• Welcome to Liberty Park Elementary!

    We are a public, suburban, elementary school with an enrollment of 650 students in grades K through 5th located within the planned urban development of Liberty Park. We are a learning community of incredible students, fantastic parents, and superior teachers! We work together as a team. There exists a strong feeling of community within the school and throughout the neighborhood. The support we receive from the Liberty Park community is significant and our PTO is extremely dedicated and energetic.

    Students, parents, and teachers working together--this creates a strong tripod of individuals devoted to our goal of life long learning. Student learning is our focus and we believe strongly in continuous improvement. Liberty Park's test scores are consistently near the top of scores in the state. Our students are not only strong academically but consistently receive accolades at the local and state level in the areas of music and art. Physical Education has also been recognized at the state level for significant participation in Jump Rope for Heart.

    Community service is a vital part of the Liberty Park Strategic Plan. Our plan is closely aligned with the school system?s strategic plan. As you "surf" our website, I hope you begin to sense the culture of our school.

    We work very hard to do what is best for our children! In summary, I would like to share our Liberty Park Creed with you. We recite it daily to remind us why we are here. We literally take it to heart and try to live it:

    I believe in myself and I am here to succeed.

    I am responsible, respectful, safe, and prepared.

    I will do all I can to help myself and others learn.

    I will do my best because everything I do today will affect my tomorrow.


    Ty Arendall, Principal


     Total: 655
    Kindergarten: 103
    First Grade: 101
    Second Grade: 106
    Third Grade: 107
    Fourth Grade:  114
    Fifth Grade:  124
    Established in 1970
    One Senior High School,  two Middle Schools, and five Elementary Schools
    All schools accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
    Professional Suburban Residential
    Approximately 32,000 residents
    South of Birmingham, Alabama