Lower Academy and Upper Academy both offer Clubs for students to participate in during or after school. Students in the lower academy can choose from Dance, Theater, or Drumline. Students in the upper academy can choose from Pom-Pom Club, Weight Lifting, Art Club, or Multi-Faith Club.
Our program trains student-athletes to fully develop our academic and athletic potential through teamwork, training, and competition. We strive to instill in each student-athlete: 1) good sportsmanship, 2) personal integrity, and 3) lion pride.
We compete in Soccer & Volleyball during the fall season; Basketball in the Winter; and Track & Field in the Spring. Join our team or come cheer our Lions on! Resources:
- This season's schedules:
- Boys Basketball
- Girls Basketball
- Transportation Waiver
- Physical Waiver
Meet Our Athletic Director
Coach Smith serves as our Athletic Director and Boys Varsity Basketball Coach. In addition to Boys Basketball, Phil has also coached Boys Soccer, Boys Baseball and Track & Field at the Varsity level prior to arriving at Libertas Academy. Phil is also the Director of an AAU Basketball Organization named AFB Freedom based out of New Britain, CT that has assisted with placement of over 50+ college athletes since 2015. In 2019 he also won CIAC State Championship in basketball at the Academy of Science and Innovation in New Britain, CT.
Contact Coach Smith to learn more about athletics at Libertas Academy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We love hosting events for our students and families and host them several times a year. We believe they are a key way to celebrate our students’ growth, create opportunities for kids to be kids with each other, welcome families to campus, and foster community within our building. Events we host throughout the year include Summer Back-to-School BBQ, Trunk-Or-Treat Community Event, School Dances, Lower Academy Community Events, Cafecitos with Principals, Reading Red Carpet Celebrations, Spring Be Healthy Event, Honors Programs, and more! Visit our Calendar & Events page and follow us on Instagram for upcoming events.
Access beyond the classroom walls is also an important part of our student life educational experience. Students visit college campuses starting in 6th grade to start learning more about college life and options they may want to pursue. Our students have also gone to the Boston Aquarium, CT Science Center, and to the Holyoke Community College Theater.
UA Student Government
Every year, our high school students vote for Upper Academy student leadership. Positions include President, Vice President, and Secretary. It's an important opportunity for them to learn about leadership, advocacy, and community needs and we are proud of them and their work on behalf of our student body.