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Summer school is geared for those individuals who are seeking credit recovery in order to graduate.  If you are a student who received a failing grade, you can fill out the form to apply for Summer School.

*The only exception is Body Conditioning course which any student may take.  This course will be offered at a separate location than Liberty High School.

Classes will be held at the Liberty High School campus this summer.

Students may enroll in a maximum of two classes.  (one can be taken via “online learning”)  Courses will be offered pending sufficient enrollment and is first come first served.

Summer School dates:  June 14-July 13
No School July 3-4

Attendance Policy:  There are no excused or pre-planned absences.  Because of the short duration of summer school and state mandated policy, students cannot be absent for more than two days.  Students who miss more than two days of summer school will be dropped from the class without credit.

You will receive confirmation that we have received your application within 5 school days , and on June 9th we will inform you of of the classes that you are enrolled in for both summer school and online learning.

If you have further questions you may contact:

Click Here to  access Summer School Form

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