Coaching Beyond the Surface – Alumni Return to Coach

Coaching is much more than teaching the X’s and O’s, especially at Liberty. Coaches go above and beyond to reach the heart of the student. This statement also holds true for 10 coaches at Liberty who also happen to be alumni.  Coach Rick Gailey enrolled at Liberty right behind the co-founders’ children, Nancy and Rocky...

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Homecoming Court Announced – Festivites held this Week

Students are enjoying Liberty’s annual weeklong homecoming celebration.     “Homecoming week at Liberty Christian School is rich in tradition,” said Debi Habern, dean of student life. “Students have fun dressing in a ‘theme of the day,’ and the excitement builds as we look forward to the famous ‘black-light’ pep...

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Parent Workshop: Helping Parents Help their Kids

The first grade parent invitation began, “Have you ever wondered what are special sounds in phonics, how are special sounds taught, how are short vowels and long vowels marked, and what exactly happens in a speed drill?”  First grade teachers, and now many grade levels are following suit, began parent workshops last year to...

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“It’s in the Little Things” – A Glimpse into Staff E-Mail at the Start of the Year

In the hustle and bustle of the first two weeks of school, some of the staff at Liberty took note of the little things that make Liberty great.  An e-mail from Donna Lewis, Liberty receptionist said, “I get to see many wonderful ‘little’ things here at the front desk, but the one that touched me today was a group of freshman...

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Football: Lawson leads Warriors over Chaparrals

A big rushing night from Jared Lawson and an aggressive second-half defensive performance from the Liberty Christian defense led the Warriors to a 42-27 victory over Aubrey on Friday night at Bowles Stadium. The Warriors (3-0) opened the home portion of their schedule by scoring on their opening drive and retaining the lead the...

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College Fair Announced – Liberty Seniors Receive Early Acceptance

In addition to homecoming, one of the most exciting events at Liberty in the fall is the annual college fair. Held each year in September, this day allows juniors and seniors time to find out more about colleges of interest, and ultimately, find out more about planning their future. This year the fair will be held Tuesday, Sept. 21....

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Master Teacher Program Thriving at Liberty

As a part of Liberty’s ongoing professional development program, Liberty introduced its own unique master teacher program in the early 1990s. The program is rigorous, and teachers are encouraged to pursue excellence in their classroom instruction. Pursuant to this goal is continuing education for all faculty members through...

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Liberty and Duke – Rewarding Academic Achievement

Approximately a third of Liberty’s participating grade levels are qualifying for Duke University’s Talent Identification Program (TIP), a national grade talent search. Last year, more than half of Liberty’s fifth graders qualified for the program.  Duke’s talent program has become a global leader in identifying academically...

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Liberty Applauds Student Ty Dunlap, a Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program

Liberty Christian School is proud to announce senior Ty Dunlap as a Semifinalist in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program.  “Ty Dunlap is a great example of the character, integrity, and academic excellence so prominent at Liberty,” said Liberty President Rodney Haire. “Congratulations Ty!”  Upper School Principal...

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Liberty’s Budding Scientists and Doctors Experience Science this Summer

A group of Liberty students spent part of their summer preparing for a future career in science.  Senior Hunter Dansby and junior Meredith Burgess were nominated and accepted to the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine and spent 10 days learning at MD Anderson in Houston.  Hunter said of his experience: “I entered the...

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Warrior Football Romps Past Grace Prep

By Ryan Barnhart BURLESON — The Liberty Christian defense was stellar in a 40-14 victory over Arlington Grace Prep (0-3) on Friday night at Elk Stadium. In the first half, the Warriors (2-0) forced two turnovers, recorded two sacks and a safety and only allowed 45 yards of total offense and two first downs. The offense was...

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Volleyball Wins in District Opener

Lady Warriors volleyball swept Fort Worth Nolan Catholic, 25-17, 25-16, 25-16, in its TAPPS district opener on Thursday night at Liberty.  Junior Ashley Prince led the Lady Warriors (17-6, 1-0) with 15 kills and five blocks, while junior Betsy Smith had nine kills, five aces and 18 digs. Junior Sophie Asprey posted 30...

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Cross Country Taking Meets by Storm

By: Tyler Curbo Head Coach – Cross Country  The Warrior cross country teams had a great start to their season this past weekend as 35 Liberty athletes competed in four divisions at the Greenhill 6-Mile Relay.  Out of 46 teams, the varsity boys placed second! The varsity team matched its best all-time finish, and was led by...

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Award-Winning Warrior Football Ready for Season

Winning Award Liberty football celebrated a big win in their first game of the season last Friday, defeating state champions Pilot Point. In the days after the game, Liberty was presented with the “Army Strong Team of the Week.” Local officials with the Army, who are partnering with TexasFootball.com, will present this award at...

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Liberty Volleyball Sweeps Past Denton Ryan

The Ryan Raiders saw its momentum come to a halt after being swept at home by the Lady Warriors Tuesday night, 25-23, 25-17, 25-20. The Lady Raiders (9-6) entered their match against Liberty looking to continue their solid play after winning four straight matches to win the silver bracket at the Arlington Invitational on...

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