Young Scientists at Liberty Triumph at Contest

Last Saturday, Liberty students competed in a regional Science Olympiad at Northlake College in Irving. Science Department Chair Heather Lytle and teacher Stephanie Ritter took 30 Liberty students who competed against 22 other teams.   “Our Division B team won fourth place overall!” announced Lytle. “A special thanks goes to...

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Grandparent’s Day Promises to Make Memories in Early Childhood and Lower School this Week

From March 2010 Liberty Christian School’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Lower School will host Grandparent’s Day this week. “It’s the highlight of the year,” said Lower School Principal Karen Watts. “Being a grandparent myself, it blesses me to see grandparents with their grandchildren on this very special...

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Students Experience Music History and Folk Art at House of Blues

A story by Dr. Martin Noto, Middle School principal  Earlier in March, 13 faculty members along with 103 seventh graders traveled by bus for their fine arts excursion held annually every spring semester. The destination was a well-planned trip to the House of Blues in the West End district of Dallas.  Upon arrival, teachers and...

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Liberty Students Return from Successful Mission Trip to Ireland

During Spring Break, Liberty mission teams traveled to Ireland to work with churches, Christian schools, nursing homes, and orphanages. On the trip, 146 Upper School students and 54 adults served as ambassadors for Christ overseas.  “God was proclaimed greatly wherever we went,” said Claire Batey, eighth grade English...

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Liberty’s Baseball Team Plays it Forward to Help Others

Liberty’s Varsity and Junior Varsity Baseball team held a camp earlier this semester for younger boys who aspire to be great in baseball. Head baseball coach Johnny Isom and coach Craig Oglesby also were a part of the camp’s success.  Why did the camp take place and why were so many students and coaches involved to make it such...

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Students Prepare for Easter with Cross Exam

Starting this Monday, Liberty will hold chapels each morning before the Easter holiday for Middle and Upper School students. This annual 3-day chapel experience is known as Cross Examination. These chapels remind students of Christ’s sacrifice and the wonderful gift given to all. Cross Exam allows students a chance to reflect on...

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Warrior Baseball Wins District Game; Next One at Home this Monday

Last Saturday, the Warrior Baseball Team opened district play against Arlington Grace Prep in a two-game series. The Warriors played game No. 1 on the road and earned the victory by a score of 2-0.  Junior Chad Nack pitched six scoreless innings to earn the victory, and junior Trevor Simms pitched the seventh inning to earn the...

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Liberty Parent is Local Hero – Nominated for National Award

A North Texas father is a finalist for a national award after saving the life of a driver who was having a seizure on Interstate 35E. Bryan Jacobs, of Justin, is among 10 finalists from around the country for the Citizen Service Above Self Honors, which recognizes people for performing “a single act of extraordinary...

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Liberty Baseball Wins Third Place at Killeen Tournament

Last weekend the Warrior Baseball team earned the third place trophy in the Killeen Shoemaker Classic Tournament.   In the tournament on Thursday, Liberty beat Austin Travis, 15-0, and Harker Heights, 14-2. Liberty pitchers Michael Smith and Jared Cook threw a combined no-hitter versus Austin Travis.  On Friday, Liberty won...

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Lower School Earns Superior Award at Math Olympics

Liberty’s Lower School students in third through fifth grades successfully competed at the 2010 Area Math Olympics Competition held recently at Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano. Each student competed in a series of four rounds of testing in either the “Computation” or “Reasoning”...

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Liberty Band Excels at Competition and Prepares for State

The Liberty Band traveled recently to the Texas Private School Music Education Association (TPSMEA) for its Solo and Ensemble competition in Dallas.  “Wow! It was an amazing day for LCS bands,” said Scott Himel, band director.  Fourteen student events, which include a combination of solos and groups, will advance and...

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Liberty’s Middle School Science Team Advances to State

Liberty sent 50 seventh and eighth grade students to the Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair (FWRSEF) earlier this month. Students from Tarrant, Denton, and surrounding counties competed in both high school and junior high divisions in different categories of science, such as animal science, chemistry, environmental...

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Liberty’s Academic Team Wins Second Place Overall

Liberty’s TAPPS District Academic team placed second place overall recently at the meet at Abilene Christian University. From here, the top four finishers will compete at the State Meet in Austin in April.  “These students worked very hard and have a lot to be proud of,” said Misty Baptiste, fine arts departments...

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Fifth and Sixth Grade Choir Receives Top Honors

The fifth and sixth grade choir recently traveled to Azle, Texas, to perform in the ACSI Music Contest held at Azle Christian School. The Liberty choir received a rating of “I” – meaning superior for all three pieces and from all three judges.  “I am so proud of each choir member,” said Shara Collins, Lower School...

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Liberty mourns the loss of Richard Scofield, Varsity Head Coach and Upper School Teacher

Dear Liberty Family, It is with a heavy heart that we are to inform you that our Boy’s Basketball Head Coach and Upper School Teacher, Richard Scofield, suffered a heart attack and has gone on to be with the Lord. We ask that you please keep the Scofield family in your prayers during this difficult time. We will follow up with...

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Inaugural Track Meet at Liberty Honors Former Coach

The Bubba Joiner Invitational began at Liberty in 2010 – this story appeared in the Denton Record-Chronicle in March of 2010. Bubba Joiner touched a lot of lives in his 37 years in coaching, and now some of his former co-workers are paying him back. Joiner, who coached football and track at Liberty Christian for six years...

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Liberty Re-enrollment 96 Percent

Thank you for your partnership – Liberty Christian School is excited to announce that we have a 96 percent re-enrollment rate for the 2010-2011 school year!  In comparison, the ACSI national average is only 77% – what a testimony to your faithful committment. We are thankful you have chosen to educate your children at...

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Liberty Art Students Take First Place in District

Congratulations to Liberty Christian School that took first place in District Art competition, held on Tuesday, February 23, 2010. The rankings, individual student winners, and their type of art are listed below. First through fourth place winners qualify to compete at State on March 26-27, 2010. First Place Senior Sarah Masten...

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Warrior Varsity Baseball Team Wins James Taylor Classic Tournament

Last weekend the Warrior baseball team won the 2010 James Taylor Classic Tournament played in Denton at the Ryan High School Raider Field and the Denton High School Bronco Field. The tournament was held Thursday, Feb. 25 to Saturday, Feb. 27.  In the tournament on Thursday, Liberty beat Corsicana, 7-1, and Abilene, 10-2. On Friday,...

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The Online Campus’ Recent Class a Big Hit, as shared on Radio Talk Show – Listen Here!

The Online Campus continues to make great strides in its preparation for the 2010-2011 school year. Last week they were featured on KWRD’s radio program “Consumer Magazine” with host Ron Taylor on the Word 100.7 FM. Interviewed were Rob Shiflet, president of the Online Campus, and Michelle Simms, director of...

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Liberty Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer Coaches Named District Coaches of the Year

It is an honor to have a Liberty coach named district coach of the year, but it is even more extraordinary to have two Liberty coaches deemed with that honor, and from the same sport. Head Girls Varsity Soccer Coach Patrick Kevlin recently won district coach of the year in his very first season in leading Liberty girls soccer. He...

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From Teddy Bears to “Pennies for Patients,” Liberty Students Busy at Making a Difference

Starting early in the year, Liberty’s National Honor Society and Student Council began planning community service opportunities, with the direction of their faculty sponsors, Rhonda Smith and Becky Shirley.  Their first service opportunity was in the fall in the form of a canned food drive. They collected non-perishable items...

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Spanish Honor Society Helps Haiti

The Spanish Honor Society, under the direction of sponsor Kate Davis, raised $240 last week during a bake sale at Liberty for the “Sunshine School” in Haiti. Students baked the goods and sold them during Upper School lunchtime. It is great that the Spanish Honor Society is looking for ways to make a difference in places...

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Students Seek to Make Impact in Ireland Next Week

For the past 13 years, Liberty Christian School has taken Upper School students on mission trips around the world. When Spring Break begins at the end of next week, Liberty Student Ministries will team up with the Liberty Chorale to take more than 140 students to southern Ireland. They will send five ministry teams through the...

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