Accreditation

Accreditation by a state governmental agency is an administrative mechanism designed as an attempt to attain uniform education for all children in governmental schools. It was established as a governmental means of causing local public school districts to meet what the state educational agencies determined to be minimum academic and facility standards for governmental schools.

Liberty Baptist Academy is recognized by the Florida Department of Education and the A.C.E. curriculum is highly approved by the state; and has national accreditation. Accredition is not necessary for a graduate of a private school to enroll in a college or university. SAT and CAT scores will help serve a student for admission requirements.