Liberty City

Now enrolling for August 2022! Grades 3-6.

With Primer Microschools, we’re reimagining the school system to create better educational experiences for everyone. Just like other schools, microschools are full-day and in-person, but our students get the individual attention they deserve and tools to learn at their own pace.

Important dates

Student diagnostic day

Make-up days: Aug 6 & Aug 20

Back to school night

1st day of school!

Typical school day

Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 3:00pm

Drop-off: 8:15 to 8:30am

Pick-up: 2:45 to 3:00pm

Education team

Microschool leader


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Celeste Taylor has been an educator for 24 years. She has experience as a preK to 3rd grade teacher, ESOL educator, and an as ESE specialist. She is passionate about literacy and reading.


Diana holds a Bachelor's degree from Rutgers University and has been an educator of young children for 7 years. She has experience as a Team Leader, and most recently as a Director of Summer Programming in Los Angeles, CA.


Monique Bridges has 7 years of experience teaching at the elementary level. She has been the leader of her 3rd grade team and is also a recipient of the New Teacher Award and Bright Spot Award.


Apryl Shackelford has 19 years of experience teaching and leading across grades K-6 in Miami and Jacksonville. She is a former District Teacher of the Year and a State of Florida Teacher of the Year finalist.

Virtual teachers (Grades 3-5)


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Shanlee Apeiron has 11 years of experience teaching grades 2-5 with special focuses in STEM, project-based learning and gifted programs. She’s a National Board Certified teacher who loves to give students ownership of their own learning by advocating for their own passions in a creative way.


Brittney Jeffries has 7 years of elementary experience in North Carolina and Philadelphia. She’s a Founding Kindergarten and First-Grade Teacher, and most recently she spent three years as a K to 4th grade Reading Interventionist.


Jasmin Song has 6 years of elementary teaching experience in New York City, where she taught Grades K-4 and served as a Kindergarten Grade Team Leader and Literacy Specialist. She was recognized for her contributions by being named the 2019 Excellence Award recipient.


Sydney Diana has 7 years of experience teaching 3rd and 4th grade in New York City. Most recently, she spent the last 3 years as a 4th grade team lead. She was recognized as a Labsite teacher, where she hosted classroom observations and created instructional videos to improve teacher practice across the school’s network.


Myra McCormick has 20 years of experience as a teacher and school leader in Boston, New York, and Seattle. Past positions include 5th grade team and instructional leader, founding Dean of Academics and Principal, and Founding Assistant Principal. She’s excited to get back to what she loves - teaching science.

Virtual teachers (Grades 6)

Our accredited curriculum partner Great Minds Virtual will be teaching our 6th grade courses. Please refer to Great Minds Virtual for more information about their excellent curriculum and educators.

Financial aid

We offer financial aid to families so that cost is never a barrier to attending our schools. We accept scholarships offered by the state of Florida and offer our own income-based scholarships. In combination, these programs make our schools affordable for every family.

The state of Florida has income-based scholarships, scholarships for students with IEPs or special needs, and scholarships for students that have experienced bullying. You can learn more and apply for these programs at stepupforstudents.org.

Step Up for Students scholarships

Once you apply for the Step Up for Students scholarship and receive an email awarding that scholarship, there’s nothing further to do at this time. We recognize that Step Up for Students has communicated an August 1 deadline. You may receive an email notice from them informing you that your scholarship is no longer active. There’s nothing to worry about and nothing to do at this time. We are in communication with Step Up for Students and these scholarships will be reinstated before the first day of school.

Apply now