Welcome to Liberty Prep
Making the right educational choice for our children is often one of the most challenging decisions we face. We are thankful for your consideration of Liberty Prep as a viable option in that process.
We are here to serve you and equip you in what we believe is a “better way” to educate our future generations: giving them the gift of time with their families as they receive an outstanding education.
Due to the unique model of our school and level of parental involvement, all families who interested in attending Liberty Prep are required to attend an open house, an information meeting, or a scheduled Informational tour of the school.
- November 7th, 2017 at 9:30 AM
- December 5th, 2017 at 9:30 AM
- February 13th, 2018 at 7:00 PM
- March 6th, 2018 at 9:30 AM
- April 10th 2018 at 9:30 AM
- May 1, 2018 at 9:30 AM
- June 5th, 2018 at 10:30 AM
Steps to Becoming a Liberty Prep Patriot
We look forward to welcoming your family to Liberty Prep. Our admissions process helps us get to know each other, and find the perfect fit for our partnership.
1. INFORMATION MEETING: You may submit an application at anytime, but attending an Open House, Information Meeting, school tour, or private meeting is required. Due to our unique model of education where parental involvement is a necessary element, both parents are strongly encouraged to attend. Students are also welcome. Review materials, discuss and pray as a family. CLICK HERE to register for an upcoming event.
2. APPLICATION: Submit an application online for each student by clicking here. A one-time non-refundable application/placement fee of $150 per student must be submitted with the application. The application is complete when the application fee is paid.
3. PLACEMENT TESTING: Incoming Kindergarten students will take an incoming placement test on campus on one of the scheduled testing dates. All other incoming students (except high school homeschool students taking three or less classes) will be tested at The Davidson Center for Learning. The cost of placement testing is included in the application fee.
4. FAMILY INTERVIEW: LPCA will schedule a family interview (both parents and students are to attend) after placement testing is complete. The following documentation MUST be presented at the interview.
- Copy of birth certificate
- Updated immunization records or letter of exemption
- Latest transcript or report card
- Homeschool students must bring their latest year-end test scores
Upon acceptance at Liberty Prep, the registration fee of $250 per student ($500 family maximum) must be paid within 10 days to secure enrollment. Book and Supply Fees must be paid by the posted due date.
Clothing should be neat, clean, pressed and not torn. It should fit properly, not tight or loose, modest length. Skirts and jumpers should be fingertip length plus two inches (even if leggings underneath).
Visible undershirts should be solid white, gray or navy.
Closed-toe shoes or boots only (no flip flops, sandals, light up, or heels over 1”)
No visible tattoos, but no restrictions on hair color or length.
Non-uniform jackets, sweatshirts or any other outerwear may NOT be worn in the classroom and must be left in locker. No hats may be worn in the school building.
Spirit Wear days are noted on the school calendar. Any color LPCA attire may be worn on these days (t-shirts, club shirts, etc.), and High School may wear blue jeans without holes or tears.
Leggings (any color) may be worn under skirts, but not alone as pants. No knit pants.
Special occasion dress code will be noted for each event.
Students violating dress code will be sent to the office to correct the offense, and for the appropriate disciplinary action.
Preferred Dress Code Partners:
French Toast – www.frenchtoast.com
1-800-373-6248 – Source Code QS5WVPJ
Land’s End – www.landsend.com
Preferred Number – 900139239
Embroidery may also be done in Mooresville at First Impressions (704-663-4828) or in Cornelius at EmbroidMe (704-987-9630)
Spirit wear available at libertyprepspiritwear.com
Revised Jan 2018
Liberty Prep views parents as primarily responsible for their child’s dress code compliance. At any time during the school day, the purpose of the dress code is to present a positive, modest image and provide an environment conducive to learning. All students are expected to maintain good grooming habits and appropriate dress. Parents, please take a moment each day to ensure your student is dressed according to policy.
UPPER BODY ALONE:
- Polo shirts, long or short sleeve, with LPCA logo (navy, light blue, gray, white, or burgundy)
- Oxford shirts, long, three-quarter, or short sleeve with LPCA logo (white or light blue – not jean like material). Must be buttoned up to 2nd button.
- Pullover sweater with LPCA Logo (gray or navy)
- Crew, half-zip and hooded pullover sweatshirts with LPCA embroidered or screen-print logo (navy, light blue, gray, white, burgundy, or spirt wear type sweatshirt) NOTE: Polo/oxford with logo must be worn underneath if sweatshirt is taken off throughout the day.
UPPER BODY OVER ABOVE:
- Zip Fleece or Fleece Vest (solid gray or navy) – logo optional
- Cardigan Sweaters (solid gray or navy) – logo optional
- LPCA Varsity Jackets
- Twill pants (khaki, black, navy or gray)
- Bermuda (fingertip) length shorts (khaki, black, navy, or gray)
ADDITONAL OPTIONS FOR GIRLS:
- Skirts, with bike shorts worn underneath, or skorts (khaki, black, navy, gray, or burgundy & gray plaid)
- Jumpers (navy, khaki, or burgundy & gray plaid) embroidered with LPCA logo
- Polo dresses, Lands’ End Ponte Dress (navy or gray) embroidered with LPCA logo
P.E. UNIFORM, SECONDARY:
- LPCA T-shirt with Navy PE Shorts – purchased specifically from LPCA for PE class