BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL
The PTA Officers of the La Libertad Central School for School Year 1993-1994 has made a resolution requesting the Municipal Mayor Atty. Napoleon N. Camero and the Sanguniang Bayan headed by Vice Mayor Engr. Lawrence D. Limkaichong to establish a Public High School for the graduating elementary pupils of that school year. Upon receipt of the resolution, the Sanguniang Bayan immediately made a resolution requesting the Provincial Government to help establish the secondary school.
Through the efforts of the town officials and the Provincial Government of Negros Oriental and the active participation of the parents and the community in 1994, the La Libertad National High School was established as La Libertad Community High School. It started with 5 teachers and four sections of first year students. The school was temporarily housed at the old two-storey Municipal Hall Building during its first year of operation.
In that year, the LGU of La Libertad made a Deed of Donation for a one hectare lot of the Town Plaza wherein the Municipal Mayor, Atty. Napoleon N. Camero signed as the Donor and the Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Carolino B. Mordeno, D.Ed. signed the acceptance in behalf of DECS, Division of Negros Oriental.
The school buildings were constructed at the corner of the donated lot in order to maintain the beauty and aesthetic value the town plaza. At present, the town plaza is also used for intramurals, playground demonstrations, CAT Drills and Ceremonies, religious events and sports activities such basketball, volleyball, soccer, baseball and athletics.
The establishment of La Libertad National High School has provided access for Secondary Education to all types of learners who are the sons and daughters of the poor people in the community. Although there is no tuition fee, the school has encouraged the parents to provide voluntary contributions and other form of assistance for the maintenance and other operating expenses of the school facilities and repair and maintenance of equipment. The school has also submitted project proposals to other government agencies, and business communities for assistance for construction of our school buildings and purchase of equipment.