Liberty School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Liberty, MO. It has 12,427 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 74% in reading.
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Liberty School District Reviews
Liberty School District is undoubtedly a great district! With great teachers in all schools that really care about their students. It is such an awesome experience to be a part of such a great district. From Liberty's amazing athletics programs and nationally ranked Fine Arts, it no doubt that Liberty is the right choice for any family. Starting with the amazing Early Ed center, then to its great Elementary Schools, to the four awesome Middle Schools, and Two of the best High Schools in the State but also in the Nation! Liberty strives to improve education by implementing new types of learning environments and testing out all kinds of new technology to advance the capabilities of its students. Liberty School District gives their Students the ability to learn about the new technological world by giving all students either an iPad or MacBook, Liberty is setting the students up for success!
Hi, I'm an African-American senior attending Liberty High School. I have been a student in the Liberty School District for over 10 years and I have been very fine with it. I was shy at first to make new friends, but once I did, I was never afraid and was always standing out. Well that's what my teachers say. I overall love being in the Liberty School District, but one thing we lack is Diversity. According to ProximityOne.com, Liberty Public Schools have 2.97% of African American students, and it's not surprising. One of the things that bother me, is that when it comes to footage of the stands at the football game, picking kids to play a game at the assembly, or seeing a slideshow of the seniors are freshmen, there is never any black people in the pictures or videos or down on the gym floor playing the Bottle Flip game. I would run over the Diversity CLub and have after school events to help support our diverse school.
I had a good high school experience at Liberty South (the older liberty high school). I played for their softball team and we were pretty good when I was there. There were very few teachers that I didn't like, most of them were great! It's a big school so you have to be ready for that. I didn't know the people I sat next to during the graduation ceremony.