Over the years, many of Liberty’s former students have returned to visit the school remarking on how exceptionally well they were prepared in the scientific disciplines thanks to the rigorous education for which Liberty is well known.A great number of Liberty’s graduates have gone to pursue professions in scientific fields.  Moreover, a large number of parents whose careers are in engineering and the sciences have chosen Liberty Common High School for the education of their own children.ScienceThese parents are an important part of the close network the school enjoys with scientific leaders and businesses in the Northern Colorado community.As a classical, liberal-arts institution, LCHS gives honored stature to science.  Key scientific contributions and the scientific method are taught to all students throughout high school.LCHS scholars are cognizant of significant scientific achievements in biology, chemistry and physics, especially those that elevate the human condition, promote prosperity and enhance freedom.  Students also understand the limits of science.

The academic and professional experiences obtained by the school’s professional science and engineering instructors are invaluable tools providing added depth and strength to the LCHS science program.

Scholars here can expect a rich curriculum in course offerings such as Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science, Astronomy, Meteorology and Climate, AP Chemistry, AP Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, AP Physics and Energy in addition to other courses that are part of the school’s engineering track.
AP Chemistry page

Dawn Karr
General Biology, AP Biology, Anatomy & Physiology
Phone:  970.672.5500


Ken Vetter
8th Grade Science, Astronomy, Conceptual Physics & Chemistry, Natural Disasters, 7th Grade Science
Phone:  970.672.5500



Dr. Gavin Polhemus
General Physics, Calculus-Based Physics
Phone: 970-672-5500
About Dr. Polhemus

Dr. John Allen
Science Consultant
Phone: 970-672-5500

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