Student News of Liberty High School


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Student News of Liberty High School


Student News of Liberty High School


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Mrs. Hall takes students out for dinner at the Grand Central Market.

L.A. Trip

April 26, 2022
The Sachs take part in Holiday Spirit week by wearing Christmas hats.

Love At Liberty

February 14, 2022
Liberty ELA teacher Mr. Schaper and his wife Kandis.

Who Is Mr. Schaper?

October 21, 2021
Be a brick is the boys basketball teams mantra. Each player represents a brick and they are to do their job only. If the bricks come together, they can build amazing structures that can withstand the pressures of the world. If one brick crumbles, the whole wall collapses.

‘Be A Brick’

December 22, 2020
Mr. Smith

ELA Teacher Mr. Smith

December 4, 2020
Students and staff participate in a Thanksgiving parade on the first floor Nov. 24.

Thanksgiving Parade 2020

November 29, 2020
Mr. Nash prepares the building for reopening in August. During Level 2, Wednesdays were reserved for deep cleaning of the entire school grounds.

Moving Back To Level 1

October 15, 2020
Nicole Siman

Nicole Siman

September 30, 2020
Leslie Bradshaw

Leslie Bradshaw

September 30, 2020
Safety measures for in-person schooling include social distancing and the use of face masks.

Changing Course

August 11, 2020
Jonas McCaffrey

Jonas McCaffrey

May 4, 2020
Sam Schreiner

Sam Schreiner

May 4, 2020
Jake Garland

Jake Garland

May 4, 2020
Text messages and communicating digitally makes receiving personal mail rare and special.

Love, Quarantine

April 10, 2020
LHS Publications students stand outside the Columbia Missourian, a daily newspaper that Mizzou journalism students produce. This hands-on philosophy of learn-by-doing is deemed “the Missouri Method.”

A Day at J-School

February 25, 2020
Junior Kailey Cain demonstrates a dissection for the HOSA table for potential eighth grade members.

Building Bridges

January 29, 2020
This is a collected $1 billion, which is less than 1 percent of Bezos/Gates fortune.

Billionaires Are Greedy

January 30, 2020
Ms. Reininger presents Ms. Farrelly with flowers and gifts after naming her the 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year.

Expanding Their Horizons

November 21, 2019
Freshman Sam Borton-Center reads her letters in Mrs. Halls sixth hour health class.

Little Pick Me Ups

November 19, 2019
Burnout is becoming more and more prevalent in teens, as the expectations for a well-rounded student rises.

Burnt Out? Keep Going

October 22, 2019
The Liberty Belles show off their latest trophies after Monday mornings clap in.

Belles Keep Going

February 26, 2019
The host of Two Peas in a Pod

Two Peas in a Pod #1

January 4, 2019
There were 14 Liberty athletes who officially signed with their respective colleges Wednesday.

Signing in the Spotlight

November 13, 2018
Jack Kavanaugh helps to organize the final can count as part of his project in Advanced Marketing 2 class.

One Can At A Time

November 6, 2018

District Champs

November 2, 2018
Social studies teacher Mr. Bender is welcomed by the school faculty at the staff bridge walk.

Meet Liberty’s New Staff

September 13, 2018
Mr. Boswell is congratulated by Ms. Pizzo after being announced Support Staff of the Year.He’s not only devoted and modest about the amount of work that he does, but he’s also a great representative and role model that Liberty’s reputation stands for.

Humble and Devoted

March 22, 2018
Mrs. Hall and her mother Beth Pirtle both won their respective age divisions in the St. Louis Go Halloween Race in St. Louis. Mrs. Hall holds her daughter Gwyneth.

Who Runs the World?

March 19, 2018
Mrs. Willis sits alongside student director Marlee Doniff as they work on the fall Night of Comedy.

Honoring Her Impact

March 16, 2018

Surprise Scholarship

February 21, 2018
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