Americas High School is proud to announce the opening of the Libertas Academy, which will be implemented for the 2013-14 school year.
The Libertas Academy is designed to prepare students seeking post-secondary opportunities leading to career and college-readiness in all aspects of the judicial system, government and public administration.
Americas High School has a notable reputation for continued high success with their mock trial, speech and debate and Skills USA teams making it an excellent school to offer this pre-law and government academy. In addition, involvement from community members, including District Attorney Jaime Esparza, will make the academy a world-class opportunity for SISD students.
Incoming freshmen may apply for the Libertas Academy. Transportation will be provided for all students who are accepted into the academy.
A parent meeting to learn more about the Libertas Academy will be at 6 p.m. April 1 in the library at Americas High School. The deadline to apply for the academy is April 5 and students will be notified if they are accepted to the academy by April 15.