Science Fair Brings Awards and Astronaut

Liberty Christian’s Middle School students showcased their knowledge and dedication to the field of science recently at the annual Liberty Christian Science Fair. Students designed and ran their own experiments, and communicated their findings to judges.  Judges were impressed with the quality of the display boards and the level...

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DanzTeam Performs on Cruise

Liberty’s DanzTeam recently returned from a cruise to Cozumel, Mexico, where they performed onstage before guests of the cruise.  DanzTeam Director Julie Price said, “Performing on a new stage in a new environment takes great talent, courage, and professionalism.”  DanzTeam captain and senior Lauren Lundblade said, “Our...

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Theatre Takes First in Competition

Liberty Christian’s Upper School Theatre Group, “Encore,” took first place in a speech tournament last weekend at the Stone Gate Christian Academy in Irving.  Fine Arts Department Chair Misty Baptiste said, “Encore enjoyed a huge success winning by 345 points.  “I am very, very proud of our students.”  This tournament...

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Chorale to Open Concert at the Meyerson with the Metroplex Children’s Choir

The 70-member Liberty Christian Chorale will be a part of the prelude choir with Decatur High School that begins the 15th annual Metroplex Children’s Choir concert this Saturday, Jan. 29.  Nineteen schools with 230 elementary students from the D/FW area will sing at the concert that will be at held at the Meyerson Symphony Center...

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Major League Baseball Player to Speak at Warrior Media Day Thursday

The Liberty Christian Warriors begin their 2011 baseball season in their new TAPPS 5A division by celebrating Media Day on Thursday, Jan. 27 at 2:30 p.m. at Integrity Park in Argyle. Major League Baseball player Vernon Wells will be in attendance and will speak to the players, families, guests, and members of the media who are...

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Girls Soccer — Preparing for Playoffs

Head coach Patrick Kevlin has seen his girls soccer team perform with excellence again this season, competing now in TAPPS 5A. As defending back-to-back state champions in TAPPS 4A, the Lady Warriors have two weeks remaining of regular season play.  “Our goal is to get ready for the playoffs,” Kevlin said. “The main thing we...

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Liberty Student Named a Top 10 Quarterback

Liberty Christian junior quarterback Josh Cousins was named as a top 10 quarterback after participating in the U.S. Army All-American Combine in San Antonio earlier in January. “I am very happy for Josh,” said Liberty Athletic Director Greg Price. Each year, while outgoing seniors are preparing to play the annual East vs. West...

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Boys Basketball Back on Track

By Lance Burroughs Assistant Boys Basketball Coach  After starting district 2-0 with victories over Nolan Catholic and Bishop Lynch, the Warriors had a three-game skid against first place Prestonwood, second place John Paul, and third place Bishop Dunne. The Warriors had their backs to the wall and were put in a must-win situation...

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Library Continues to Add New Books for the New Year

By Yvonne Lacy Head Librarian  Happy New Year and Happy New Books!  The library has expanded its selection of books with additional informative, fun, and interesting series of books for students this year. Students and their parents are welcome to borrow books and audiovisual materials anytime between 8:20 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. all...

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The Journey Begins in ECE

One of the many goals of Liberty’s outstanding early childhood education (ECE) program is to prepare preschoolers for success academically as they enter kindergarten.  Parent Chelle Werntz had two of her three children attend Liberty’s ECE.  “The two younger ones who went to Liberty’s ECE had a smooth transition into Lower...

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Music and the Arts Connected with Learning and the Brain

The Mozart Effect asserts, “In an instant, music can uplift our soul. It awakens within us the spirit of prayer, compassion, and love. It clears our minds and has been known to make us smarter.”  Music is a valued part of culture; it is a birthright of every child. In addition, learning music in school contributes to student...

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Boys Basketball Perseveres in New Division

Liberty boys basketball are competing better than expected in TAPPS 5A, as it contends against much larger schools this year. The team had a big win last Tuesday against Bishop Lynch with a score of 71 to 59. Liberty Christian had four players score in double figures in the victory. Senior Kyle Kuykendall paced the Warriors (17-7,...

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Board Member Jeff Loch and his Service to Liberty

Liberty Life is conducting a series of interviews with each current board member so that Liberty families can get to know each member better. We at Liberty want to appreciate the board members for all of their valuable service they voluntarily give to Liberty.  From the example set by his parents, Jeff Loch gives of his time,...

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NASA Astronaut to Visit Liberty

In celebration of Liberty’s annual science fair competition, Army Colonel Jeffrey Williams, NASA astronaut, will speak at Liberty’s fair at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 22. This program is free and open to all Liberty families.  Williams served as the flight engineer and lead space walker for STS-101, which was the third shuttle...

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Students Place in Science Competition

By Heather Lytle, Science Department Chair  Last month, 45 Liberty science students traveled to the Greenhill Science Olympiad Invitational in Addison, Texas. Pairs of students competed against more than 50 teams in 50-plus events throughout the day. This practice tournament was key to preparing for regional competition in...

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Wrestlers Enjoying Banner Year – Final Home Match Tuesday

By John Edwards, Head Wrestling Coach  The Liberty Warrior wrestling team began with a tremendous start. For the first time in our program’s history, we had 26 Upper School wrestlers and were able to fill every weight class (15) for varsity competition.  We opened our season with a victory against longtime rival Southwest...

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Girls Basketball Wins Important District Game and First Place at Tournament

Girls Basketball is currently ranked No. 2 in all of TAPPS and No. 1 in TAPPS 5A, its first year in this division! Girls Basketball Wins Important District Game Liberty Christian junior forward Nia Jackson not only led all players with 25 points and 14 rebounds, but she made the two most important plays in Liberty’s 53-44 win...

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