Liberty Christian School will host its Fall Preview Day Breakfast on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 9 a.m. Guests will enjoy a light breakfast, hear from the school’s headmaster, meet administrators, and see classes in action on a student-led tour.
“Parents are looking for a school that prepares their children for college, offers a wide range of opportunities in and out of the classroom, teaches values and principles important for life, and provides a safe, nurturing learning environment where their children will thrive,” said Headmaster Blair McCullough. “We provide these important solutions for parents and look forward to meeting them on Preview Day.”
Academically, teachers instill a love of learning by reaching every student in every lesson. They encourage open communication with parents in a partnership of transparency and positivity.
The advanced curriculum includes Spanish and Latin in Lower School, and Super Science experiments and technology classes beginning in preschool. Middle School takes students on a history trip to either Washington, D.C. or Boston and New York every year. Upper School students enjoy unique electives such as Solar Car, Mandarin, Accounting and Digital Media.
Fine Arts begins in preschool with a daily Music and Movement class and continues in Lower School through art, vocal and applied music, and band and musical theatre options. Middle and Upper School students perform on stage musically and theatrically frequently throughout the year, winning multiple state championships over the years in academics and speech, art, band, choir, and one act play.
A robust Athletic Department provides physical education classes every day to Lower School students, teaching health and physical fitness principles for life. Through the Liberty Youth Association, it offers beginner and competitive sports for younger students at the school in Pre-K through 6th grade.
Middle and Upper School athletes may choose from a variety of 20 different sports, with certified trainers providing offseason coaching and practice to players at every level. Nearly 50 state championships ranging from football, wrestling, cheerleading, basketball, soccer, baseball, golf, and track and field have been celebrated since the school began in 1983.
A biblical foundation reaches the students’ hearts, solidifying their identity in Christ and building their character on essential truths from the Bible. Students attend Bible class each day, with biblical principles interwoven throughout the entire curriculum. Each class also begins with prayer.
Dr. McCullough said, “We developed for our students ‘The Warrior Way,’ a set of guiding principles at our school that inspires our students to display in their lives these important qualities that will serve them well for a lifetime: Embrace God’s Truth, Strive for Excellence, Demonstrate Leadership, Value Scholarship, Exhibit Christ-like Character, Pursue Service, and Build Community.”
Younger students at Liberty serve the community locally. For example, second grade students bring donations of canned food to Christian Community Action in Lewisville and help organize their food pantry. Older students travel internationally to help other countries in need and experience cultures other than their own.
Seniors at Liberty visit the younger classrooms to share their academic and life experiences each month. Additionally, Upper School students mentor Middle School students in a program called Impact, and monthly all-school pep rallies build school spirit and encourage joy and fun at the school. Beginning in Middle School, each grade takes a class trip that encourages friendship and unity among students.
“We look forward to welcoming families to our school for our Fall Preview Day and Breakfast on Nov. 7,” said Dr. McCullough. “We enjoy hearing from parents and answering their questions on one of the most important days of the year in the life of our school.”