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Bldg. 4-2843 Normandy Drive
Soldier Support Center
Fort Liberty, NC 23810
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Each installation provides information about the types of schools and programs offered on or near your installation for your child. Learn about the types of programs, guidelines and requirements for each school. Whether you choose to send your child to a Department of Defense School, a private school or public school, your installation can help you explore all of your options to make the right decision for you and your child.
In Cumberland County, which is the largest county near Fort Liberty, mission is to provide a safe, positive, and rigorous learning environment to prepare lifelong learners to reach their maximum potential. Serving nearly 50,000 students at 86 schools, Cumberland County School System is focused on meeting students' diverse learning needs. Their fully-accredited school system has a diverse student population representing more than 75 different countries and 82 different native languages. More than 13,000 CCS students are military/federally connected. Please call the County Public School Offices to ask which school your children will attend and the specific enrollment requirements for that school.
Requirements vary, depending on the area in which you reside. Bus service is provided free of charge.
Prior to registration, it is advised to confirm with the school that all requirements have been met. Usual requirements are: birth certificate or equivalent, legal proof of residence, and verification of physical examination within the past twelve months. Proof of immunization is also required. Age regulations vary. Pre-school facilities are also available at select schools. Cumberland County Schools, 910-678-2300.
The Fort Liberty Community is part of the DoDEA Americas Mid-Atlantic District. We have a total of 9 schools to serve students living on post in Pre-K through grade 8.
DoDEA Student Information System (DSIS) online registration is currently available for families registering in schools serviced by Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA). DSIS online registration reduces manual forms and makes it easy for parents to register their child for school.
DoDEA parents are also required to annually re-register their student(s). Schools will notify parents when it is time to re-register their students. During this process, parents will be able to update contact information, update Sponsor’s employment status, and indicate whether their student will return for the upcoming school year.
DoDEA recommends completing the online registration process using a desktop or laptop computer. The online registration process may not work on a mobile device.
Only Families that reside on the installation or will reside on the installation within 90 school days are approved to attend Fort Liberty Schools. Students of military retirees living on the installation cannot attend schools on Fort Liberty. Students of civilian employees living on post (NAF: Non-Appropriated Fund and GS: General Schedule) can attend Fort Liberty Schools.
The Fort Liberty School System is composed of two primary schools (pre-school – 2nd grades), one intermediate school (3rd – 5th grades), seven elementary schools (preschool – 5th grades), and two middle schools (6th and 8th grades). Students in grades nine through twelve attend high schools in Cumberland or Harnett Counties. Each school is under the direction of Fort Liberty School system is fully accredited by ADvancED.
One of the most unique aspects of Fort Liberty Schools is the work done with special needs children. The Special Education Program offers a full continuum of services to include consultation, inclusion, resource rooms, self-contained classes, and homebound instruction.
Eligible students receive services from Speech/Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Psychologists. An extended school year is available to students who demonstrate significant regression and recoupment issues.
Fort Liberty School Board
Fort Liberty Schools is under the direction of the North Carolina District Superintendent and a school board that serves in an advisory capacity. Board meetings are generally held monthly (except for July and August). The meetings are open to the public and parents are invited to attend.
Volunteers provide services and are also offered opportunity to learn first-hand about excellent programs in the schools. For more information about volunteering contact a school principal nearest you.
School Liaison Services (SLS)
The SLS is located in the Soldier Support Center on Normandy Dr. Bldg. 4-2843,4th floor, and can be reached by calling 910-396-3338- or toll free 866-567-5899 for the School Liason Office. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m -5pm.
Please be sure to bring a copy of the following information to the school when registering: Birth Certificate, Immunization Records, Record Proof of Residence on Fort Bragg, Social Security Number, Report Card (for the beginning of the year if student was promoted), Current Standardized Test Scores, Special Program Paperwork (Academically Gifted, English Language, etc).
If you have any questions contact DoDEA.