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Choir Gives Strong Showing at State

Liberty Christian’s Upper School Choir took fourth place at the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) State Meet last weekend in Belton, Texas. “In the face of steep competition, I am so proud of Chorale’s performance at State,” said Daniel Montgomery, Chorale Director. “We took 12 soloists, one...

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Student Takes Best in Show at Art Competition

On March 28, Liberty Christian students of all ages competed at the Association of Christian Schools International Art Competition hosted at Pantego Christian in Arlington, Texas. Senior Ashley Jenkins won Best in Show with her charcoal drawing. Through this competition, students applied the advanced art concepts they learned in...

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Band Takes State for Third Year in a Row!

After the nine-hour TAPPS state instrumental competition in Belton on March 28, Liberty band students won first place for the third year in a row! Students competed in 14 events and won with a combined score of 332 points, just one point ahead of the second place school! “It was a tough competition, and I am so proud of all of our...

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Students Advance to State in Academic Competition

On March 22, the Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) held a district academic contest at Liberty Christian School, and Liberty’s Lower School students took third place overall. Students who won first or second place individually will compete at the state meet at Texas Christian University on April 26. “Liberty...

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Students Reach Out and Serve in El Salvador for Spring Break

Nearly 150 Liberty Christian students and staff recently returned from a Spring Break trip to El Salvador. It was a week of labor-intensive work for the municipal districts of San Salvador, as well as performing dramatic presentations of “The Journey” throughout the city. Since 1997, Liberty has taken more than 1,000 students on...

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Helicopter Lands, Emergency Simulation Provided for Anatomy and Physiology Students

It is not every day that a helicopter lands at a school. But to teach Liberty Christian’s anatomy and physiology students real-world applications of the concepts they had studied in class, an Air Evac Rescue helicopter landed on the school’s football practice field on March 18, and its staff met with students about the important...

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Applied Engineering Students Visit Lockheed Martin

On March 1, Dr. Brent Dragoo of Liberty Christian School, along with fellow science teacher Gary Hartzler, took Liberty’s Applied Engineering class to Lockheed Martin to visit the assembly line for the F-35 joint strike fighter, a multi-variant, multirole fifth generation fighter. Students were specifically interested in how the...

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