A: Liberty Hill Success Academy will currently be housed at Liberty Hill High School.
A: LHSA offers individualized learning, a low teacher-student ratio, and flexible scheduling options.
A: The program will allow students to move through the lessons faster than a traditionally taught class and, upon finishing a ½ credit, move directly into a new course without waiting for the semester to end. Being a part of our unique program allows students to complete classes faster, and earn credits more quickly.
A: All classes are offered at a pace that meets the student's needs, although some classes are directly tied to the state STAAR test. These classes may have more traditionally taught elements to ensure that students are prepared for testing.
A: In order to apply, students must meet the following criteria:
A: We will review your application, essay, and teacher recommendation forms. You will receive a call to schedule an interview to further discuss our program and if you would succeed in our blended learning environment. If you are accepted, we will discuss the steps you will need to take in order to enroll. If you are not accepted, we will contact you directly to let you know.
A: Yes. LHSA is a program that is part of Liberty Hill High School through Liberty Hill ISD. You will have the opportunity to graduate and walk with your class in May.