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High School 9-12

Summer School 2024

Dates: June 3 - June 28 (No School on June 19) 
Enrollment will run from March 1 - May 1

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Liberty North High School
1000 NE 104th St
Liberty, MO 64068
Phone: 816.736.5500
AM Session: 7:30 - 11:15     PM Session: 11:45-3:30
Summer school class schedules will be emailed out in May!

High School Handbook

We will offer in-person and virtual classes this summer! 
All in-person classes will be held at Liberty North High School.

Things you need before enrolling:

  • 9 digit Student # (The Student# can be found under the A+ Program tab in Power School)
  • Student's first  name must be capitalized : 
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  • Health information: Do you have any health concerns and/or taking medications during the day?  If yes, you will need this information to enroll. 
  • Who is my Counselor for the 2023-2024 school year? 

Click Here to Enroll

Summer School Questions?

Summer school 2024 Administration
Mr. Joshua Baldwin (Virtual)
Dr. Rose Taney (Virtual)
Ms. Maddie Backes (In-Person)
Mr. Art Smith (In-Person)


Daily attendance is expected and is essential to your success in summer school.  More than two (2)days of absence will result in being dropped from the summer school program without appeal.  Three (3) Tardies equal one day of absence. 
Not logging onto canvas for a 24 hour period will count as one day of absence. 

Food Services
Breakfast and lunch will be available for students who attend summer school.

Out of District
Out of District students can enroll in Summer School. 
To enroll your student, please click here to fill out the form.
Students will need to provide their own transportation to and from LNHS for in-person summer school.

A+ Tutoring
A+ opportunities this summer will be very limited.  If you are interested in tutoring hours, please contact your respective Assistant Principal for further information. 
LHS A+ Web Page and Contact Information
LNHS A+ Web Page and Contact Information 


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