By MyBaseGuide Staff Member

More than 10,000 children are enrolled in the Liberty County School System. The average student-teacher ratio is 15-to-1 with some schools having more or less students per teacher. About 85 percent of 12th-grade students receive a diploma. For those wishing to home-school, check with the Home Schooling Association, the School Liaison Office and the Liberty County Board of Education for specific curriculum and requirements. The Liberty County School System has two high schools, three middle schools and eight elementary schools. There is one private school and one alternative school. All are accredited by the state. All Liberty County public schools offer transportation for students to school based on distance lived from school. Breakfast and lunch is provided on a free, reduced or full-price fee schedule. The Pryme Tyme program offered through the YMCA provides before- and after-school care at their respective schools for elementary school children. Each school offers before- and after-school, sports and exceptional student programs. You can ask about specific programs once you register or by going to the Liberty County School System Web page. One college is located in Hinesville: Savannah Tech. Additional information about DOD and local schools is available through the post’s School Liaison Office. This office is available to assist families and children when transitioning from one school system to another by providing information on local schools, assisting parents with special education needs and issues, and providing transition support. School liaison officers can be reached at Fort Stewart by calling 912-767-6533 and at Hunter Army Airfield by calling 912-315-6586.



Get the latest news and military discounts