The second semester of Key of Liberty is a study of the U.S. Constitution. You will read classic literature pertaining to the time and biographies of great early American leaders, then come together to discuss what you’ve read. You will study the Constitution in depth, rewriting it in your own words.
Vision: Allegiance to God, duty to country, greater understanding of self
Mission: Sense your personal call to greatness
Ability: How to build systems that promote freedom, time management
Skills: Find your voice through writing, speaking and analytical thinking
ARE THERE ANY PREREQUISITES?
Key of Liberty Part 1
HOW MUCH TIME WILL BE REQUIRED?
10 – 15 hours each week.
Please see the Tuition & Fees page for a complete list of costs and administration fees.
BOOKS & OTHER RESOURCES STUDENTS MUST PURCHASE
The Freedom Factor by Gerald Lund
Fifty-Five Fathers by Selma Williams
The Great Little Madison by Jean Fritz
“The Proper Role of Government” by Benson
We the People by Faber (this is an optional ‘Above & Beyond’ book the student can choose to read)
The second semester of this two semester course runs January through the end of April.
NOTE TO PARENTS
This is a Practice Scholar Project which motivates students to study hard through inspiring mentors, positive peer pressure, incentive awards and a culminating activity. Students will need to read assigned books, write a theme and study the Constitution every week. They will also need to prepare and give a presentation in class 2 – 3 times.
HOW YOU CAN HELP YOUR STUDENT
You may choose to read and discuss the assigned books with your student. Each week
your student will be assigned a question to think and write about. You can discuss these questions with your student but allow them the freedom to write their own response. Your student will be re-writing the U.S. Constitution in their own words. You may want to share with them what the statements in the Constitution mean to you.