LHS Lab School
The Early Bird Learning Center is a Child Development Laboratory within Liberty High School.
A laboratory school is a program that facilitates the learning process while allowing for observation and hands-on educational experiences for all learners. Our Early Bird Learning Center reflects these qualities. The Early Bird Learning Center operates as an educational laboratory, supporting the Child Development programs within the Family and Consumer Science curriculum. High school students gain first-hand experience and spend time in the classroom providing extra one-on-one interaction. Within this lab, formal and informal observations and field experiences are developed to enhance the curriculum for our high school students while enriching their child’s learning processes.
- Activities are planned and implemented by not only highly-qualified early learning facilitators, but also our high school students.
- Program goals, learning activities, and objectives are aligned with the Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education Early Learning Standards.
The Early Bird Child Development & Teaching Laboratory is an educational setting for community children and a teaching laboratory for Liberty High School students, faculty, and staff. 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 a benefit to district community members.
Enrollment Fee and Supply/Activity Fee
Monthly Tuition Paid on Revtrack
Courses That Utilize the Lab School
The Early Bird Learning Center is a lab-based facility inside Liberty High School. High school students enrolled in courses like Child Growth and Development and Child Care and Guidance work alongside preschool students.