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Designed for ages 12+

Online Weekly Zoom Meeting

Wed, 10am-11:30am Pacific

Sept 6, 2023-May 8, 2024

OR Self-Directed via Google Classroom 

(If you are interested in this option, Contact Us)

$170 1st semester tuition

$230 2nd semester tuition

$30 materials fee per student/ per semester for all students (This fee covers Student Manual pages which will be emailed to the students, auction items, and postage.)

One time $25 registration fee for new students

Join us in dancing our way through the decades from 1910 to the present era as we explore U.S. history and humanities in a fun and engaging manner! 

Dabbling in classic literature, primary source documents, the U.S. Constitution, music, art and foods of the eras,  students will engage in hands-on, fun and inspiring educational activities. 

The object of Heroes of Liberty is to empower students to become heroes of liberty in both their private and public lives.  In a "Trivial Pursuit" kind of way, students will have fun completing activities each Era Unit in the areas of:

  • Literature

  • History

  • Science

  • Sports + Entertainment

  • Art + Fashion + Food

  • World Geography

Educational modalities used during class will include: book discussions, document studies, guest speakers, cooking, student presentations, Minecraft, service projects, art and science projects, physical fitness challenges and more!  

Students will complete a final project which will culminate in a Nobel Prize in their chosen area of discipline. 

Students may also go “over and beyond” by completing additional tasks which could earn them a Grammy Award!  (This portion of the class will be based on the lyrics from Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire".)

Books to be read during “Heroes of Liberty”:

  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

  • Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly

  • Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson

  • Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

  • 1984 by George Orwell

  • The Children’s Story by James Clavell 

  • Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach

  • Zane and the Hurricane by Rodman Philbrick

Documents and poetry to be studied:

  • Treaty of Versailles (abridged)

  • John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address (1961)

  • I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Ronald Reagan’s speech The Boys of Pointe du Hoc (1984)

  • Constitutional Amendments 19-27

  • Poetry by T.S. Eliot, Maya Angelou, and Joy Harjo


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This course may be taken in a variety of ways:​

  • Online live Zoom class (check this site for current schedule)

  • COMING SOON: In-person class: You may organize and teach this course yourself to a group of students (teacher's manual is available for purchase by request) 

  • In-person class: If you live in Southern California, live in-person classes may be offered.  Contact us if you're interested in organizing an in-person class in your area.

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