Liberty Creek High School is a 386,000 s.f. facility designed for grades 9-12. The main academic building is 313,000 s.f. and has a core capacity of 1,600 students.
The 268-acre total campus was master planned for three schools, athletic facilities and an 88-acre park with 3 miles of walking trails, scenic overlooks, an amphi-theater, and pavilion to match the Revolutionary War era homestead on the property. The campus is located in Gallatin, Tennessee in Sumner County.
The goal of the Educational Program was to provide a state-of-the-art High School as one part of a total campus to include separate 6-8 Middle School and PreK- 5 School in an ever-growing area of Sumner County to alleviate overcrowding in adjacent districts. This goal was met by providing a facility designed with growth in mind and providing a safe learning environment promoting academics, extracurricular activities, and community pride.
The main entrances features secure vestibules mandating all visitors check-in before proceeding into the school.