Pittsburgh Liberty K-5
A Spanish Emphasis School
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ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Pittsburgh Liberty K-5 is located in the heart of Shadyside and is a school-wide Magnet program with an emphasis in Spanish. If learning a foreign language is important to you, Pittsburgh Liberty K-5 is the right place! Beginning in kindergarten and continuing through grade 5, teachers routinely use Spanish throughout the day. In addition, students receive direct instruction in the language. Students also learn about the culture of many Spanish speaking countries throughout the year. Classrooms adopt a country for a semester, learning about its geography, history, and culture. As a culminating activity, students, teachers and staff share their knowledge and expertise with each other and their families.
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Liberty K-5, located at 601 Filbert St, was built in 1911. The 4 story building a total area of 52,071 square feet.