Liberty's History

Liberty High School was opened in the fall of 1968 to serve the alternative needs of high school students.  Since that time, Liberty has gone through many changes in services.  Currently, Liberty High School is one of two continuation high schools in the Lodi Unified School District serving students ages 16-18 in the 11th and 12th grades. Plaza Robles High School is our sister continuation school that opened in 1991 to serve students from north Stockton. Students enrolled in Liberty come primarily from Lodi High School (enrollment 2100) and Tokay High School (enrollment 2,050) with its enrollment fluctuating between 125 and 150 students. 

The Liberty High School campus is a single building located in an older, residential section in the City of Lodi.  The initial purpose of the building was to house the industrial arts program for the original Lodi High School site, now known as Hutchins Street Square and located across the street from Liberty. The school’s population consists of students who are moderately to severely deficient in credit and are at-risk of not graduating from high school.  All students are enrolled voluntarily and reflect the local ethnic population, primarily White and Latino.