2017-18 Course Planning Guide
Enrollment for 2017-18
All students have met individually with counselors during January to review their course selections. Students will need to contact their counselor to make changes to course requests.
Can’t remember the courses you selected for next year?
To review your course requests, please do the following:
1. Log into PowerSchool
2. Click on Class Registration to view your requests. This is NOT a schedule for next year.
3. Review the courses.
Career Center Applications
Senior Year Planning
Click here to review the information presented by counselors on preparing for the senior year and post secondary plans.
Programs of Study--Career Planning Guides
Students are encouraged to consider their areas of interest as they select their high school courses.
Click here to review course options related to your career interest.
Previous Enrollment Guides
The following Career & Educational Planning Guides include details about all programs and courses offered at Liberty High School.
2017-18 Course Planning Guide (upcoming school year)
Northland Center for Advanced Professional Studies (Northland CAPS) provides high school students in the Northland with a professional, innovative and entrepreneurial education through full immersion in high demand/high skill careers.
Northland CAPS students solve real world problems, using business standard software, equipment and are mentored by real employers. Students gain experience working with real businesses, assisting and learning through meaningful projects. Early career professional skills like project management, creativity, business ethics, teamwork and time management are instructed, role modeled and measured.
Learning at Northland CAPS is real-time, real-world and hands-on. Emphasis is placed on developing professional skills, such as communication and collaboration, which employers deem highly important to individual success.
NCAPS SHADOW FORM - Click here to download
Career Center Programs
LHS has established partnerships with two different career centers in the Greater Kansas City area. Each career center offers programs geared toward high school juniors or seniors. Applications to attend these career centers will be made available during the registration period (January-February). For details about each career center, please click on the links below: