• May 17 / Varsity BaseballLiberty High School - 0, Howell - 15
  • May 16 / Girls Varsity SoccerLiberty High School - 0, St. Dominic - 1
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Student News of Liberty High School


Student News of Liberty High School


Student News of Liberty High School


Alyssa Bailey

Alyssa Bailey , Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Ledger

Alyssa Bailey is a senior this year and it’s her third year in publications. She is the co-editor-in-chief of the Ledger and looks forward to seeing how the magazine progresses. Alyssa is a part of Link Crew and enjoys crashing the occasional French club with her friends. Outside of school, Alyssa loves to be around her friends and take spontaneous road trips with them on the daily. Alyssa hopes to live in Japan and, eventually, travel through Europe and Australia. She aspires to become a journalist/lawyer and see what new opportunities bring her in the future. 

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Its Not Over Yet 
The expectation of this year certainly didn’t go to plan. However, senior year hasn’t been all bad. There are longtime friendships and memories that have developed through the course of the year.

It’s Not Over Yet

Alyssa Bailey, Co editor-in-chief of the Ledger
May 18, 2020
My brothers and I stand outside the store with masks secured on our faces. We were advised to not touch any products and daily sanitize our exposed skin.

Six Feet Apart

Alyssa Bailey, Co-Editor-in-Chief
April 13, 2020
Never missing an episode of Rachael’s 30 minute recipes to gain dinner ideas, Ms. Bollwerk was able to fly to New York with her husband and undergo the full experience. Here, Ms. Bollwerk poses with Rachael Ray and NFL analyst Nate Burleson.

An Opportunity of a Lifetime

Alyssa Bailey, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 31, 2020
While Joe portrays himself to be an old fashioned romantic soul, he’s your classic everyday psychopath. But why is he labeled as a crazy killer? He cares and will do anything for love, is that so bad? `

The Difference Between “You” and Me

Alyssa Bailey, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 22, 2020
Through his laid back style of teaching and entertaining demeanor, Mr. Eversole has created numerous connections with students. Hes provided an impactful insight on life that everyone can appreciate.

A Lending Hand

Alyssa Bailey, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 18, 2019
No act too little or too big should go unnoticed. Every bit counts. You can say so much without using any words. We are all activists in our own way.

[Photo] Time Is Now

The Ledger, Editorial Board
November 15, 2019
Elizabeth Warren, a democratic presidential candidate for 2020, preaches a message of equality for all women.

[Photo] What Feminism Means to Me

Brooke Huffman, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 13, 2019

Languages of Learning Day

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
November 7, 2019
Seniors Emily Beauto and Brianna Dierks attend the event and experience different cultures.

Dialect Diversity

Alyssa Bailey, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 6, 2019
The fire and smoke that burn around the ceramic work is absorbed into the surface of the clay creating beautiful natural designs that are spontaneous and quite unpredictable.

A Bittersweet End

Alyssa Bailey, Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 17, 2019
The GSA Executive Board distributed rainbow ribbon pins to promote the club.

[Photo] A Safe Space for All

Brooke Huffman, Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Ledger
August 27, 2019

Beginning of the End

Alyssa Bailey, Co-Editor-in-Chief
August 23, 2019
The night of inductions, Gehrke recalls how many seniors became inducted. She recalls how many students find themselves loving theater within their last year of high school.

It’s Time To Pass The Shoe

Alyssa Bailey, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
May 7, 2019
Coach Clements’ love for coaching has brought a new dynamic to the baseball team. He notes specific improvements the team can make on a daily basis.

Trust and Commitment

Alyssa Bailey, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
April 2, 2019
I got the chance to listen to other voices and opinions about different subjects and themes other artists want to showcase. I got the chance to be heard.

Up For Interpretation

Alyssa Bailey, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
March 19, 2019
Breaking the stigmatism of never being afraid of what people think has been Linnemeyer’s philosophy for high school and it’s enabled him to never be afraid to pursue the career path he’s on.

Oncoming and Overcoming

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
March 12, 2019
Students at St. Charles Community College get the opportunity to showcase their art at the colleges art center.

The Meaning of Art

Alyssa Bailey, Assistant Editor
December 18, 2018
Students travel the halls during passing period.

[Photo] Step Aside

Brooke Huffman, Reporter
November 20, 2018
Left to right: Seniors Jaeda Lee and Savana Wiegand pose for the Senior Sunrise. It’s help bonded the seniors together and realize the amazing times that Liberty has given them.

From Sunrise to Sunset

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
September 11, 2018
Mr. Wheeler had a thrill of a lifetime this summer when he caught the game-winning homerun. He enjoyed it with his daughter and her boyfriend.

Taking Home a Home Run

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
September 6, 2018
Senior Kennedy Hennessy made a sign for Mrs. Genenbacher in honor of her mother. She will forever be thankful for having such an amazing person as her mother.

Never Forgotten

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
May 4, 2018
Christian Berry poses to show his uniqueness. He answers a random questionnaire about things he enjoys in life.

[Photo] 35 Questions

KaMera Harper, Reporter
April 17, 2018
Mr. Boswell proudly hugs his mom after accepting his award. Both of the Boswells had no idea that Mr. Boswell would win the award, which made the surprise that much better.

Humble and Devoted

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
March 22, 2018
Kylie Hale has had Thistle, her hedgehog, for about two and a half years and while it’s difficult to care for him sometimes, she enjoys looking back at the funny moments she’s had with him.

Unusual Pets

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
January 10, 2018
Junior Sha’Kir Martin-Watson chose his outfit because it went with his shoes. “I always start with the shoes and up,” said Martin-Watson. He usually chooses his outfits the day before.

[Photo] Taste of Fashion

KaMera Harper, Reporter
January 10, 2018
A Christmas to Remember

A Christmas to Remember

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
December 26, 2017
Junior Aria Ellis and senior Hannah McCrary show their holiday spirit. The students both agree that gifts should be thoughtful and come from the heart.

[Photo] Gifting on a Budget

KaMera Harper, Reporter
November 28, 2017
Annette Oliphant talks about the benefits of having her mom with her and how she helps her out if she’s having a bad day.

Along for the Ride

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
October 24, 2017
Color Wars

Color Wars

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
October 12, 2017
Mr. Wheeler proudly holds the spirit stick while leading the new students on their first day of school. Wheeler’s contagious outlook on life and attitude brings joy to so many.

An Inspiration at Liberty High

Alyssa Bailey, Reporter
September 19, 2017
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