Dear LCHS Parents,

On July 1, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill (AB) 104 that allows students to request a grade change for any class they took during the 20-21 school year. This grade change would replace a letter grade, with a Pass/No Pass grade. The request form for these grade changes is attached below, as well as a list of post-secondary institutions that have agreed to accept a Pass/No Pass grade for admission. The deadline to make these requests will be August 18th. Please submit questions to If you would like to make a request for a grade change, please submit the required form (attached below) to Daniel Sanchez (Vice Principal of Student Services).

Thank You
Daniel Sanchez

Download AB104 Form


Liberty Charter high School is dedicated to helping every student graduate as a literate citizen, self-directed learner, effective communicator, values-conscious thinker, and responsible community leader. Personally invested in the success of each individual, our staff facilitates the learning of all students through a rigorous academic program, explicit character development, and extracurricular activities.


At Liberty Charter high School, we value parents as an integral part of the team as we maintain a safe environment where every student is known, develops strong character, grows academically, and graduates with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in college, career, and life after college. Providing a traditional and comprehensive high school experience to a small student body, Liberty Charter High School offers students the unique experience of a broad range of curricular and extracurricular opportunities within and intimate setting that maximizes accountability.


• Credentialed teachers
• AP / Honors / CP courses
• Community service projects
• Regular and block scheduling
• Safe environment
• International travel
• Access to online courses
• UC approved classes
• Career exploration courses
• Access to dual credit classes
• Extracurricular activities
• Sports
• Clubs
• Academic support
• WASC accredited


As a result of federal legislation in 1992, the government provides for the development of charter schools. These schools operate outside of the traditional public school education code. Charter schools have been developed all across the nation. California has hundreds of charter schools throughout the state. Charter schools generally have a particular focus area. Each school is guided by its particular charter which outlines the specific manner in which the mission of the school will be implemented.

Charter schools allow for a new freedom, which may not be found in the traditional system. Differences may range from the way the school is governed to the specific type of educational program implemented on a day-to-day basis.

Charter schools are public schools, and funded through the use of state and federal funds, just as the traditional public school. Charter schools are free! They are a unique blend of business and education, realizing that customer satisfaction is important to the success of the school.



Primary Academy (K-3)
799 East Washington Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 579-7232
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1012 E. Bradley Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 596-5665
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698 West Main Street , El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 579-7233
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Liberty Charter High School (9-12)
8425 Palm Street,Lemon Grove, CA 91945
(619) 668-2131
Fax: (619) 668-2133

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