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Welcome to Liberty Prep

Kim Zeigler             Admissions Director

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.

Please contact us if you have any questions about this process:

Phone: 704-660-3933 & Press 1

Kindergarten Preview: Dec. 1st at 9:30 a.m.

Evening Open House: Feb. 2nd at 6:30 p.m.

Upcoming Open Houses

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.

Questions about the Covid19 Plan?

As a private school, we are able to develop our own plans for returning to school.  Fortunately, being a University-Model School with alternating remote learning days, smaller class sizes, new classrooms, expanded hallways, separate buildings, and staggered drop-off and pick up times, we already meet most of the CDC recommended school guidelines.  Information and regulations change frequently, so we will continue to monitor the situation and do what is best for our community. 

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 any time, 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 our next Open House.

2.  APPLICATION: Applications for 2021 Spring Semester are now open. Submit an application online for each student by clicking here.  A one-time non-refundable application/placement fee of $200 per student for 1st-12th grades, and $50 for kindergarten, 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 home school students taking three or fewer 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
  • Home school students must bring their latest year-end test scores

Liberty Prep has a limited number of positions available in each grade, and therefore cannot accept every student that applies.  Completed student applications are reviewed by the admissions committee.  Selections are made based on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, academic capabilities, test scores, previous grades, attendance and behavior reports, as well as overall fit within the school.  Parents will receive notice of the committee’s enrollment decision via email.

Upon acceptance at Liberty Prep, the early enrollment fee (before August 1st) of $250 per student must be paid within 14 days to secure enrollment. After August 1st, enrollment fee is $300/student.  Book and Supply Fees must be paid by the posted due date.

Liberty Prep admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, and activities generally accorded or made available to its students and does not discriminate on the basis of race in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Dress Code

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.

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