Students at Liberty focus on American history and Texas history in their fourth grade year. The year begins with the explorers, first Americans, colonial life, the fight for independence, and the various wars that impacted the United States. Students learn the states and capitals, along with completing a project on one of the 50 states. The year concludes with a study of the state of Texas using an interactive notebook and making a presentation about a famous Texan.
Fourth grade students research an animal native to Texas. They learn about the animal's habitat, food source, enemies, and special features, and then put their findings in a PowerPoint presentation that they make in technology class. Then, they present their project to the class orally.
The fourth grade history curriculum, which focuses on Texas history, is enhanced with a field trip to the State Capital and The Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin, TX.
Fourth grade students travel to Denton County Day School, a preschool that serves children from all economic backgrounds. Students collect then take supplies, play with the preschoolers, and help with projects in the different classrooms. Liberty parents also make a monetary donation to bless the teachers there.