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Classes offered at Liber are called Scholar Projects. We use writing, discussion, simulation, lecture, read books and hold colloquium, and other immersive introductions to project materials. These projects are a system of learning, not merely the study of a topic. From LEMI: "For example, in Shakespeare Conquest we study the English language from a great master, Elizabethan history, poetry, symbolism, reading, speaking, body language, writing papers, interpreting emotions... Most importantly we study people, morals, and characters with human nature, weaknesses, and strengths. During discussions we analyze what we read and learn."
Scholar Projects help scholars recognize their vision for their lives, discover their individual missions, develop their abilities, and use their skills in order to gain knowledge. It must be said that Scholar Projects are an opportunity for the student to decide for themselves to participate and to learn, and eventually to submit to their mentors so that they can grow in these ways.
We encourage students to seek truth, beauty, and light; to choose to learn throughout their lives as they feed their minds and hearts.
Key of Liberty is a two semester program which studies the American Revolutionary War period, the United States Constitution, and other founding documents.
Scholars study Shakespeare, the master of human nature. Shakespeare Conquest creates the most engaging experience so his works come to life.
These two studies in the Civil War and World War II will give your scholar an understanding of the complexity of the times as the US was drawn into a war and an astounding number of conflicts and crises.
First semester is the study of the subject of truth, logic, habits of a scientist, math, and how to use these topics to find the truth. Second semester is Pyramid Project Philosophy, Reading and pondering on Philosophers past. Delving into the Sciences of Logic, Reasoning, Mathematics, and Geometry.
Georgics uncovers the power of being reconnected to the earth and learning principles of community and self-reliance. Scholars read several classics that take place in an agrarian setting so they see the value and growth that comes from hard work.
Classical Acting goes in depth in the foundational philosophies behind many of the theater games and activities to understand why we do them and how to teach the scholars about these philosophies.
An in-depth and personalized study of leadership. Scholars come face-to-face with 6 great leaders and their landmark speeches. They read about, write about, and discuss the circumstances that led them to greatness.
Scholars will learn about self governance and governing a nation. Scholars will learn about the landmark cases of the Supreme Court, then choosing two cases to write legal briefs and argue before a moot court.
Scholars use the knowledge, skills, and abilities they have gained previously to start making an impact now as they create and implement their own projects. They develop projects based on their passion.