It is an awesome responsibility to instruct a child and assist in the development of his or her mind, spiritual condition, and social growth. Liberty Christian School strives to support and reinforce the teaching and training that take place in the student’s home and church, as our¬†vision statement says. By choosing to attend a Christian school, no student should sacrifice the quality of his or her education in any area.

As a Christian school, we believe that Liberty has the advantage of being able to teach each subject area in light of God’s existence and His words of truth. Liberty’s selection of curricula reflects a Christian philosophy of education as well as the specific academic objectives for each grade level; we believe it is impossible to teach properly without a foundation in His Word and a relationship with Christ.

Our Christian philosophy of education is built on the following tenets:
  • God is Creator and Sustainer of all and chooses to reveal Himself to mankind. God is the Source of all knowledge and the ultimate reality. He is sovereign, all-powerful, merciful and loving. The Christian can spend a lifetime learning all the attributes of God (Romans 11:36).
  • Jesus Christ is the Son of God, the anointed One, sent in human form to bring about reconciliation between God and man. He is co-creator with God, eternal, the head of the church, first in resurrection, in Whom all of God’s fullness dwells. As a teacher, He gave us an example of how to live. He is the source of wisdom, knowledge, and truth. He is Lord! (John 1:44, 2 Corinthians 5:18, Colossians 1:25-29).
  • The Holy Spirit is sent by God to empower, instruct, enable, reveal truth, comfort, guide, testify of Christ, and to convict men of sin (John 14:7, Acts 1:8, John 15:26).
  • The Bible is the inspired and only infallible, authoritative Word of God. It is eternal, divinely inspired, a light, trustworthy, and profitable for teaching (Psalms 119:105, 2 Timothy 3:15, Psalms 11:7, Colossians 3:16).
  • Man is not the center of the universe nor is he the “measure of all things.” Man was created by God, for God, and in the image of God. Man was free to make a choice and chose to disobey God’s command, thus allowing sin into the world. His fallen nature separated him from God. Reconciliation is possible only through Jesus Christ (Romans 3:23, 2 Corinthians 5:18).
  • God’s goal and aim for man is redemption, to restore in him the image of God and to, thus, change him into the likeness of Christ. Man was created to bring glory to God (Romans 6:23, Romans 8:29, Isaiah 43:7).

We encourage you to explore Liberty’s programs and see how these tenets become foundational for all that is taught in our Little Lions Learning Centers, at the elementary school and at the secondary school. You can also explore the richness of Liberty’s offerings by visiting the fine arts page or learning about student life and the Talent Development Laboratory.