A legacy of Liberty CS

Matthew Rubenstein, Online Editor

David Bradley first came to Liberty 6 years ago as a TEALS teacher from Microsoft, but after experiencing Liberty’s community, he quickly made the transition to a full time teacher.
“I like the smallness of Liberty,” Bradley said. “When you walk down the hall you can actually talk to staff and students.”
Bradley has been a pioneer in the computer science division of Liberty, expanding the program to include five different classes. Throughout his time at Liberty, however, Bradley’s goal has been not only to teach students curriculum, but to teach them to learn.
“Lifelong learning is the key to success,” Bradley said. Bradley hopes that Liberty will continue to instill the love of lifelong learning into students even after he departs Liberty.
Bradley is leaving Liberty this year to teach at Eastlake High School so that he can be closer to his home and his family.