of names and battles with little to no application to the real world. History does not have to be this way, and it’s a shame that so many students go through their formative educational…

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Dartmouth Not Accepting AP Credit

“The Gold Standard” – AP Advanced Placement (AP) courses have become commonplace in American high schools.  In AP’s own words, they have become, “the gold standard” in American education. But recently, colleges and universities across the country are beginning to question the academic rigor of AP courses, citing the fact that students who pass the…

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