Liberty American School

43 Kinshasa Avenue, East Legon Accra-Ghana
About Us

At LAS, we hold most dear our core values of Christ, Excellence, and Community. We are guided by these values in everything we do. Christ is at the center of our school. We desire that children and parents see LAS as a stronghold of faith, preparing students to engage the world for Jesus Christ. Excellence is a hallmark of the school. We believe in preparing students through quality curriculum and to meet rigorous academic standards. At the heart of the school is our sense of community. We believe parents and educators should work together for the progress of each child. We are partners in the Christian, academic, and social development of each child.

Programs Offered
Nursery, Primary and Secondary Education
Admission Procedures

When in the country, a tour of the campus is highly recommended and can be scheduled with the Director of Admissions

History

In December of 2012, parents saw the need for a strong, independent Christian school in the East Legon suburb of Accra. Many of those in the diplomatic corps also expressed their desire to see a stable school open its doors. This school would not only seek strong academic, high-quality, Christian teaching, but would also operate in a well-informed and progressive environment, always developing the individual child. Inspired by this vision, Mrs. Cynthia Agyepong, School Founder and Executive Director, took prudent steps to open the doors of LAS on August 14th, 2013.

Address

43 Kinshasa Avenue, East Legon Accra-Ghana
Accra
Ghana

Location

School location

Liberty American School
Reviews:

Submitted by Phyllis Grobl (not verified) on Sat, 07/30/2016 - 18:57

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Dear Principal,
I am interested in placing my 11 year old son in your boarding school this coming academic year 2016-2017.

He is currently in a private school in Accra ghana but urgently need to refocus him as he has stalled in his school work and concentration.

Having heard so much of your school, I would like to kindly request for information to enable me gain admission when school reopens in September.

I would also consider a day student if it is what is available now.

I do not live in Ghana and so have very limited time when I fly in. I am counting on your kind understanding of my need and look forward to a favorable response.

Thank you and best regards
Phyllis Grobl (Mrs.)

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