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List of 14 frequently asked questions.

  • Is there availability in my child's grade?

    Availability is on a grade-by-grade basis. In Upper School, availability may be dependent upon class size and the particular classes your student is interested in taking.
  • Is there a waiting list?

    The wait pool is a list of qualified candidates for each grade. The wait pool is NOT a prioritized wait list. As openings become available in each grade, the Admissions Committee meets to determine which candidate can best fill the open spot.

    Wait pools do not carry over from one school year to the next.
  • What curriculum is used?

    A Beka is the primary curriculum in use in the Lower School, with supplementation where deemed useful by lead teachers and administration. A Beka is a comprehensive Christian curriculum, establishing solid academic and spiritual foundations.

    The Middle School and Upper School curriculum includes a solid core of college preparatory courses taught from a distinctly Christian worldview, which includes a wide selection of Pre-AP and AP (Advanced Placement) courses in subjects such as English, Spanish, Mandarin, German, Calculus, Statistics, Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Art, Human Geography, Government, American and World History. Upper School students also choose from a dynamic variety of elective courses, including debate, engineering, worship culture, accounting, marketing, management, computer, foreign language, yearbook, theatre, band, choir, art, dance team, and cheerleading.
  • Do I have to send my child to Preschool full time?

    In pre-kindergarten, we offer a 3-day (MWF) and a 5-day per week program. Our Bridge class is a 5-day per week program.
    All pre-kindergarten classes begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 2:45 p.m. Before-school care (7:45 a.m. – 8:20 a.m.) and after-school care (2:45 p.m. – 6 p.m.) are available at an additional charge.
  • How much emphasis is placed on the admissions test for acceptance?

    The Admissions Committee carefully considers many aspects leading to the potential success of the student; the admissions test is only one aspect of the criteria.
  • Do siblings of current Liberty families have preference?

    Applications of siblings are reviewed and have priority over other first-time applicants. However, current family status does not guarantee a child’s admission into Liberty.
  • Is Liberty associated with a particular church or denomination?

    Liberty Christian School is a non-profit organization completely independent from a particular church. We reach out to Christian families of all denominations. We keep our focus on Jesus Christ, the central message of God’s Word. We emphasize the teaching of Bible truths as related to all facets of life.
  • Are you still taking applications?

    Yes, the enrollment process is ongoing. Liberty currently accepts applicants throughout the year for the present and upcoming school year. Applicants for the following fall who complete the application process by February 15 will be notified by March 1. Other applicants will be considered as they are received.
  • How can I obtain an application?

    The application process starts with an interview and campus tour. Please refer to our Applying to Liberty page for details on how to apply. 
  • Are students required to wear uniforms?

    Uniforms are required for students in grades K-12. There is a complete description of student dress requirements in the school student handbook.
  • What is the student/teacher ratio?

    Class sizes are kept low to ensure maximum attention and one-on-one time. Average class size for Lower, Middle, and Upper School is approximately 17:1.
  • What is the age cut-off date for a student?

    A student must be 4 years old by September 1 and completely toilet trained to enter the pre-kindergarten and 5 years old by September 1 of the current school year to enter Bridge or kindergarten.
  • How is admission determined?

    The Admissions Committee considers candidates who have submitted all required materials and completed each step of the application as outlined on the myLiberty Admissions Progress checklist. 

    Non-acceptance means the Admissions Committee cannot offer the applicant placement at that time. The application fee is non-refundable.
  • Does my student need to take an admissions test?

    Every student applying for 2nd – 12th grades is asked to take an ISEE assessment either at Liberty or elsewhere. The fee is paid directly to ERB and starts at $110, depending on the facility. The ISEE test is waived for students who have recently taken an accepted assessment alternative (such as the PSAT). The school code for Liberty Christian School is 570310.

1301 South Highway 377    |    Argyle, Texas 76226   |    940-294-2000

Liberty Christian School offers a Christ-centered, college preparatory education from prekindergarten through 12th grade with excellence in academics, fine arts, athletics, and spiritual life.