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1085 Teddy Bears to Needy

Liberty Christian students brought over 1,000 new stuffed animals to school for children in need this Christmas as part of the school’s 24th annual Teddy Bear Roundup sponsored by NJHS and NHS. The bears were donated to organizations such as

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Future of Marketing

Liberty Christian sixth grade students in Digital Media class created online advertisements about Liberty Christian by working together in groups and presenting an iMovie in class. Using a digital mind mapping app, students collected data, used digital tools to analyze

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Recycle iPhones

Are you looking for a place to recycle your iPhone when you upgrade to a new one? Bring it to Hilltop or AIS Library. They are taking iPhone 5s, 6s and 7s so students may experience Good Expeditions. Please perform

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Boys and Girls State this Summer

AHS Juniors looking for tremendous leadership opportunities this summer may apply for Boys State and Girls State. AHS will send three or more boys to UT at Austin with an Area American Legion Sponsorship. AHS will send one or two

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Liberty Hosts Community-Wide Event: From Dope to Hope

A&E’s Tim Ryan is no stranger to the addiction crisis. Heroin stole half of his life and took his own son. Since he walked out of prison, Tim’s mission has been to help addicts transform their lives. Now he is

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Liberty Christian All-State Choir

Liberty Christian students Kylie Lewis and Alexis Moore have made the All-State Choir for the Texas Private School Music Educators Association (TPSMEA). They recorded and sent in their auditions, which were evaluated by a committee of five judges who then

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Rigsby Qualifies for State

AHS student, Michael Rigsby qualified for the UIL State Congressional Debate Tournament. Michael is the first student from Argyle ISD to qualify for state. The contest models the US Congress as contestants draft legislation, meet in committees and speak formally

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One Act Play Wins Awards

Liberty Christian theatre students performed “Brave Navigator”, a fictionalized account of the 1932 Lindbergh kidnapping, winning second at district at the Texas Association of Private and Parchial Schools One Act Play competition. Sierra Cothes was named to All-Star Crew, Sophie

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Liberty Christian Chili Cook-off

Liberty Christian’s 14th annual Chili Cook-off raised more than $4,500 for Spirit of a Hero, an organization that provides financial and moral support for veterans of the United States Armed Forces. The cook-off happened at the last home football game

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AMS Collecting Coats and Jeans

Clean out your closets! The AMS NJHS and AMS Student Council organizations will collect gently used coats and jeans again this year. Boxes will be placed near the offices of each campus from November 13th to December 15th. The items

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