Scientists at Liberty Compete in State Olympiad

Four Liberty Science Olympiad teams placed at the state competition last weekend at Texas A&M as they competed against 30 other schools from across the state.  “Congratulations on a great Science Olympiad weekend,” said Heather Lytle, science department chair. “I appreciate everyone’s great attitudes and desire to do...

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Warrior Baseball in Playoffs Saturday

The Warrior baseball team is entering the most exciting time of the season as they enter into the TAPPS 1-4A baseball playoffs.  “Playoff season is a very familiar place for this group of Warriors who enter into the race as the defending state champions,” said Johnny Isom, head baseball coach.  The Warriors come into the...

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Liberty Faculty and Students Triumph in Writing Competition

Liberty students recently competed and placed in the 2010 North Central Texas College’s annual contest.  Seventh grade English teacher Nancy Perry said, “The first, second, and third place winners in every category have their works published in the annual NCTC awards booklet called the ‘April Perennial,’ so that makes them...

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Regional Track Meet at Liberty on Friday

The 2010 TAPPS North-3A and North-4A regional track meet will be held at Liberty this Friday.  “It is great we have the opportunity to host the regional meet again this year at Liberty Christian School,” said girls head track coach Jamie Michalek.  “We had three district champions from the meet last week – Ashley...

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Liberty Students Win Charles Dickens Essay Contest

The Denton Dickens Fellowship, a group of Denton-area residents who share a love of the work of Charles Dickens, sponsors an essay contest each spring, and Liberty students have received awards again this year for their submissions. “Our Liberty student writers and essayists have done it again!” said Martin Noto, Middle School...

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Liberty Golf Team Takes Third in State

Liberty Christian lost a scorecard playoff for second place and finished third at the TAPPS 4A state tournament, which concluded Tuesday at The Courses of Clear Creek. Fort Worth Southwest Christian won the state title with a two-day total of 316-317—633. The Warriors (318-322—640) tied with San Antonio Incarnate Word for the...

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Liberty’s Biggest Show of the Year – Artist’s Garden is this Saturday

The Fine Arts department showcases their talent this Saturday night, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. at Liberty Christian School’s 16th annual Artist’s Garden. Fine Arts Director Misty Baptiste expects more than 800 in attendance.  “God has brought so many talented young people to Liberty, and the courage, desire, and love He gives them...

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Liberty Choirs Shine at State and in Special Performance

The TAPPS State Vocal Competition took place on April 16 and 17 in Belton, Texas, at the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor.  “Everyone did their best on this day, and gave their first fruits,” said Ann Smith, Upper School choir director.  Liberty Christian students gave outstanding performances, and were awarded the following...

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Tennis Plays Well at State

The Warriors varsity tennis team was ranked third in the region as it sent two varsity doubles teams to Waco for the state tournament last weekend, April 24.  Sophomores Kara Vogelzang and Lizzy Robinson played against the No. 2 seed in the state tournament, and they were so close to taking a victory over the opponents. They won...

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Liberty Boasts a State Champion in PSIA

Approximately 2,500 students from across Texas qualified for the 2010 Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) Academic State Meet held Saturday, April 24, at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. Students qualified for the PSIA State Meet by placing first or second individually in one or more contests at the PSIA...

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Builder’s Club President Passes the Gavel

The Liberty Christian Builder’s Club began a new tradition this year by passing the gavel from the past president to the president-elect. In a ceremony held on Wednesday April 21, Builder’s Club outgoing president, eighth grader Michael King, passed the gavel to the president-elect, seventh grader Paige Jeary, who will serve as...

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Softball in Playoffs – Must Win on Thursday

Lady Warrior softball is 18-6 this season, and the girls are still playing strong.  “We’ve never had 18 wins in a season before, so we are very excited,” said head coach Bruce Gundlach.  The girls play tonight, April 26, at 4:30 p.m. against Argyle High School at Argyle, and then the first round of the playoffs begins...

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Five Liberty Juniors Chosen for Texas Boys State

On Wednesday, April 21, the Texas American Legion Boys State selected five Liberty Christian juniors to participate in their summer leadership program. “We are extremely proud of these young men and their accomplishments,” said Upper School Principal Ed Cook. “They are truly leaders among their peers and are deserving of the...

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Students Learn Scientific and Spiritual Principles on Wildflower Trip

For the fourth spring in a row, Dr. Jody Vogelzang, biology teacher, took a group of freshmen on a weekend trip to Austin to extend their learning on wildflowers. A total of 48 students and five chaperones attended.  Vogelzang said this excursion was “not just a collection trip but also a field laboratory where the students...

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Liberty Hosts Art Show – Student Winners Announced

Liberty hosted the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Art Festival on Wednesday, April 21. Twelve schools participated and entered approximately 400 entries.  The ACSI art event spaned all grades from kindergarten to 12th grade.    “With 39 entries, Liberty received 24 medals as well as ‘Best in...

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Band Performs this Week – Earns a Close Second at State

Liberty’s bands are preparing for an exciting, busy week, and they continue to perform until the end of May.  “While most other bands are slowing down and getting ready for the summer, we are still going full speed and will end this year with a bang!” said Band Director Scott Himel. “We are proud of them all, from fifth...

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Varsity Tennis Attains Third – Sends Four to State

The Warriors varsity tennis team took third place when they traveled to Arlington last week to play in the district/regional tournament on Monday, April 12, and Tuesday, April 13.  “As a team we overcame a tremendous milestone due to not filling a full team and still managing to take third place of 10 schools, falling behind...

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Warrior Softball Continues to Win

The Lady Warriors now stand 6-2 in district after two wins this past week. With both games being played at home, the Warriors’ bats came alive with a 7-3 win over Southwest and a 19-0 win versus Temple Christian.   Temple’s game was senior night, and the Warriors’ three seniors, Mallory Rossmann, Ashley Kowalewski, and Alex...

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Liberty Yearbook Wins State!

Liberty’s 2008-2009 yearbook won state last weekend in tough competition at the TAPPS State Academic Meet. Yearbook advisor Vickie Morgan said it was a team effort. “It is with a humble and grateful heart that we stand in awe of the talent God has sent to Liberty and how blessed we are,” she said. Morgan said that students,...

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Middle School Students Contend in Science and Engineering Fair

Eight Warriors represented Liberty at the Texas Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio, April 10–12. “Their hard work and creative research competed well against 1,300 other projects from around the state,” said Heather Lytle, science department chair. Sample projects from Liberty students included “How do different...

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Faculty Member and Daughter Featured at Denton’s Upcoming Jazz Festival

John Racina, a faculty member who wears many musical hats at Liberty, was featured in the Denton Record-Chronicle recently regarding his musical talent that will be enjoyed by many at Denton’s upcoming Jazz Festival.  John, a saxophone player, has taught at Liberty 10 years as an assistant band director for Middle and Upper...

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Softball Seeks to Break Record

The Lady Warrior softball team boasts 16 wins thus far and aims to continue this winning season when they play Temple Christian at home this Thursday night, April 15, at 4:30 p.m.  “With four more regularly scheduled games before the playoffs, the Lady Warriors can shatter the 13 wins in a season that happened a few years ago,”...

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Warrior Track and Field Hosts meet Today and this Weekend

The Middle School track and field team hosts events today at Liberty, and the Upper School hosts this Friday and Saturday. “We are very excited once again to host the Warrior Relays here at Liberty Christian,” said Jamie Michalek, girls head track coach. “We have become well known over the past several years by how well our...

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You are Invited – Chorale Concert at Liberty Tuesday Night

Tuesday, April 13, at 7 p.m.  Chorale Concert  Liberty Christian School  Tickets: $7 for adults and $5 for students  Enjoy music from the Ireland mission trip and for the state music competition later this...

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A Record Number of Sophomores Receive ACT College Readiness Award

Twenty-seven Liberty sophomores, almost a quarter of their class, have been recognized by the Texas ACT Council as being on target to meet or exceed ACT’s College Readiness Benchmarks by graduation in English, mathematics, reading, and science.  “Congratulations to the faithful and hardworking students who have displayed this...

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