Students Learn and Serve during October Missions Week

Liberty Christian students experienced Missions Week Oct. 1–Oct. 5 as they studied other cultures, prayed for people groups around the globe, and learned how they could make a difference. Three out of the five days focused on places where Liberty students will travel on missions this year: Uganda, Europe, and El Salvador. On...

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Liberty Commemorates 30 Years at Homecoming

Liberty Christian celebrated 30 years at its homecoming last Friday, Sept. 21. The college preparatory school began in 1983 in Denton, Texas. In its first year, the student body grew from 20 to 194. In 2005, Liberty moved to its 76-acre campus in Argyle. Today, student enrollment has reached more than 1,250, and the school...

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Middle School Honors Teachers with Golden Apple Award

Liberty Christian Middle School teachers Sue Gallo and Claire Batey heard their names announced as the recipients of the Golden Apple award at convocation last May. Gallo still remembers Dr. Haire’s words to her when she was hired to teach sixth grade science 14 years ago. “Make science fun,” were the words of wisdom he gave...

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Sharp and Vick: Golden Apple Teachers Leading the Way

The Upper School leadership at Liberty Christian School makes a difficult yet exciting decision as each school year concludes, and that is to choose from their exemplary staff a teacher or two who will receive the Golden Apple Award. Their most recent recipients are teachers Missy Sharp and Cynthia Vick. The Golden Apple Award...

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Bobcats Edge Out Warriors, 35-21

Liberty (2-1) lost its first football game at Celina on Sept. 14 by a score of 35-21. The Warriors look forward to their homecoming game the following week, Sept. 21, as they face Grace Prep at 7:30 p.m. Homecoming festivities begin at 6:55 p.m. Alumni are invited to a 30th anniversary dinner beforehand and can register at...

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College Fair Enhanced by Harvard Visit

More than 100 representatives from colleges, universities, and service academies visited Liberty Christian students Sept. 13 at Liberty’s college fair. Being a college preparatory school, Liberty provides this opportunity every year for representatives to meet with students who began preparing for college long before their senior...

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Seniors Bond on Student Retreat

Liberty Christian seniors began the year with a memorable student retreat in Lueders, Texas, just outside of Abilene. “My boys could not stop talking about the trip and how impactful it was,” said Liberty parent Gary Hartzler. “My family has had continuous spiritual conversations since they returned.” Seniors were led by...

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Liberty Competes and Wins in Children’s Art and Literacy Festival

Fifth grade students at Liberty choose electives to encourage the development in the fine arts in theatre, music, or art. Fifth grade students last year who chose art competed in the statewide Children’s Art and Literacy Festival in Abilene last summer that celebrated the artwork of Dr. Seuss. Mandy Welton, Liberty Lower School...

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Amazing Comeback from Eighth Grade Girls Volleyball

On Thursday, Sept. 6, the eighth grade girls grey team hosted Prestonwood Christian Academy and came back to win a dramatic finish in the final set. The girls won the first set, 25-19, but lost the second by only two points, 23-25. Liberty had to win the third and final set to win the match. “We were down 7-14 at the other...

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Liberty Football Hosts Sanger and Wins 38-6

ARGYLE — Sanger head coach Chuck Galbreath and his staff knew there would be some growing pains experienced early in the 2012 season, especially on the offensive side of the football where the Indians are making the shift to a version of the run-based Wing-T after slinging the ball around for the past three years behind...

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Now in its 30th year, Liberty Christian Begins School Year with Expansion

To continue to provide an exemplary education for its growing student body, Liberty Christian School completed construction on a new Fine Arts facility in August and a new Academic and Athletic facility in May. These back-to-back ribbon cuttings within a matter of months have added to the excitement of the new school year.   In...

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Liberty Football Starts Season Right with 40-37 Win

SPRINGTOWN — Just as he had done all night, senior kicker Mikael Sroka nailed an 18-yard field goal as time expired to help Liberty Christian knock off Springtown 40-37 in a thriller at Porcupine Stadium on Aug. 31. Springtown tied the game at 37 with just over five minutes left in the game on sophomore running back Ryan...

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Student Javier Manrique Wins Golf Title at Colonial Country Club

Javier Manrique, 16, has lived in the North Texas area for only two and a half years and already has won a title that has eluded some of the area’s best players. Manrique held off challenges from Sean Walsh of Keller, Johnny Jones of Flower Mound and Luke Neeley of Mansfield on Thursday, July 19, at Colonial Country Club ...

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