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Liberty Middle School (Cluster: 7; Grades: 7-8, website) is one of the feeder middle schools for Centreville High School. They are both located on the same road less than two miles apart.
The school requires four core classes (Math, Science, History, and English) and P.E. for each student. Also, students can choose three electives (one in seventh grade, two in eighth). However, some electives are only for a semester or quarter instead of a full year, in which case a student may take more electives.
Of 1100+ students (2006–2007), Liberty Middle School demographics is 77% White, 3% Black, 12% Asian, 7% Hispanic
There are eight teams in the school:
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