Academics

Preparing students to pursue knowledge and develop wisdom throughout their life is the goal of Libertas Christian School. Giving them the necessary tools to be lifelong learners is an essential part of our commitment to excellence in education. Libertas graduates are not merely prepared for college, but for life far beyond college as well.

We place a high value on mastery of learning in every discipline and have chosen to implement the classical tools of learning that have proven themselves effective over many generations. We emphasize the importance of reading at every level with our focus on great works of literature. Our students are challenged daily to think critically and with discernment as they integrate Biblical truth in all areas of life.

Our experienced teachers give individualized instruction that help our students succeed. Our faculty not only teach principles of truth, they model them daily as they live out their faith and demonstrate Christ-like attitudes both in and out of the classroom.

Explore the various educational programs we offer here at Libertas Christian. Peruse the course descriptions; acquaint yourself with the services we provide. We believe you will find that an education at Libertas is an education for life!

Bible Department Goals

Attendance Policy

Students missing more than ten (10) days (excused or unexcused) per semester may not pass the class/grade without special permission from the School Administration.

Home and School Partnership

In order to serve the needs of our constituent families, Libertas Christian School offers two educational programs organized around the classical model of the Trivium.  You may choose our Traditional 5 Day Program or our 3 Day Home and School Partnership Program. 

Block Schedule

Service Projects

Service projects is an event that occurs once a month throughout the school year. Service projects have two goals. The first goal of service projects is to both support and assist local organizations in our community that already serve our community in some capacity. Locations include, but are not limited to, Love Inc, Women At Risk, Barnabas Ministries, and some local churches. The second goal is to train and lead students into a Christ-like role of service. Service projects can be viewed as the groundwork we lay down as we prepare our students to go out and shape our society through service. Service projects also serve as an excellent prerequisite to our bi-yearly international missions trip.