Liberty students are fortunate to be led by professional-classroom instructors who are all in one place together and dedicated to a patriotic vocation of educating young Americans.
Along their journey to graduation, all Liberty scholars become acquainted with the ancient Greek teacher Socrates who famously urged his students to “know thyself.”
LCS students are guardians of America’s cultural literacy. Does such a larger-than-life declaration seem far-fetched? I don’t think so.
Owing to Dr. E.D. Hirsch, Liberty Common School students read and communicate far better than most, according to a recent study by researchers at the University of Virginia.
For Liberty students, a verdant pasture of phonics is the natural strategy for enriching language and literacy.
Liberty students, parents, grandparents, and friends have one last “Liberty Lecture” to take in for the school year. The title of the talk being presented on Monday at 6:30PM in the LCHS Great Hall is Postmodernist Art: “The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly.”
LCS seniors spent Wednesday at the State Capitol observing the General Assembly in action and interacting with lawmakers, lobbyists, and legislative staffers.
Many Liberty students, especially upon heading into a three-day weekend of chocolate and marshmallows, may be giving thought to Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, the scientific name for yeast which literally means “sugar-eating fungus.”
Liberty students are taught the importance of political engagement in the intricacies of government. Next Tuesday, a delegation of our top student leaders will spend a day at the State Capitol with LCHS economics instructor and Athletic Director Mr. Chris Reynolds and me.
Liberty students at the Plato campus, on Monday morning, will hear from the school’s first Headmaster Dr. Katheryn Knox. She’ll be the keynote speaker at this month’s character-education assembly there.
Within hours, Liberty students will dash into an exhilarating 2023 Spring Break. Everyone in the school – instructors, support staff, administrators, too – join students in hyped expectations of nine consecutive, blissful days of no school.
Northern Colorado parents are showing high interest in enrolling kids at LCS next year. We conducted a public-information night last Monday and the room was packed.
Liberty Common School students are blessed to have wonderful parents. They’re busy, industrious, diligent, active; and, once a year, kind of disappointing. It’s just this one recurring thing that’s become my pet peeve.
Liberty students are blessed to be educated, at all levels, by loving, merciful adults. Last week, in all-faculty memos framing the upcoming Presidents’-Day holiday, our three principals jointly declared, “Liberty scholars deserve to understand the prerogative of mercy in the practice of justice sufficient to both be merciful, and to be shown mercy.”
Liberty students enjoy a day off next Friday 17 Feb allowing their beloved teachers to convene toward elevating professional knowledge and refining their classroom craft. For LCS educators, it’s a conquering act of dedication and love for our younger charges.