Tampa Liberty School During Spring Break

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 14925 N Boulevard Tampa FL 33613  See map

The Tampa Liberty School Spring Break Session is a great opportunity for children ages 8 to 12 to learn about the founding principles of the United States. The school is dedicated to educating, enlightening, and exciting children to the fundamental principles on which this country was founded.

While Hillsborough County Schools are out for Spring Break, the Tampa Liberty School will be offered in the Carrollwood area. Activities are designed to teach while having fun.

REGISTRATION: Please go to tampalibertyschool.org to register.

DATES: Monday thru Friday, March 12-16, 2012, 9:00 a.m. until noon

LOCATION: Trinity Presbyterian Church, 14925 North Blvd, Carrollwood

COST: $20 per child for the week.

The Tampa Liberty School Spring Break Session is designed to teach the principles of liberty as intended by the founders of our country. Some of the main points of the school include:

  • With freedom comes responsibility. Blending freedom and responsibility requires virtuous, moral, and educated citizens. 
  • 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 they are and protect them.
  • The ultimate responsibility for maintaining liberty lies with the people. We must recognize that it is up to us (the citizens) to be the guardians of our liberty.


The Tampa Liberty School is a subgroup of the Tampa 912 Project, and is a first of its kind in the Tampa Bay area. Please contact Jeff Lukens at jeff@tampa912.org for more details. 

Jeff Lukens February 10, 2012 at 09:24 PM
Looking forward to it!


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