Refer to the Course Guide for more information on specific classes, graduation requirements and prerequisites.
Use the Academic Planner (see instructions below) to check what credits you need for graduation.
Students should discuss academic placement with their current teachers.
Review your plan with your parents/guardians.
Once registration opens, input your desired courses using the Academic Planner in IC (see instructions below).
Keep in Mind
Our goal at Liberty is to empower students to develop their academic plan and register for courses independently.
Students are responsible for checking their own graduation requirements/progress.
Counselors are available to meet with students with specific issues/concerns regarding registration but will not be able to meet with every student. Priority will be given to students who have registration issues that cannot be resolved without additional support.
You should review the graduation requirements and course descriptions carefully with your parents/guardians before planning your courses. Your choice of courses should be based upon graduation requirements, post-high school plans, teacher recommendations, interests and abilities, and past achievements.
Once schedules are set schedule changes will not be possible. Students who need a schedule correction due to academic misplacement or graduation requirements should stop by student services as soon as possible.
LHS Course Guide
Our course guide has been developed to assist you in planning for a successful high school experience. The guide contains the requirements that must be met in order to graduate from Liberty High School (LHS).
The guide provides a short course description for every class offered at Liberty High School along with any corresponding grade level requirements, prerequisites, fees, and if an application is required.
This document serves as an excellent resource for students and parents to gather additional information about our current course offerings.
Review the graduation requirements and course descriptions carefully with your parents/guardians before planning your courses. Your counselor and teachers will assist you with your decisions. Your choice of courses should be based upon graduation requirements, post-high school plans, teacher recommendations, interests and abilities, and past achievements.
It is important to note that some of the courses listed in this guide may not be offered due to insufficient student registration. We update information in the Course Guide on a regular basis.
Academic Planner in Infinite Campus
The Academic Planner feature in Infinite Campus allows students to select all of their courses for the upcoming school year. It is also used to track progress towards meeting graduation requirements.
Students will have the opportunity to update their four-year plan each year.
Parents can view their student's Academic Plan through the parent portal, however, changes can only be made with a student login.
Courses that require a teacher recommendation are not able to be requested through Infinite Campus.
English and Math courses will be selected by the student's teachers. Students should discuss their placement with current teachers.
Each year students must register for a total of 16 courses (8 per semester). 4 of these will be selected by teachers (math and english) and the remaining 12 will be selected by the student.
Register for courses using the Academic Planner in Infinite Campus
Login to your student Infinite Campus account.
Click on the “Academic Plan” button on the left.
Click on the grey “Next” button.
Students will select courses in their grade level column only. Please refer to the Liberty High School Course Guide for more information about specific class offerings.
Once you have selected all of your courses in your Academic Planner, click on the “Save” button at the top of the screen.
Our counselors are here to assist you in planning your course work here at Liberty. Find your class counselor on the Student Services page.
Several of the courses offered at Liberty and at the district level require an application. If you are interested in taking any of these courses, please use the links below to apply:
Career and Technical Education (CTE) Courses (by April 1)
Electronic Media Production (by Feb. 9)
Journalism (by Feb. 9)