Jackson Liberty High School Reviews
Rating 3.91 out of 5 180 reviews
Beautiful interior with upgraded facilities. Has negatives in school leadership and students. I know many students who were bullied without end and blamed and punished for it by administration, as the other student was more difficult to deal with or would require being sent to a different school. Many things are confusing or do not get done. Often makes illogical rules and suppresses student's ability to express themselves. In general, the teachers are caring and supportive, but most of my experience is with AP or honors teachers. I have heard negatives about other teachers. Sports teams do not accomplish much, but are easy to join and become a family.
Jackson Liberty High School is very modern and safe. It is equipped with some of the best technology and other equipment. The staff is helpful and engaging and all of the students are friendly. The extra circulars touch base on all aspects in and out of the school and there are a wide range of activities which encourage more student participation.
The school is very accommodating during the pandemic for both remote and hybrid students. It also has a lot of opportunities to get involved in clubs and sports.
What I liked about Liberty High School was the teacher and the band. What I would like to see changed is the staffs' attitude towards students.
The teachers and staff at this school are really one of a kind. They truly care about you and your future, along with your well being. The school accommodates your needs on a daily basis, and is always looking for the best options for you. I wouldn't want to go anywhere else.
I was able to make a lot of new friends within my four years at the school. It was very easy to get involved with clubs and sports. I enjoyed golf very much. The coach was amazing and the team worked together well to make the season fun.
The school was diverse and had a lot of different students from different areas and even countries. Many different languages were spoken in the halls. The school was built in 2007, so it is new with very nice facilities and many different areas accessible to students. The teachers were challenging but made classes enjoyable.
I really enjoyed the education at Jackson Liberty. Here, I met one of my closest friends and I learned so much.
Some issues in the past and the school did their best to fix them. Dress code needs to change and there needs to be equal representation of all sports
This school has very poor diversity and I can honestly count on one finger how many black or spanish teachers in that school. The kids here aren't taught much on african american history. The only time I learned about it was my junior year of high school when I took honors. There are also a lot of ignorant students and teacher who are here. The ignorant students usually say something or do something hateful towards another ethnicity and they do absolutely nothing about it.
Liberty just like all schools has good things and bad things about it. It is very involved in the arts and I like how there are a lot of technical electives you can take. The teachers there are amazing as well and are very helpful. Liberty does lack school culture though. They don't hold many events and the pep rallies usually suck because they only involve the popular students and do grungy tacky things. They are also really bad at communications, like you never know what type of clubs Liberty has to offer because they never announce anything.
The teachers were all very understanding and the students were nice and inclusive. My school made learning fun rather than a chore. They also make you feel important and listened to.
I like the freedom you have to choose what classes you want to take. All the teachers here want help you succeed and make an impact on the world. The guidance department works with you to helps prepare you for college and life after high school.
I had a very good experience attending Jackson Liberty High School. A very good environment with a vast and diverse amount of clubs and activities. Teachers were very supportive and interested in student's personal goals and aspirations, and very involved in educating in college preparedness.
This state of the art school is a welcoming environment for students. Teachers keep learning interesting for students and also challenge them through their academics. The school meets the interests of many different students as there are four different academies they may apply to, there is a business program, a Digital Media Academy, the Jackson Academy of Arts and a STEM Program. The school is also filled with various clubs and sports for students to discover their talents, and make new friends. The administrative staff and teachers ensure that the school is an enjoyable and exciting place to be, so students can. make the most of their high school experiences.
I like my school because it has some really cool teachers who make the lessons interesting and really make you want to work hard. The teaching staff offer a lot of support, our facilities are good, our standard of learning is excellent and our success rate is very high. If I could change something about my school it would be the classes that we are allow to take. There are good classes but there are not that many classes for career. Having more career classes would help students to not be afraid to go into the real world.
My time at JLHS was very eye-opening because being from another country despite being a US citizen I felt unwelcome, but the kids at the school and the teachers made me feel welcome and I made quick friends with some of the kids and teachers there. I learned so much more than I thought I would. I did. It only learn about biology, chemistry, art, history, and other classes. I learned what it means to be an American; see for most of my life I have lived in the Philippines and always saw it as my home, but after spending my time in NJ, and JLHS, I’ve found my second home in the US. For that I will always be thankful for JLHS and the lessons both academically and personally.