LIBERTY — One of the newest programs at Liberty High School, EDGE, is adapting the microschool concept to give students in all grades a chance to work through a variety of real-world issues.

EDGE is rooted in humanitarian causes. Real-world problems are the center of learning. Rather than subjects being separated by class periods, learning from each subject area is woven together to allow learners to understand how math, science, social studies, English and more to apply to real-world problems.

Southeast Editor Kellie Houx can be reached at or 389-6630.

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