Course Selection, Catalog, & Liberty Pathways


  • Course Selection Information

     

    All students (both Virtual and F2F) will have access to the following information on their JayBlock Course in Canvas.
     
    If students need to see which classes they have taken and which classes/credits they still need, please see THIS Graduation Progress Video. Students will be able to view their Graduation Progress via their PowerSchool.
     
    2022 Timeline Information 
     
    January 12
    Students will watch a screencast in JayBlock on the Course Catalog, Course Selection Form, Transcript and Graduation Progress. 
    January 25
    Students will watch a screencast in JayBlock (Special JayBlock day) about how to enter their courses into the database. They will then turn in their Course Selection Form to their teacher.
    January 27 and 28
    Counselors present a lesson on the Course Catalog and Course Selection Form to LMS and DMS students.
    January 31-February 4
    Counselors meet with students in American Government classes for individual course advisement.
    February 7-11
    Counselors meet with students in World History classes for individual course advisement.
    February 14-18
    Counselors meet with students in American History and AP Human Geography classes for individual course advisement.
    February 28 & March 1
    Counselors present a lesson on entering courses, provide individual advisement and collect forms at LMS
    March 3 & March 4
    Counselors present a lesson on entering courses, provide individual advisement and collect forms at DMS
  • Course Catalogs/Coursebook

     

    Students and parents are able to use the LPS 2021-2022 Coursebook to search for classes and see course descriptions. 
     
    To access the Coursebook, please click HERE

     

  • MSHAA Eligibility

    Please note the following criteria: 

    To participate in Missouri State High School Activities Association activities (this includes all athletics,  cheerleading, pom, academic competitions, Debate, Forensics, band or vocal district/state contests, and theatre competitions), you must pass six (6) credit earning classes in the semester preceding  competition and be enrolled in six (6) credit earning classes during the semester of competition. 

     

  • LPS College and Career Readiness Guide

    Click here to see many of the opportunities Liberty Public Schools have to offer your student to prepare them for life beyond high school.

  • Liberty Pathways

    Arts and Communication  Business Management and Technology  Health Services  Human Services  Industrial and Engineering Technology  Natural Resources and Agriculture


  • LPS Graduation Requirements

    Post-High School Admissions Requirements

    Directions for requesting transcripts directly from institutions for dual credit courses.

    Tentative Dual Credit Courses