About This School
In 2011, Liberty Point Elementary School had 13 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Georgia average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Liberty Point Elementary School Reviews
My son has been attending Liberty Point since Pre-K, but now he's in the 4th grade. He has experience difficulties learning and keeping up in class less than the average student. They have helped my son improve dramatically in areas that was very challenging to him. I can proudly say that education is the root of his success.
My daughter attended this school the very first year it was build in 2002, was an honor student from K to 5. She went on to Middle school where she is a senior this year, ready for high school. My second daughter is a first grader at this school now, and I can tell you that in all those years (9 total) I have never had a major complaint. The administration does their best, and I know that if the parents would do their part by getting more involved in their children's academic life by showing up to school often and together helping the school grow in a positive way, the results will speak for themselves. The school administration can not do it alone. Remember the equation is Student + Parent + Teacher = Success!!! Moreover, each individual experience is different... As for me I have nothing bad to say about this school. Everybody there does their best, and that is all we can expect from anyone.
This School is great my kids attend this school, they never complain about this school they like it.
I think Liberty Point is a horrible school. If you want your child singing, rapping, and learning the latest dances, this would be the place. My child attended this school and we were not happy. The teachers complain about how bad the kids are, the administrators are not effective, and there is no organization. My daughter would come home each day complaining about the school. I would not recommend this school to anyone. Pros: The school is relatively new. Cons: too many to list. Sorry :(
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