Not the greatest environment for a student to naturally blend in and want to excel in terms of academics and/or extracurricular activities. Not great in terms of general level of focus in academics for college preparation. You need to be extremely self-motivated for you to go above and beyond what the school offers in order to position yourself well for a well rounded experience and in order to have a decent shot at enrolling in a decent college
I just came from the 2015 Christmas Concert and it was so Beautiful to see how all these young people of different nationalities and race came together for the 2 hr Concert! I commented to A few on the way out" We should send you guys to Washington so you can teach the world your secret on how to get along"
Liberty high school is rich with tradition, history, beautiful buildings, superior teachers and dedicated students. I'm jealous that they have a state-of-the art swimming pool compared to the small outdated one in the 1980's. The football games are one of a kind with great athletes and precision band.
This school has provided my daughter with lots of learning opportunity's. She has learned so much from attending this school, and actually looks forward to going to school everyday. I would highly recommend sending your child to thins school.
If you want to work a job other than "do you want fries with that" and are an average student do not go here. However if you are an honors student you will do fine, but since the classes below honors are all mixed you don't really learn much.
The newly renovated school is beautiful. The sport facilities are top notch - among the best in the state. The student population is diverse. Wealthy kids among economically challenged students. However, most of the students are from upper middle class households. Nationally renowned Grenadier band. Great school pride long after graduation. Being a part of this school & it's rich history is terrific. If you didn't take advantage of what the school offered, you have no one to blame but yourself. GO HURRICANES!
Liberty did not offer the AP classes I needed in order as a base in order to succeed in an Ivy League school, such as AP Biology and AP Chemistry. Looking back, I think the only good thing Liberty did was teach me a lot about poverty and teenage pregnancy. Liberty is also very good at teaching life skills, like for example do not bump into people accidentally or else you will get GIRRRL YOU DID NOT JUST DO THAT + finger snap Liberty is a good place for kids who plan on joining the army.
I am a junior at liberty and I can honestly say this shool has it's ups and downs. Alot of people think this is a bad school, but really it's the kids that make it that way. Half of the school is kids that don't want to learn anything at all and be idiots, and the other half actually put effort in and try to learn. Some of the younger teachers are very inexperienced and need to go back to college, but other than that, MOST of the teachers are very very nice, helpful and great teachers! The school has A LOT of school spirit when it comes to sports and we have a great football team. One disadvantage for this is that the school spends most of the money on school uniforms and sports equipment, rather than spending it on textbooks. Many classes of mine lacked text books.