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Our Mission

Our Mission

The mission of Liberty Baptist Academy is to equip leaders, train believers, and produce achievers for the cause of Jesus Christ.

Our students believe in being:

In our Community
In our School

In the Lord Jesus Christ
In our Service to God and Others

In Academics
Of Christ’s Character

Expected Student Outcome

The Motto of Liberty Baptist Academy is:
2 Corinthians 5:20 “Now then we are ambassadors for Christ…” It is for this reason that we expect our students to represent Jesus Christ now and in the future.

We Want Our Students To Be Leaders.

  • To be a Christlike example to others
  • To be salt and light
  • To learn to obey and follow
  • To be prepared to lead when necessary

We Want Our Students To Be Believers.

  • To represent Christianity to this world
  • To uphold the Word of God
  • To share Jesus to the lost and give hope to a dying world
  • To continue to grow in their walk with the Lord
  • To practice Biblical values and morality

We Want Our Students To Be Achievers.

  • To develop their God-given abilities and to use them for the glory of God
  • To have the mentality of working hard
  • To lean on God’s strength to be productive members of society
  • To utilize the necessary skills to make wise decisions

Equal Enrollment Policy

Liberty Baptist Academy believes that spiritual unity among all its students is as essential to the fulfillment of its mission as providing a quality academic experience (1 Cor. 1:10; Eph. 4:1-4, 16). Liberty Baptist Academy further believes that all men are created equal in the image of God (Gen. 1:27; Acts 17:26) and, therefore, are to be afforded equal opportunity in all areas (See also Eph. 6:9).

Enrollment to LBA will be based on academic testing and qualifications, character, and membership at Liberty Baptist Church or one of her sister ministries. Liberty Baptist Academy does not discriminate in enrollment and other opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, sex (as determined at birth and not subject to change), national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law, except when an otherwise protected characteristic is a bona fide occupational qualification and except as provided below.

As a religious academic entity, Liberty Baptist Academy is legally permitted to make enrollment decisions based upon religious criteria, including doctrinal and lifestyle issues. It is the policy of Liberty Baptist Academy to enroll only students of like-faith who subscribe without reservation to the Liberty Baptist Academy Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct and who are living out these doctrines and standards in all areas of their lives, both at and away from campus and other school functions.

Furthermore, Liberty Baptist Academy is legally permitted to make enrollment decisions concerning its students based upon any criteria it deems appropriate, regardless of whether those criteria include otherwise legally protected characteristics.

Nothing contained in this Equal Enrollment Policy should be construed to limit Liberty Baptist Academy’s constitutionally and statutorily protected right to make enrollment decisions based on otherwise legally protected characteristics.

Liberty Baptist Academy will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship. This policy governs all aspects of enrollment and student life, including testing, academia, athletics, and all other extracurricular activities.

Any stakeholder with questions or concerns about any type of discrimination in the workplace is encouraged to bring these issues to the attention of the administration. Stakeholders can raise concerns and make reports without fear of reprisal. Anyone found to be engaging in any type of unlawful discrimination will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including expulsion (students) or termination of employment (staff).




Sections of the Health and Safety code of the State of Nevada require Poliomyelitis Immunizations of all school students. 

Code “…no minor or adult shall be admitted to any public or private elementary or secondary school as a pupil unless such a person has, prior to admission, been immunized against agents approved by the State Department of Public Health.”

A child cannot attend until the health issues and required immunizations are completed.


If a student has a serious medical condition, parents need to list three friends or relatives who can be contacted in the event of an emergency.  Parents may also grant the school permission to dispense Tums, Ibuprofen, Benadryl, Midol, or aspirin to the student. Without specific written permission, the school will not be able to dispense any medication.  Any allergies should also be noted.

Should a student require medication to be kept on campus, Liberty Baptist Academy requires the following protocols to be recognized and adhered to with the full understanding that parents are ultimately responsible for their student’s complete health and safety. Following LBA’s medicinal policies allows this institution to maintain a safe environment and one conducive to an ideal learning environment for the student while assisting with the student’s minor medical needs. Should the student require continual medications for an illness, virus, or other acute medical scenarios, parents are encouraged to seek the assistance of a medical professional while allowing the student to remain at home for rest and recuperation. Necessary medications may be administered by school personnel consistent with legal requirements when following these policies:

  • All medications are to be labeled with the student’s name and turned in to the school office for safekeeping.
  • Medicine distribution information (i.e. dosage and frequency) must be written down to be kept with the medication.
  • The student is to come to the office for the administration of any medications when needed.
  • Any expired medication will be given to the parents to dispose.
  • Only medication provided by the parents will be administered to students. Staff, faculty, and other students will not be permitted to share personal medications of any kind.

Please note that if any of the above policies are not adhered to, Liberty Baptist Academy cannot be held responsible for any resulting medical symptoms or complications. It is the parents’ responsibility to ensure that all policies are followed completely.

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Las Vegas, NV 89108

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