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6300 Independence Ave
Bealeton, VA 22712

(540) 439-6300
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February 08, 2013
I am currently a senior Liberty and i must say i love this school. The teachers are great, at least the higher level classes. If you really want to push yourself you get the top quality teachers! I have enjoyed my four years at this school. The only negative about this school is that a section of the student body are duds and don't try or even care about themselves, their grades, or others. They are the ones that make it hard to teach.

- submitted by a student

May 30, 2012
It has been 10 years since I attended this school. I recently visited my hometown and was asked to get friend's stepson from school. I head over early, get a guest pass and see my high school again. When I attended, between 1998-2002, the school was overrun with mold, causing health problems for many students and faculty. It took them several years to get this under control, losing more than one quality faculty member to health needs. I saw the same mold in two restrooms. We had the greatest principal ever remove/forced to resign over matters so trifling it was sad, the following year the previous "good ol' boy" principal returned to his position. He still flirts with young female students, according to the report by the young man I was picking up. He still applies the rules unevenly across the student body, favoring some students over others. Iwas in the advanced classes. I had one year where, due to scheduling conflict, I was unable to take both the advanced math and English courses, in 11th grade we learned the differences between adverbs and adjectives. That class opened my eyes to the serious discrepancies between the "college track" and the "get them to graduation" track.

- submitted by a community member

February 27, 2011
Honestly, I don't know who could wish for a better school, with small classes that allow teachers to give each student the attention they deserve, great athletic programs, and plenty of other extracurricular activities, Liberty High is a great school. Sure, they have the typical high school drama, but what the kids don't know is that they're more innocent than they think and they're all just small town kids.

- submitted by a student

December 15, 2010
I love liberty! It's so great :) Bealeton is awful, but the school is amazing for sure.

- submitted by a student
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October 29, 2009
The teachers and staff are friendly and caring.

- submitted by a parent

April 04, 2008
Mediocre at best, this school literally provides students with a brief understanding of what they need to know in adulthood. I am a student here, and I literally have been given no direction or guidance as to what my future career should be. As someone stated before, this school is great if you know what you career in life is.

- submitted by a student
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January 10, 2008
I am a parent of a student who graduated in 2007 and another who will graduate in a few years. The only problem with the school is the awful guidance department. The teachers are excellent and caring.

- submitted by a parent

November 01, 2007
I am a Senior at Liberty now. I'm ranked in the top 10% of my class and I believe that if I had not attended Liberty I would not be where I am today. Liberty has a very strong academic program one of the best I believe. The courses I have taken have challenged me and have prepared me for college. I believe that with four years at Liberty under my belt, have the necessary skills to get through four year at an accredited college and one day become extremely successful at whatever career I choose to proceed. Thank you liberty High School for making my high school career so enjoyable. Go Eagles!!!

- submitted by a student

January 08, 2007
I am a parent of a student presently attending Liberty High School. She is a Junior there now. Overall I have been very pleased with the courses offered at Liberty and the assistance that the faculty gives to help students who need the 'extra attention' on more challenging course topics. I have been very pleased with her overall experience there. However, I think more attention and guidance needs to be given to students in 10th and 11th grade with regards to helping the students understand graduation course requirements and to more frequently monitor the classes being selected and completed towards graduation. Unfortunately, there are many students at LHS that have no idea as to what they should be taking and the school has no formal policy in place to inform the parents or students of the student's progress towards completing their requirements until...it's too late to correct. A change is needed.

- submitted by a parent

November 18, 2006
I went to Liberty for all four year of my high school career and graduated with the Class of 2006. I loved my time spent at LHS. The teachers I had were dedicated to their students and their student's futures. While parent involvement was minimal and the administrative sector often created 'off-the-wall' rules or handed down stronger than necessary punishments for getting out of line... Liberty over all was an amazing school to have the privilege to attend. I never wanted to switch schools. Liberty has given me a well-rounded education and has helped me become the steady, focused adult that I am today. Like our principal reminded us every single morning: Its up to you to make it happen. You have to put effort into it or you will only get a mediocre education out of it. The challenges are there you just have to take them. GO Eagles!

- submitted by a student

November 02, 2006
I worked at liberty high school in bealeton, virginia for tow years. It was the worst two years of my life. The students as well as the administrators had no respect for others. I quit!

- submitted by a teacher

April 20, 2006
Students at Liberty are not challenged enough in the classroom. Unless a student is in an honors class, their education is guaranteed to be mediocre. The situation at Liberty High school is even worse if you are a special needs student with a learning disability. This school does not make special needs children their priority. I personally know a student in the special education program at Liberty High and I know that they are not being at all challenged in the classroom. This is a sad situation because these children are not at all ready to be intigrated into society after high school. Oh yes, and on a side note, when the male administration isn't busy flirting with the students, they are doing a terrible job ensuring their students are getting a quality education.

- submitted by a student

March 06, 2006
Liberty High School can be a great school if you have a special interest that already exists. Or if you play sports in a program that already exists. The website is a nice tool, but is used minimally. I agree that it is not managed as well as some schools are, but there are alternatives in every situation. Liberty High School teachers and administrators are doing their job for the current 2005-2006 student population. Students can help and should be accountable for their actions when assisting in a responsible position such as book distribution. Year books and sports boosters are other areas supplemented by students. The work ethic is alive and well here.

- submitted by a parent

October 17, 2005
I am a student (junior) that goes to Liberty High School. I school is nice i love it. The football games are the best! I school has some really good courses you can take. I love Liberty, but at times the school can get a little crowded.

- submitted by a student

June 05, 2005
Liberty High School would be a gret school if the administration had their act together. The Website is never up to date, yet the Principal claims that this is a good source of current information. The books are issued and returned through a group of students and many students are erroneously charged for a book that they turned in. This is due to the Principal not establishing a proper hand receipt system for issuing and turning in of school books and property. The guidance office department requires an appointment and the guidance counselors frankly are not helpful.

- submitted by a parent
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Liberty High School
6300 Independence Ave, Bealeton, VA  22712
(540) 439-6300
Last modified Liberty High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Liberty High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 19 reviews. Top