Dallas Cowboy Jason Witten Inspires Liberty Fathers at All Pro Dad

On April 4, Dallas Cowboy tight end and nine-time Pro Bowl player Jason Witten spoke to Liberty Christian fathers and their children at the school’s breakfast of All Pro Dad, a monthly gathering that strives to help fathers become more passionate about their role in their family’s life. Witten shared with attendees how important...

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Track and Field Teams Winning and Preparing for District

Liberty Christian’s boys and girls track teams took first that the Liberty-hosted Warrior Relays on April 10. Both teams are preparing for district and regionals in the next two weeks. Jon Aaron Howell competed in long jump for the first time since breaking his leg in football season. He finished first at Warrior Relays and also...

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Freshman Class Visits Universities and Plans for Future

Liberty Christian’s freshman class just returned from the Tour of Colleges, an annual trip when Liberty staff takes students to universities in the region to help them plan academically to ensure acceptance to the college of their choice in the near future. “The colleges we visited laid the groundwork,” said Toni King,...

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Students Create Winning Art in Competition

Seniors Allie Martin and Ashley Jenkins represented Liberty Christian School at the Visual Arts Society of Texas (VAST) High School Show on Thursday, April 3. Fifteen schools brought 21 pieces of art from all over Denton County. Allie Martin was awarded Best in Show with her charcoal drawing titled “Rawr.” Ashley Jenkins placed...

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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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Science Olympiad Provides Arena to Learn and Win

On March 1, Liberty Christian students competed at the Regional Science Olympiad at North Lake College in Irving. “Students have worked since December preparing for this competition,” said Heather Lytle, Science Department Chair. “Learning and applying science in these types of events, combined with time management and...

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Lower School Students Place in Math Competition

On Feb. 28, Liberty Christian third through fifth grade students competed in a math contest sponsored by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) that was held at Prestonwood Academy in Plano. Three students from each grade level were selected to participate in the computation category, and four students...

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Students Receive Many Kudos on Washington, D.C., Trip

A letter from Matt Bowles, Associate Campus Pastor and sponsor of the Washington, D.C., trip for 7th and 8th grade students over Presidents Day weekend I want to brag on our staff and students. Over Presidents Day weekend, we took some of our history teachers and 7th and 8th grade students to Washington D.C. It was such an amazing...

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Lower School Students Read to Win the “Crown”

By Yvonne Lacy, Head Librarian On March 6, the Liberty Christian School Stage Area reverberated once again to the sounds of applause and cheers as third- through fifth-grade students answered questions about books they read throughout this year, in the seventh annual Quest for the Crown competition. The teams were very well balanced...

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Lady Warriors Win First Place at Sanger Indian Relays

The Liberty Christian Lady Warriors competed in Sanger at its Indian Relays on March 6, taking the top spot as the girls prepare for district action in the coming weeks. Head Coach Zack Vest said, “Our girls are demonstrating hard work and dedication. I can’t wait to see what these team members will accomplish, and I am so...

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Students Win Awards at Science and Engineering Fair

Liberty Christian Middle and Upper School students competed at the Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair on Feb. 23–24 at the University of Texas at Arlington’s College Park Center. Last year, Liberty Christian student Michael Becker received a Broadcom award that took him all the way to Washington, D.C., to meet the...

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Liberty Mothers and Grandmothers Enjoy Annual Ladies Tea

Five-time Emmy award-winning host, reporter, and news anchor Tracy Kornet of CBS 11 News inspired Liberty Christian mothers and grandmothers as the guest speaker at the annual Ladies Tea. The tea gathered more than 100 in attendance as Liberty treated its mothers and grandmothers to brunch that also included teacher and student...

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Chorale Adds Sight-Singing at Regional Competition

The Liberty Christian Chorale competed at the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Regional Vocal Music contest held at Liberty on Feb. 26. This year, the choir added a new layer to the choir program called sight-singing. “It is very challenging to pick up a piece of music and sing notes on a page without...

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New National Honor Society Members Inspired at Ceremony

Congratulations to the 39 new National Honor Society members at Liberty Christian School. These sophomores and juniors have demonstrated academic achievement, as well as the other three tenets of NHS, which include service, leadership, and character. The induction, which was held on Feb. 18, began with prayer by student Benn...

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With 195 Points, Students Win First in TAPPS District Art

In a very tight race, Liberty Christian won first place among six schools in its competitive district in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools on Feb. 13. Congratulations to the following students: First Place: Dara Fuller – Sculpture Ashley Jenkins – Drawing Black and White, Drawing Color, and Relief/Mixed...

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Author Sigmund Brouwer Shares Writing Insight with Students

Excitement was building in Liberty Christian’s Lower School for the return of Christian author Sigmund Brouwer, who inspired Middle School students last semester with his writing expertise and experience. He spoke to students in kindergarten through fourth grade on Feb. 6 about the joy of sharing stories and ideas. He plans to...

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Wrestlers Win Triple Crown, Taking First at TAPPS State

The wrestlers of Liberty Christian achieved the Triple Crown in Texas preparatory wrestling this year. Liberty was victorious in a succession of three weekend state level events, the first ever state championship awarded for the wrestling program since its establishment seven years ago. On Jan. 25, Liberty won the Prep Dual State...

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Surrounding Communities Invited to “The Sound of Music”

Liberty Christian School and its Advanced Theatre Class, “Encore,” presents its first musical next weekend with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘“The Sound of Music.” Families from the surrounding communities are invited to this performance. Show times are Thursday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m.; Friday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, Feb....

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Seniors Commit to Play Sports at the College Level

One of the highlights of a student athletes’ career is the day when they are chosen to play their sport at the collegiate level. At Liberty Christian’s second college signing ceremony this year, six Liberty Christian students were honored on Feb. 5 as they committed to play at that next level after high school graduation. Many...

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