Liberty Prep

Academics

Liberty Preparatory Christian Academy is dedicated to academic excellence in a Christ-honoring environment. Liberty Prep’s unique three-day-a-week on campus program allows students to spend a significantly greater amount of time with their parents who facilitate learning two days a week. With the leadership and instruction from quality teachers, Liberty Prep parents take a more hands-on role in meeting the academic, psychological, developmental, and spiritual needs of each child. As we partner with parents in meeting these needs, it is our goal that each child will be empowered to face the world with the hope and mind of Christ.

In order to pursue academic excellence and challenge our students to the best of their ability, we evaluate each curriculum against a formal set of criteria. Each chosen curriculum must:

  • Support our standards of high academic excellence by being consistent with that of the classical approach.
  • Support the philosophy of being experiential, or hands-on. The instruction must come alive and be more than just written words on a page.
  • Be biblically based or designed so that Christian elements can be integrated throughout.
  • Be parent-friendly. Given the model of our school, this is a significant consideration especially for the early grade levels where parents truly function as co-instructors. The curriculum must be organized so that the parent will not have to invest a large amount of time in becoming an expert on that particular curriculum.

Due the the academic rigor and the fast pace of our campus classroom instruction time, we are unable to enroll students with learning disabilities.  These students need one on one, specialized instruction that we are not currently in the position to provide for them.  All students must be able to complete all classroom work at their appropriate grade level (or above). 

Our goal is to instill a love of learning and to teach our students to think. John Gardner profoundly said, “We don’t even know what skills may be needed in the years ahead … We must train our young people in the fundamental fields of knowledge, and equip them to understand and cope with change. …We must give them the critical qualities of mind and durable qualities of character that will serve them in circumstances we cannot now even predict.”


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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