Christmas Concert to Benefit Denton Christian Preschool

Liberty Christian invites its families and the surrounding communities to its Christmas concert titled “The Jesus Gift,” performed by the Liberty Chorale and Middle School Theatre next Monday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. The Chorale will be dressed in period costumes and sing songs based on scripture from the Bible. The program will...

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DanzTeam to Perform in Televised Parade

Liberty Christian’s DanzTeam will perform Saturday, Dec. 3, in the 24th annual Children’s Medical Center Holiday Parade in downtown Dallas. The DanzTeam, a part of Liberty’s Fine Arts Department, has marched in the parade every year for more than a decade, but this year is the first for team members to perform. “Liberty’s...

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Boys Soccer Takes Third in Liberty Tournament

The Warriors soccer team started Liberty’s fourth annual Fall Soccer Tournament on Thursday, Nov. 17 against Oakridge from Arlington. The boys went down 0-1 in the first two minutes of the game. Coach Robert Olivieri made changes to the lineup, and the combination of Jared Beiermann and Matt Jeffery put in the tying goal with 15...

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New Honor Society Members Announced

Each year Liberty’s chapter of the National Honor Society inducts new members in the fall and spring. Congratulations to Liberty’s 17 newest National Honor Society members who were inducted during the fall ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 8. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in...

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Students Give to Local Food Banks

Liberty Christian students donated more than 5,000 pounds of canned food to the Denton and Argyle Food Banks. “Liberty is so proud of its students who go above and beyond and always come through for the community,” said Becky Shirley, teacher and Student Council sponsor. Shirley said she heard a student say, “I wish we could...

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Liberty Theatre Wins Third in State One-Act Play Contest

Liberty Christian Fine Arts advanced to state in the one-act play contest and won third place with its performance of “Talking Pictures,” a play by Horton Foote that is set in Texas on the eve of the Depression. The top two schools from each of the four regions in Texas performed at the state contest on Wednesday, Nov....

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Boys Soccer Takes Fourth in Houston Tourney

Boys soccer traveled to Houston Christian High School for its third annual Soccer Fest, held Friday, Nov. 11 and Saturday, Nov. 12. On Friday, the boys played Bay Area Christian and won 5-0. Jared Beiermann scored two goals, and Matt Jeffery, Eduardo Perez, and Chris Svatik each had one apiece. Assists came from Leon Ahn, Eduardo...

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Students Win Second in Regional One-Act Play Contest

Liberty Christian students performed “Talking Pictures” in regional competition at Liberty last Saturday and took second place. Students Ross Earley, Emmy Edwards, Catherine Harrington, Lauren Massing, and Katelynn Pearson were awarded All-Star Cast, and Ian Harber, Gabby Marye, and Malyn Porter were awarded Honorable Mention...

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Warriors lose close playoff game, 21-14

Liberty Christian led at the half with a score of 7-0. The Warriors and the St. Michael’s Crusaders added touchdowns in the fourth quarter, and the game was tied, 14-14. With less than a minute left in the game, St. Michael’s scored another touchdown. The final score was 21-14 in favor of St. Michael’s.

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One-Act Plays Performed at Liberty

Liberty Christian School invites its families and the surrounding communities to its one-act productions of “The Hobbit” and “Talking Pictures” this Thursday, Nov. 10, at 6 p.m. Each play has been condensed to a 40-minute one act, and Liberty students will compete with these two, one-act plays in a regional competition this...

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Football Wins on Senior Night, 31-2

02:34 AM CDT on Saturday, November 5, 2011 ARGYLE — Daniel Loch produced on both sides of the ball, and the Liberty Christian Warriors tuned up for next week’s playoff opener with a 31-2 nondistrict victory Friday night over the El Paso Cathedral Irish at Bowles Stadium. Loch caught a touchdown pass and intercepted two passes,...

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Marching Band Takes Third in State

Liberty Christian marching band came in third place overall in its first marching band competition ever. To see the video, click band competition. “I am proud of our students for standing toe-to-toe with other great bands,” said Scott Himel, band director. Liberty Christian competed in Frisco on Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Texas...

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Dr. Martin Noto Honored at Retirement Reception

Liberty Christian honored retiring faculty member Dr. Martin Noto and his 25 years of service at a reception last Wednesday, Nov. 2. Noto was first hired in 1987 as a history teacher. He later served as the school’s principal, and in his most recent role, he led staff development. At his reception, more than 20 of his colleagues...

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LCS Library Welcomes Visiting Authors

Tammy Carter Bronson and her husband and fellow author, Matthew Bronson, traveled from Arkansas to Texas on Nov. 1 to teach Liberty Christian students the process of writing, illustrating, and publishing a children’s book. Liberty third through sixth graders enjoyed an information-packed program that included storyboards, cutout...

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Alumna Madison Oliver, West Point Soccer Player, Named Rookie of the Week

Congratulations to Liberty alumna Madison Oliver, freshman at West Point, for being named the first Army soocer player this season to be awarded the Patriot League’s “Rookie of the Week.” For the full story,...

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