On a typical day, everyone starts in their first hour and go through their schedule until fourth hour comes around. During fourth hour, there are two lunch shifts where every student eats. After fourth hour and lunch, everyone goes to fifth hour. When fifth hour ends, we have Eagle Hour which is a 30 minute time period where students can go get help from teachers if they are behind on classwork or if they do not understand it. If you are a student who does not have any trouble in your classes, you can go to designated areas to do homework, go to any club meetings, or just hang out for a bit and get ready for the last two hours. This time is a great addition to our schedule and has drastically helped students who are behind in their classes. At the conclusion of Eagle Hour, students go to sixth and seventh hour to finish out the day. After the school day is over, students either go home, go to practice/games, or attend an after-school club meeting. A student who should attend Liberty North needs to bring it every day. Most teachers do not tolerate slackers and it is important not to get behind in classes. One must be a hard-working student if they wish to succeed at Liberty North.