LHS Lab School
The Early Bird Learning Center is the Laboratory at Liberty High School. A lab school is a program that facilitates the learning process while allowing for observation and experiences. The Early Bird Learning Center reflects these qualities. The Early Bird Learning Center operates as a laboratory, supporting the Child Development programs within the Family and Consumer Science curriculum. High school students spend time in the classroom providing interaction. Within this lab, observations and experiences are developed to enhance the curriculum for our high school students. Activities are planned and implemented by our high school students. The Early Bird Learning Center is for high school students. It is part of the district’s high school curriculum and is a program intended to serve high school students (as part of their curriculum) rather than benefit district community members.
Courses That Utilize the Lab School
The Early Bird Learning Center is a lab-based facility at Liberty High School. High school students enrolled in the following courses, like Child Growth and Development and Child Care and Guidance, work with the preschoolers.