About LHS

About Liberty High School

Liberty High School, home of the Lancer Nation, is dedicated to student, staff, and school success. We offer a comprehensive academic program that provides students the opportunity for growth and enrichment. Over 70% of our teaching staff hold a master’s degree or higher and all are dedicated to the academic, social, and emotional growth of all students.  We offer an array of Honors and Advanced Placement courses as well as programs to help under-achieving students be successful. Our electives programs are second to none.  We have award winning performing arts, visual arts, and career and technical education programs that challenge students at the highest levels.  Additionally, we offer a full range of athletic and extra-curricular programs including 25 CHSAA sanctioned athletic programs and over 20 academic clubs and activity groups. Our athletic programs have won multiple academic all-state awards and we have seven state championships.  Through clubs and activities, our students annually raise thousands of dollars for charity, participate in community service, and engage in multiple school events.  Liberty High School is dedicated to developing well-rounded students who can meet the challenges of a dynamic world.  Traditionally, 85% of our graduating seniors attend post-secondary colleges and universities across the country.  We embrace our motto, “Give me a place to stand and I will move the earth,” by encouraging each student to find where he or she can proudly stand, contribute, excel, and enjoy his or her high school experience in the Lancer Nation.  


Liberty At-a-Glance

  • Number of students:  1550
  • Staff members: 150
  • 30 clubs
  • 25 varsity sports
  • 900 computers
  • Nearly 20 AP courses
  • Traditionally, about 85% of graduating seniors go on to post-secondary education