This school is amazing. I'm really surprised that anyone has anything negative to say. The ugly comments must be from bully parents who just aren't getting their way. Do your research. This school has top scores in everything from the state. The academics are recognized. The sports teams have won championships across the board and the fine arts program is one of the most premier in the district. The teachers work so hard. They're available on the weekend and late at night. My kids loved it here.
This school is HORRIBLE!!! The administration has no control over the behavior of the students, the principal is ineffective and makes no attempts to control the children. Sure, he will tell you that he's got the situation under control, but the bullying continues and the offenders suffer no consequence. The teachers offer no assistance to students. Instead they, and the administrators, tell you that it's the students responsibility to handle EVERYTHING. They are STILL children and need GUIDANCE. But don't expect anything from the Guidance Counselor either. She looks miserable and has no idea how to effectively mediate conflicts between students.
Find another school to send your children to. Don't subject them to this substandard school.
My child has been attending Liberty Hill For a few months now. She absolutely hates it. The staff is the worst. The day I met the counselor, she was very rude and seemed like she hated her job. I was supposed to meet with a teacher one day and she wasn't even there, she dint call nor email me to tell me not to show up and waste my time. Many students attending have disciplinary problems which makes it hard for my student. There is lack of professionalism all throughout this school and something needs to be done.
My child is currently in his second year at Liberty Middle School as a 7th grader. In these two years my child has had many struggles to keep caught up with the work. I have spoken with the teachers in parent/teacher conferences multiple times to try and come up with a plan to help my child succeed and met with the Asst. Principle/Principle, however the same answer is always given. The common response from the teacher's and administration is that the child is responsible for doing what they are supposed to do. As a parent I totally agree, but am fed up with this attitude. The bottom line is that these kids are still just kids and still need strict adult supervision and guidance. I have met with some teacher's who look like they are on the brink of a break down. The teacher's have no control of their class rooms and choose to write the child up with disciplinary action to get rid of the child because it is easier rather than taking control of the situation and dealing with the student. We are parents who are very involved with our child's education and do everything possible to communicate with the school to fix whatever problems their may be with our child. However, when you have teacher's that are not up to the task of teaching, meaning they take their students attitude personally and respond to their students with sarcasm and demeaning communication or the principals assume that you are just uneducated parent's, that when you go to them with problems and ask for a solution they just beat around the bush and giving you the run around in the hopes that you will eventually give up and just go away. Fair warning to future parents and students of Liberty Hill Middle School, if you have the option of going to another school please do!