Liberty Charter High School

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Liberty Charter High School
8425 Palm Street


United States
Coordinates32°44′04″N 117°1′08″W / 32.73444°N 117.01889°W / 32.73444; -117.01889Coordinates: 32°44′04″N 117°1′08″W / 32.73444°N 117.01889°W / 32.73444; -117.01889
TypePublic charter school
Established2008; 12 years ago (2008)
School districtSan Diego County Board of Education
PresidentKenny Vogan May 2019-May 2020
PrincipalDebbie Beyer
Campus typeSuburban
Color(s)Gold and Blue

Liberty Charter High School is located in the city of Lemon Grove, in the Greater San Diego area of San Diego County, California, United States. It is authorized by the San Diego County Board of Education.

It opened to freshman students in August 2008 and added a new class each school year. It is the first start-up charter school authorized by San Diego County Board of Education, and will eventually enroll over 450 students.[1]

A new campus was scheduled to be constructed in Santee, California, but after the recession started, the campus construction was put on hold due to lack of financing. During the 2009-2010 school year, Liberty was on the campus of its parent school, Literacy First Charter School. Liberty consisted of freshmen and sophomore's. Currently, LCHS is in the process of developing a new high school site in East County.

The high school is part of a K-12 program that is run by the non-profit Literacy First Schools K12.


  1. ^ Michele Clock. "Permit OK'd for charter school. Campus will be built in office park" The San Diego Union - Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: November 15, 2008. pg. EZ.1

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