Education

Liberty Independent School District

As a community-wide partnership with a shared sense of pride, Liberty ISD ensures that each student reaches his or her fullest potential and becomes a contributing citizen in an ever-changing, competitive world. The District employs over 390 highly-skilled and caring employees who engage students and welcome parent participation.





Liberty County Workforce Academy

The Liberty community is benefited by four exceptional vocational institutions uniquely partnered to form the Liberty County Workforce Academy (LCWA). The Academy offers customized training and services in professional and workforce development under the guidance of Lamar Institute of Technology, Lee College, Lone Star College and San Jacinto College.

The Liberty Community Development Corporation enables LCWA scholarships to eligible Liberty ISD students and adults residing within the district seeking to enter the workforce or improve existing skills.


Colleges and Universities

It is a short commute to higher education for Liberty residents intent on a university degree. Some of the nation’s premier research facilities are located on these campuses. Together these institutions provide leading edge education and training to meet the challenging requirements of industry and offer residents and businesses the opportunity to continually update their skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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    Safe and reliable utility and telecommunication services are essential to maintaining Liberty’s quality of life, supporting economic development, and protecting the health and well-being of residents.

    That’s the power of Liberty.”

 

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