• Classical Acting in Action 2016

    Posted on May 13, 2016 by in Events

    Here are Liber Commonwealth’s 2016 Classical Actors. They did a great job editing the script down from 3 hours to 50 minutes, selecting costumes from our Liber closet, organizing themselves and memorizing their lines in 4 weeks!  Great job excellent youth!!

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  • Interested in a Quest?

    Posted on December 25, 2014 by in Articles

    This past year, one of our students wrote her final speech about how impactful her Quest Project had been in her life.   Are you wondering if you are ready to embark on Quest 1, 2 & 3?  If so, please watch this amazing testimonial speech.   She really nailed the benefits!  (Rachel chose this […]

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  • Shakespeare Showdown 2014

    Posted on November 12, 2014 by in Events, Upcoming Dates

    Just a reminder about how much fun we had!!  Dads and Moms, who is coming up with us this year on May 21-23 2015? Check out the Shakespeare-Showdown facebook page.  A video of Liber Academy bowing is on there.  Funny.  

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  • A Junior School Moment

    Posted on November 12, 2014 by in Articles

    Here are the Ten Boom’s in a Simulation about the Tribe of Levi and the lands of Israel’s inheritance.   Here are the DaVinci’s observing, exploring, asking and discovering with the Decagon.   And here is one of their Storyboards.   We are getting to know each other well and having a great time.  It […]

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  • Our Program

    Posted on July 5, 2013 by in Articles

    Here is a whole picture of our Scholar classes (Leadership Education Mentoring Institute ones) and the continuum which helps our Scholars gain certain skills and develop their God-given abilities to bring them towards their next steps in life.  One of the main Scholar skills we teach are the “Characteristics of a Scientist” which help us […]

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  • Common Myth’s About Education # 1

    Posted on June 4, 2013 by in Articles

    Myth – A good school’s primary goal should be to prepare a student early for the competitive world of specialization. Truth – We must resist the tendency to specialize too early because it is a form of “slavery.” A good school provides opportunities to learn through meaningful projects that teach a student to see the […]

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