Liberty was built in two stages, beginning with the west section of the building which was formerly St. Valentine Church. The school's newer section was built on the east side from the rectory and convent.
Liberty currently houses 563 students enrolled in kindergarten through third grade. The school has a proud history of learning and building literacy in core subject areas including the arts and technology. Liberty teachers are highly qualified and skilled in providing differentiated learning
Mission and Vision
Liberty exists as an educational institution to provide a safe environment where students can acquire the foundational skills necessary to be empowered, productive citizens of a diverse society.
Liberty will differentiate instruction in order for students to master reading, writing, mathematics and technology, empowering students to be critical thinkers and leaders in their school community.
illinois report card
The Illinois Report Card is an annual report released by the Illinois State Board of Education that shows how the state, and each school and district, are progressing on a wide range of educational goals. The Report Card offers a complete picture of student and school performance in order to inform and empower families and communities as they support their local schools.
There are three versions of the Illinois Report Card for the state, schools, and districts. The first version is the Classic Report Card. This is a static, printable, PDF version of the official Report Card. The second version is the Illinois Interactive Report Card of IIRC. This version is web-based, intuitive, and allows for users to view performance comparisons between school and districts, review trend data, and break data into subcategories. The third version is the At-a-Glance report, which is a two-page downloadable document containing a more graphic representation of key Report Card data elements.
To view all versions of Liberty's Report Card please CLICK HERE
The 5Essentials were developed by the University of Chicago Urban Education Institute, in partnership with Chicago Public Schools. Past research has shown that schools strong on at least three of the five essentials are 10 times more likely to improve student learning than schools weak on three or more of the five essentials.
For 2022, Liberty Elementary School is partially organized for improvement. To view more detailed results from the survey please click HERE