LPES needs more diversity in organizations to recognize the academic achievement of its students, and not just the select few, which includes teachers kid, that are always being chosen to participate in organizations such as TAG and Beta Club. There are many smart kids that attend the school, that are are just as successful in academics, however, the school does not provide those students the same academic extra curricular opportunities nor leadership abilities.
I'm very encouraged by the changes that have been made since last year. The new principal, Mr. Gaskins is very interactive and forward thinking and has done a fantastic job with engaging students, parents and teaching to aim higher and push harder. There is a new energy there and it's certainly the HIGH POINT at the end of the road!
My son attended this schoo for two years, the he had to transfer due to districting even trhat we didn't move, I was very happy and he was too those years; with hie education, teachers, classroom principal and very great was the all wear uniforms! Unfortunately now he's in Campbell and wishing we could come back to LP
We just completed our third year at Liberty Point. I have rising 1st and 5th graders. This year was phenomenal. Both Teachers, Mrs. Beckham and Mrs. Troutman were extraordinary. They were committed to ensuring that the kids were prepared for the next phase in their academic career. If all the teachers at Liberty Point had their level of commitment and courage, Liberty Point would be consistently ranked in the top 10% of the state.
My daughter transferred from P.S 151 in Brooklyn to Liberty Point and this is a wonderful school. Her Kindergarten teacher Ms. E Anderson is an excellent teacher. She deserves an award for the patients and the efforts she has made above and beyond her duties to ensure that her students are all learning. The school also encourages parents to be involved in different activites with the school and their kids.