Girls Soccer Wins Tournament Title

Girls Soccer Wins Tournament Title ARGYLE — Liberty Christian won the girls division in its own soccer tournament on Saturday with a 3-0 win over Arlington Oakridge. Leah Cox, Madison Oliver, and Emily Vick scored the goals for the Lady Warriors (6-0-3) in the championship game. In the semifinal game on Saturday, Caitlin Essex...

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Liberty Football Comes Close in Playoff Game

Football: Liberty Christian falls in heartbreaker 10:57 PM CST on Saturday, November 20, 2010   By Robert Thomas / For the Denton Record-Chronicle AUSTIN — The Liberty Christian Warriors did everything they could to extend their season on Saturday against Austin St. Michael’s. The Warriors outgained the Crusaders by 70...

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Liberty Sponsors Canned Food Drive

From Monday, Nov. 8, to Thursday, Nov. 18, Liberty is sponsoring its annual canned food drive. Every child is encouraged to participate and bring canned food and non-perishable items for the collection.  Sponsored by the Student Council Association and the National Honor Society, students will deliver the cans to the Denton Food...

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Theatre Competes with “All the Way Home” and Places Second

By Misty Baptiste Last weekend, Encore competed in the Regional One-Act Theatre Festival in San Marcos with its play “All the Way Home” by Tad Mosel. After a fantastically moving performance, Encore placed second in the competition and will advance to the state one-act contest on Tuesday, Nov. 30, in Carrollton.   Individual...

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Boys Soccer Takes Third in Tourney

New head boys soccer coach Robert Olivieri saw a very competitive road trip last weekend as Liberty Christian posted scores of 0-1, 4-1, 7-2 at the Tourney in Houston. The team brought home third place and the consolation championship. Liberty players junior Jason Jenkins, sophomore Louis Vargas, and junior Scottie Freeman were...

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Spiritual Emphasis Week for Students Begins Today

NSight, the annual Middle and Upper School’s spiritual emphasis week in the fall begins today. Students meet for an hour each morning for praise, worship, and insight.  Matt Bowles, Middle School youth pastor, said, “We hope to deepen students’ relationship with Jesus.”  Leading in praise and worship is the Roger Cullins...

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Basketball: Liberty Girls Win Tourney, Boys Remain Perfect

COLLEYVILLE – Nicole Kornet scored 26 points and pulled down 10 rebounds on Saturday night as the Liberty Christian girls won the Colleyville Heritage Tipoff Classic tournament by topping Class 5A power Mansfield Timberview 56-50 in the championship game. Liberty (7-0) trailed 49-41 with 3:23 left in the game before the Lady...

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Liberty Football Beats Houston Christian and Advances to Regional Play-offs

MART — Both the halftime scoreboard and the biting north wind gave Liberty Christian discomfort. But the Warriors overcame both challenges to defeat Houston Christian 42-14 in the first round of the TAPPS Division I playoffs. “We figured we would be going into the wind in the third quarter,” Liberty head coach Greg Price...

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Observations of Teachers Show Exemplary Performance

Because of his extensive knowledge and experience in the field of teaching, Dr. Martin Noto, Middle School principal, is performing a unified and comprehensive teacher observation program this year, from Lower School through Upper School.  “The purpose of an observation program is to assist teachers in their professional...

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Teaching 4MAT the Vertical Way

By Cynthia Vick, Math Department Chair and Teacher  Teaching the 4MAT way with the new vertical schedule has opened my classroom up to more activity, exploratory learning, creative ideas, energy, and fun! 4MAT is about teaching concepts to all of the diverse learning styles so that more students can be engaged in the learning...

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Students Experience History Firsthand

By Josh Williams, Middle School Vice Principal  As part of continuing education and enrichment, the seventh graders recently visited the Texas Civil War Museum and the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth.  The Texas Civil War Museum is the largest Civil War Museum west of the Mississippi River. It is a privately owned collection of...

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Students Apply Leadership Principles Learned at Institute

Earlier this semester, a group of Upper School students, along with peers from 14 other schools in the area, attended the first annual Dallas Baptist University’s Christian Leadership Institute.  Students participated in interactive learning experiences, learned basic leadership principles, and explored the spiritual application...

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Liberty Football Shuts Out El Paso Cathedral

By Ryan Barnhart / For the Denton Record-Chronicle ARGYLE — In a final nondistrict tune-up before entering the TAPPS Division I playoffs, Liberty Christian cruised to a 35-0 victory over El Paso Cathedral on Friday night at Bowles Stadium. With the victory, Liberty was able to play a lot of seniors in their final home game and...

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Outdoor Learning at its Best

By Sue Gallo, Sixth Grade Science and Bible Teacher On the first cool day of the school year, we were blessed to have class in Liberty’s outdoor learning area with guest biologist Travis Gallo. Gallo, a 2001 Liberty alumnus who works for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, was in town on a seminar tour and spent...

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Junior High Impact – Students Mentoring Students

At Liberty, Middle School students are mentored by Upper School students in an intentional, yet informal way. Over the years, it has been profound for Middle School students to receive attention, acceptance, and guidance from an Upper School student leader. The time and focus Middle School students receive have made a tremendous...

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Seniors Benefit from Early College Acceptance

Almost 10 percent of the senior class received their college acceptance as early as September of this year. As of December, more than a quarter of the senior class has received their college acceptance as well.  Ty Dunlap, recently named a Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program, is going to Texas A&M to be on...

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Liberty Student Succeeds in Poetry Writing Contest

Chosen from among 3,000 entries, junior Joe Gorman ranked in the top 10 in the Cowboy Poetry Contest at the 20th annual Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering and Western Swing Festival held recently at the Fort Worth Stockyards. Being in the top 10, Gorman had the opportunity to recite his poem from memory in front of judges and a live...

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Girls Soccer Opens Season with Win in Double Overtime

Senior Madison Oliver scored a goal in the second overtime as Liberty Christian opened its season with a 1-0 win over Fort Worth Nolan on Monday. Oliver’s goal came off a corner kick from senior Leah Cox as the Lady Warriors defeated Nolan, which advanced to the state title game in TAPPS Division I last season. Sophomore Sara...

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Classics Class Gets Artsy

By Sharon Ramsey, Middle School Latin Teacher Part of the Middle School curriculum at Liberty includes the study of classical languages and the cultures that originally used them. In our classics class, seventh graders not only learn a bit of Latin and Greek, but they also discover interesting facts about the ancient Greek and Roman...

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Smart Boards Ignite Interest in Liberty Classrooms

  By Sharon Ramsey, Latin and Bible Teacher Thanks to generous gifts from Liberty families, SMART Boards are a reality at Liberty Christian School.  The Middle and Upper School math students are the first at Liberty to experience the electronic interactive whiteboard that is already enhancing their learning.  “The SMART...

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Warriors Baseball Pitcher Commits to UTA

By Marshall Moore – Denton Record Chronicle Chad Nack has gotten his fair share of attention from college baseball programs around the state. In the end, though, the senior Liberty Christian pitcher found exactly what he was looking for less than 50 miles away from home. Nack recently committed to play baseball at...

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