Interact Club Sponsors: Mr. Freet and Mrs. Lytle
Interact is a service club for youth ages 12 to 18 who want to connect with other young people and have fun while serving their communities and learning about the world. Clubs, which meet at least twice a month, are sponsored by local Rotary clubs. Interact clubs organize two projects every year, one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Members of sponsor Rotary clubs mentor Interactors as they carry out the projects and develop leadership skills.
Mandarin Club Sponsor: Ms. Trinh
Mandarin Club provides students a glimpse into the culture, food, language, music, art, and history of China. All students in grades 9–12 are welcome to join even if they are not currently enrolled in Chinese classes. Student-elected officers for the Mandarin Club serve as representatives and help organize activities including celebrating special holidays (i.e. Chinese New Year), guest speakers, playing Chinese games, field trips, and raising funds for mission work in China.
Martin J. Noto Christian Leadership Academy Sponsors: Mr. Arredondo and Mrs. Crenshaw
The Leadership Academy is a program aimed to develop students into Christian leaders, building godly character that will last a lifetime. Leadership Academy has five core values that represent key aspects of spiritual growth and maturity that are found in scripture: truth, community, purpose, discipleship, and character. Each value is fully learned and partnered with activities that are chosen and completed at the student’s discretion. The organization meets once a month, at which time students will discuss their progress, practice leadership skills in various ways, and glean valuable information from guest speakers. Using their natural abilities and talents, students will be prepared for a life of leadership and following Christ faithfully inside and outside of Liberty Christian.
National Honor Society Sponsors: Mrs. Quam and Ms. Charles
Selection for membership in the Liberty Christian chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) is based upon careful consideration of four distinct areas: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Students in grades 10–12 are considered for invitation when they have met Liberty’s scholarship requirements. After meeting scholarship requirements, students provide information to be used by the Liberty Christian School Faculty Council to support their candidacy for membership.
Spanish Club Sponsor: Mrs. Harrington
The Spanish Club provides an opportunity for qualified students in Upper School who have completed one year of Spanish to develop leadership and participate in service projects. Service-to-community projects are focused on groups who have high percentages of students with English as a second language.
Student Government Sponsors: Mrs. Lowack, Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Williams, and Mrs. Cox
Student Government is made of up two branches: Student Council and Class Officers
Student Council – Students in grades 8 through 11 have the opportunity to run for one of 13 Student Council positions. There are five officer positions (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Historian) plus a male and female representative for each grade level. Students meeting all necessary requirements may choose to run. Elections occur in the spring of the school year. Students elected to these positions will become the Student Council officers and representatives for the upcoming school year. Student Council serves as a liaison between students and administrators.
Class Officers – Students in grades 8 through 11 have the opportunity to run for one of five Class Officer positions: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Historian. Students meeting all necessary requirements will be put on the ballot and elections will occur in the spring of the school year. Students elected to these positions will become the Class Officers for their respective grade level for the upcoming school year. Class Officers will work together on grade-level activities to promote unity within their grade.
Both branches of the Student Government are in place to promote unity and school spirit throughout the student body and among faculty and staff.
The Compassion Club Sponsor: Mr. Carlson
The Compassion Club works to provide for children in need by selling fruit. One-hundred percent of profits from fruit sales go to sponsor a child in need through Compassion International.
Special Interest Clubs
Art Club Sponsor: Mrs. Mann
Art Club is a club that is interested in sharing God’s beauty and gifts through the making, enjoyment, and appreciation of art. We will have different opportunities to make art, learn from guest artists, and field trips to view art.
Business and Entrepreneurship Club (BEC) Sponsor: Mrs. Cox
The BEC exists to give students real insight into the business world through working with a local business to sell pizza at home athletic events, learning from local businesses leaders at club meetings, and creating/participating in a stock market simulation game.
Culture Club Sponsor: Mr. Roby
Culture Club seeks to educate and collectively embrace culture for a stronger sense of community at Liberty. Student leaders will address topics including art, music, language, food, politics, and more surrounding the African American, Hispanic, and Asian cultures.
Model UN Club Sponsor: Mrs. Lacy
Model UN Club is a nationally recognized organization whose purpose is to offer students the opportunity to address global issues in a forum much like the United Nations. Students will represent countries and become the resident subject matter expert to address international issues such as economic growth, hunger, poverty, terrorism, and war. This is not a forum to argue politics but rather a unique opportunity for those who seek to understand tough issues and find possible solutions to meet the greater good. Let’s begin to "Change the World."
Movie Club Sponsor: Mr. Field
Movie Club aims to bring a community of visual arts and film lovers together for the purpose of analyzing popular movies to understand storytelling, narrative, story development, and devices of visualization that can test critical knowledge and creativity. Additionally, Movie Club aims to discuss cultures and ideas of cinema and their impacts on the societies and cultures around them.
Photo Club Sponsor: Mr. Graham
Students will meet to discuss photo concepts, share images, and coordinate outings. Join and be encouraged to document the beauty of the world around you.
Pre-Med Club Sponsor: Mrs. Michalek,
The Pre-Med Club was formed to give students who believe they have an interest in pursuing medicine as a career, a chance to meet people in the profession that can help guide them in their endeavors. We will discuss opportunities at different universities, as well as different career choices in the medical field. The club will host an annual beach volleyball tournament to raise money for St. Jude's Hospital each summer. St. Jude's is leading the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. The hospital does not require any family to pay for treatment; it is funded by donations.
Spikeball Club Sponsor: Mr. White
Spikeball is a casual club that meets one time per month in the Activity Gym during Activity Period to play Spikeball tournament style. No club shirts. No dues. Just fun!
Innovators Club Sponsor: Mr. Graham
Warrior Vision Productions Sponsor: Mr. Habern
Warrior Vision Productions gives students the opportunity to be a part of multi-camera live production. Students will gain experience in the fast-paced world of live event broadcasting. They will have the opportunity to be involved in live productions throughout the school year including athletics and fine arts. Warrior Vision is looking for students for behind- the-camera production roles, as well as on camera sportscasters and sideline reporters. Warrior Vision is dedicated to creating amazing experiences using video, audio, and graphics that the entire Liberty family can enjoy.
Clay Shooting Club Sponsor: Mr. Bosley
The Clay Shooting Club introduces the sport of clay target shooting that encompasses skeet, trap, and sporting clays. Participants will learn gun safety and the proper way to compose themselves as they improve their shooting techniques. The club will enter competitions to compete against several other area schools. Some club members may find this as an opportunity to develop a pathway to scholarship at many of the colleges across the country. The club is open to both Middle and Upper School students.
Fishing Club Sponsor: Dr. Hogg
The purpose of the Fishing Club is to encourage sportsmanship, integrity, conservation, and development of the skills and knowledge needed to be successful anglers. Fishing Club plans to organize social fishing outings and trips with a goal for competing with other local fishing clubs. The fishing club will also serve as springboard for intentional fellowship and discipleship.
Science Olympiad Club Sponsor: Mrs. Michalek
Science Olympiad is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of K–12 science education by helping to create a technologically literate workforce and providing recognition for outstanding achievement by both students and teachers. These goals are achieved by participating in Science Olympiad tournaments where teamwork is a required skill. Science Olympiad encourages group learning by designing events that forge alliances.
TAPPS Academics Sponsor: Robin Meath
The TAPPS Team exists to provide team-building, training, and preparation time for students interested in competing on the TAPPS Academic Team. Academic coaches will be on hand to prepare students in the various categories as well as provide test-taking strategies, study skills, focused study time, and more.