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Liberty High School
32255 Leon Rd
Winchester, CA 92596
Phone: (951) 940-5700

Business Hours:
Monday - Friday 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Liberty High School opened in August 2021 to 9th and 10th grade students. For the 2022-23 school year, the school will serve 9th-11th grade, and for the 2023-24 school year, all four grade levels will be present making 2024 the first graduating class!

The District will continue to utilize its existing “open enrollment policy” in which a student may choose to attend a school outside of his/her attendance area if space is available and if the student provides his/her transportation from home to the school of choice. This provides our families with the option to attend Liberty High School, or any high school within the District for that matter, based on programs offered at one school over another, or simply based on their personal preference. 

Students who will be in the 10th grade when Liberty High School opens may choose to stay at either Paloma Valley High School or Heritage High School to finish high school, or they may attend Liberty High School. However, students selecting the option to stay at Paloma or Heritage will not be provided transportation even if they were previously eligible. Transportation will continue to be offered to students living 5 or more miles from the school within their previous attendance boundary if they are in 11th or 12th grade during the 2021-22 school year, and to those who are in 12th grade during the 2022-23 school year.


Liberty High School - Four Pathway Schools

  • School of Business and Entrepreneurship
    By graduation: students will exhibit basic marketing, entrepreneurship, and business principles through culmination projects and activities related to the business sector.  
  • School of Engineering, Innovation, and Design
    By graduation: students will know how to work with other students to tackle problems, design experiments, and projects to arrive at solutions, and explore artistic expression in completing projects.
  • School of Public Service and Leadership
    By graduation: students will learn the skills needed to be work with and be a part of local, state, and federal governmental agencies.
  • School of Health Sciences and Medical Technology
    By graduation: students will learn how to provide compassionate and competent care, communicate effectively with patients and providers as well as ensure the delivery of optimal, professional, and innovative (medical) healthcare. 

Additional Contact Info

For questions about Registration please contact: 

For questions regarding English Language Learner students please contact: or

For questions about students who have an IEP please contact: or
Transition meetings will be set by your Current 8th grade Case Carrier'

For questions regarding transfers please contact: