Families that will be enrolling new students to LPS will start the process online.

    The 3 steps to enrolling your child are provided below:

    Step 1: The process can begin from the comforts of your own home using your home computer (or any computer with Internet access). Begin by visiting the LPS student enrollment website. When arriving here, simply follow the directions to complete the on-line application, download (and print if possible) any necessary forms, and gather the requested student information documents (listed in Step 3).

    Step 2: You will then be directed to schedule a time to visit your student's school to complete the enrollment process. If you're not sure which LPS school your child is to attend, simply click here. If you would have further questions, don't hesitate to call the LPS Transportation Office at 736-5360.

    Step 3: Visit your child's school at your scheduled time, and bring the following documents to secure your student's enrollment:

    • Parent/Legal Guardian - Photo ID
    • Current proofs of residency- all must be dated within 60 days
      • 2 different utility bills - gas, water, or electric only
      • OR a lease agreement 
      • OR a non-contingent sales contract 
      • OR a settlement statement
    • Your child's state-issued birth certificate
    • Your child's immunization record

    South Valley Middle School Address:

    1000 Midjay Dr - Liberty, MO 64068

    *Note: There are two schools on the same campus. South Valley is the southernmost school.


    After you are enrolled (Step 3) at South Valley Middle School, it will usually take a few days to get all the information processed and a student started. This is dependant upon an immunization record check by the nursing staff as well as course selection upon receiving any necessary academic records from the student's previous school.

    A counseling department staff member will be in contact with you about the start date and any questions. It's our goal to make sure the student can start as quickly as possible, while still making sure the scheduling needs are covered.