Jon Enneking – Secondary Teacher

It isn't about teaching the material as much as it is about being part of a student's life and helping them in whatever way I can. Them being able to be around each other is also extremely important too for their well-being and development.

Kelley Steele – Academic Counselor

Investing in young people's lives as well as teaching content - it's much easier and more impactful when we are in person. Knowledge can come through information, but wisdom is developed life on life, and being together provides the opportunity for mutual growth.

Elementary Teacher

Being able to establish a relationship with my students and their families is crucial if we have to swing to remote learning for a time. The kids know that our classroom is a safe place where they are heard, loved, and cared for.

Anonymous Parent

Liberty Christian has been a Godsend. Our child went from a public school that wasn't sure if there is a difference between a boy and a girl to a school that focuses on Christ and education. The teachers, faculty, and Karen (the school's principal) are amazing.

Bree Wolfe – Parent

My daughter was in Kindergarten when schools shut down. She had just begun her educational journey, and she lost so much by losing those last 4 months of the school year. Liberty has put the light back in her eyes, and she is really excelling!

Bree Wolfe – Parent

My son is very bright but was not challenged in public school or online. He has really stepped up and loves the daily/weekly challenges - he used to have "test anxiety", but now he looks forward to the weekly spelling quizzes and verse memorizations. I am a happy mama...