The Tampa Liberty School is an opportunity for children ages 8 to 12 to learn about the founding principles of the United States. This school is dedicated to educating, enlightening and exciting children on these fundamental principles.
The Tampa Liberty School was founded in 2011 by local volunteers of the Tampa 912 Project.
"Some of the main points of the school include: With freedom comes responsibility, and blending freedom and responsibility requires virtuous, moral and educated citizens," said Bloomingdale resident Jeff Lukens, one of the school's founders. "We stress that our unalienable human rights do not come from a king, a president, a congress or any other form of government. They only come from God. We must know what our rights are and protect them.
The virtues of a free market economy is also discussed, said Lukens.
"At all times, we convey these messages in a kid-friendly and fun way," he said.
The school will be hosted by The Paideia School of Tampa Bay, 7834 N. 56th St., Tampa, and will run over five days, July 9-13 from 9 a.m. to noon each day.
To register your child, visit tampalibertyschool.org. The cost is $25 for the week.
For more information, contact Jeff Lukens at email@example.com.