Learning that flows out of Truth and points students toward it.
Learning at Liberty Classical Academy is more than a series of required courses meeting a state standard. It is a journey…a discovery of truth. It is a path to wisdom and self-leadership...to living a life that inspires.
Learning is Sequential
Our curriculum is designed according to an intentional sequence.
Everything our students learn builds off of what they just learned. We study history in the order it happened. Whether we are introducing students to art or philosophy, learning the basics of language or the complexities of human behavior, everything within our curriculum is done in order, according to its sequence.
Learning is Cumulative
Everything we study builds off of the previous material and curriculum.
Our students don’t formulate their own arguments until they understand the concepts of logic. They don’t learn the concepts of logic until they have built the foundation for learning and true knowledge. Everything builds upon what came before it…relying upon momentum and progress.
Learning is Integrated
Liberty students understand that subjects relate to one another.
The philosophies of a certain time period effect the events of that period. For instance, the views of God in certain periods of history have impacted the way that art is expressed from those periods. So whether studying art, philosophy, or science, Liberty Classical students learn within an integrated curriculum.
- Physical Education
- Bible: Old Testament, New Testament, World Religions, Apologetics
- Foreign Languages: Latin, Spanish, German
- History: Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, Modern, United States, Government & Law
- Mathematics: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Statistics
- Physical Education
- Rhetoric: Includes Junior and Senior Thesis
- Science: Earth Science and Biology, Chemistry and Physics with Labs
- Study Skills
- ACT/SAT Test Preparation
A Powerful Mind-Expander, Latin benefits students as it:
- Increases English vocabulary and enhances understanding of English grammar
- Teaches precision and analytical skills
- Provides a foundation for the study of other modern languages
- Exposes students to the terminology of science, law and theology
- Improves student performance on the verbal portion of ACTs/SATs
- Strengthens math skills
- Increases appreciation of Western civilization and its Greco-Roman roots.
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