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Symphonic band and honors chorus
win big at Music in the Parks
On May 16, the Liberty High School Symphonic Band and Honors Chorus participated in the Music in the Parks music festival and won first place.
Congratulations Honor Roll Students!
Liberty High School is proud to announce and congratulate our students who made Honor Roll for the third quarter. for the full list. Keep up the good work!
Summer school dates announced
Summer school dates have been announced for Liberty students.
Student Council to host Powderpuff
Football game May 21
The game will take place Thursday, May 21 at 4 p.m. at the high school. The cost is $1 for spectators. Student teams must have seven players; the cost is $7 to sign up. For more details, please contact a student council member.
National Art Honor Society Induction
will take place May 31
Mark your calendars for the Liberty High School Art Show followed by the National Art Honor Society Induction at the Liberty Museum on Sunday, May 31 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Interact Club celebrates a successful book drive
The Interact Club would like to thank everyone who participated in its first annual book drive. The club collected approximately 1,000 books to donate to the Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County and the Read It Again Used Bookstore in Monticello.
is a non-profit organization that provides free services to help people achieve personal goals through literacy.
High school Liberty Debate Club considers squatter's rights
Take a look at what the Liberty Debate Club has been up to this article written by tenth-grade student and debate club member Gaetano Fontana
High school artists win awards in CAS Art Show
Several Liberty High School student-artists won awards in the Sullivan County High School Art Show at the Catskill Art Society. Liberty students took half of the possible awards in Photography and one third of the possible awards in Computer Art and Design.
National Foreign Language Week winners
The official theme for this year is “learn a foreign language; gain a new perspective." Doors in the middle and high school were decorated by students to represent different countries and their cultures. To see some pictures of the doors . To see pictures of the winning doors .
Science Olympiad Team places at
Thirteen students went to Ulster Community College on February 7 to take part in 24 different events and placed 16th overall out of 28 schools. or
Photographs by Liberty High School students get ‘exposure’
Seven pieces of photography by Liberty High School Students were selected for the Mill Street Loft’s twelfth annual national juried high school photography exhibition, Exposure. To see pictures taken by Senior Sierra Thomas, Junior Imani Kelly, Junior Mikayla Perez click .
Can you afford $200,000 for a college education?
Private colleges can cost more than $50,000 per year and SUNY estimates the cost at a New York State colleges will be about $25,000 per year. If you would like some help covering these costs, check out the growing list of scholarships on the HS guidance page. Be sure to file your application before the given date.
The class of 2016 is selling Liberty Ball caps. They are flex fit (sizes s/m, l/xl and xxl) and come in red or white with a script L. The cost is $18. See a member of the Junior class or contact class advisor Carol Flynn.
State Education Department releases 2015 Regents exam schedules
The New York State Education Department has released the schedule of Regents exams for Jan., Jun. and Aug. of 2015. As always, students should check with their teachers for the exact times they should report. Students not presently enrolled in a class must contact the High School Guidance Department to sit for the exam. Click on the links below for a PDF of the exam schedules.
SAT revisions begin in 2015
The College Board is making comprehensive changes to the standardized test to reinforce the skills and evidence-based thinking that high school students are learning in today's classroom.
mySchoolBucks.com is an online payment
and meal account monitoring system that can be used to make meal
account payments and Latchkey Program payments. Parents can also check balances, add money and
monitor activity on meal and Latchkey accounts.
Parent Today e-newsletter
and companion website together address important,
age-appropriate topics and give accessible, easy-to-implement
strategies to build a stronger bridge
between families and the classroom.