Would you recommend attending Liberty High School if you had the choice? Why or why not?

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Anonymous, Student, Liberty High School, Class of 2016

Yes. It's an amazing school educationally (top test scores in the district) and in sports (football regularly goes undefeated)

Anonymous, Student, Liberty High School, Class of 2016

If any person had the opportunity to attend Liberty High School, I would highly recommend doing so. Liberty is well-rounded and very well fitting for students of all types. Academically, Liberty offers a variety of regular, honors, and AP courses. Students can expand his or her horizons by taking classes such as international relations, psychology, microbiology, or comparative religions. Outside of school, students have opportunities to participate in sports, performing arts programs, and a long list of clubs. Liberty offers anything from football to hockey to tennis to lacrosse. Choir, band, dance and theater are just some of the performing arts that Liberty excels in. On top of these amazing athletics and programs, Liberty offers clubs ranging from National Honor Society to French Club to Environmental Club to Adventure Club. LHS is a school of opportunities. LHS molds to the needs and wants of the students. The Lancer nation offers so many different activities and academics for the students, and in turn makes the students well-rounded, successful and experienced. Therefore, Liberty is a school I would personally recommend for a student of any kind.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty High School, Class of 2016

Though the teachers and faculty are generally praiseworthy, the school falls short in the way of many academic aspects necessary to an exemplary education. Aggregately, the lack of major science courses like microbiology, astronomy, and computer science makes it arduous for the academically ambitious to achieve the proper preparations for a college education. I would recommend the school to those who wish to embark on the skilled pathway, but, for others, I would not encourage attending the institution.

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