Liberty Collegiate Academy is a free, open-enrollment public charter school serving scholars in grades five through eight. As a part of the RePublic Schools network, Liberty Collegiate is dedicated to reimagining public education in the South.
We focus heavily on building strong foundational skills in math, reading, and computer science that set our scholars up for future academic success. Additionally, Liberty was named a Reward School by the state of Tennessee in 2019 — meaning that our school was among the top in the state of Tennessee in achievement, growth, and attendance.
WHAT SETS US APART
At Liberty Collegiate Academy, our mission is to ensure your scholar is on the path to college from the moment they step foot in our building. We will hold your scholar to high behavioral and academic expectations to help them be successful today and to prepare them for college and beyond. Additionally, we believe you are our partners in this work and as such, prioritize family engagement in order to build a safe and joyful environment in our schools. We are proud to serve scholars and families in East Nashville, including Madison, and North Nashville.
FOR OUR FAMILIES
Policies & Forms
Liberty Collegiate does not follow the same inclement weather policy as MNPS. In the event that school is cancelled or delayed due to weather, every family will receive a phone call. Current information will also be posted on our Facebook and office voicemail.
Liberty Collegiate FAQs
How much does your school cost?
Nothing! Our school is free. The only cost we ask you to incur is the cost of your scholar’s uniform.
Does your school have sports?
Yes! Our school has sports for boys and girls including basketball, cheerleading, and track and field, as well as a host of after school activities.
Does your school offer free and reduced lunch?
Yes! Our school participates in the free and reduced lunch program.
Do you offer transportation?
Yes! We have multiple bus stops.
Do you offer after school care?
No, but we do partner with organizations to ensure you have options for your scholar.