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Remarkable Warriors
The Warrior Way is a set of values based on the vision of Liberty Christian School and characterized by a central focus on Christ, wrapped in academics and co-curricular pursuits.

Our students exhibit the Warrior Way daily on and off campus. Below are highlighted students who have displayed a true picture of living out the Warrior Way by embracing God's Truth, demonstrating leadership, striving for excellence, valuing scholarship, exhibiting Christ-like character, pursuing service, and building community.

At Liberty, we believe students aren't just students, they are mind, body, and soul capable of marvelous achievements. Our students are Remarkable Warriors!

Do you have a Remarkable Warrior story to share? Please email the student's name and details to communications@mylcs.com.

Zach Salter

Leadership, service, and community. Three principles rooted in the Warrior Way, a set of values intended to guide Warriors in their daily actions. Zach Salter, a senior at Liberty, has demonstrated these principles and more in his service and dedication to the Boy Scouts of America for more than 11 years. As a result of his hard work and dedication, Zach recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the BSA. Eagle Scout is recognized nationwide as the most prestigious and highly treasured award in the BSA, an accomplishment that lasts a lifetime earned only through hard work, diligence, and perseverance.
Zach achieved his Eagle Scout rank by dedicating over 70 service hours to projects in his community, earning 59 merit badges, and planning, organizing, and executing his Eagle Scout project: building six 8 x 6 foot garden planter boxes for Central Elementary School in Lewisville for their science curriculum.
The Eagle Scout Project is only part of the process to obtaining the rank of Eagle Scout. Each candidate must also complete the additional requirements before their 18th birthday of active participation, Scout spirit, earning merit badges, holding positions of responsibility, completing a service project, and holding a unit leader conference. Senior patrol leader, instructor, troop guide, and historian are just a few of the positions Zach has held since joining the BSA in 2014.
Each member must hold a leadership position for four months at a time in order to move up in rank, and experience within each role culminates to prepare scouts for their final Eagle Scout Project.
The BSA is an entirely student led organization, and every meeting is organized and led by patrol leaders. Senior scout members teach younger members leadership and survival skills like how to start a fire and essential first aid techniques.
Zach has earned 56 merit badges during his time with the BSA, including a Snorkeling and Paul Bunyan Woodsman award. Zach’s father said the design and architecture merit badges are his favorite.
Achieving the Eagle Scout Rank is no easy feat and requires demonstrated leadership and a servant’s heart. Zach has surpassed the characteristics of the Warrior Way in his pursuit of excellence within the Boy Scouts of America. Zach, you are a Remarkable Warrior!
“Eagle Scout is not just an award; it is a state of being. Those who earned it as youth continue to earn it every day as adults. That is why an Eagle Scout IS an Eagle Scout—not was.” 

Ava and Anna Claire Kristynik

Ava and Anna Claire Kristynik excel at a sport uncommon in Texas. A combination of basketball, soccer, and hockey, lacrosse is considered the first sport in America and requires strength, coordination, and, like most sports, an incredible amount of discipline. 
Despite being one of the fastest growing team sports in America, lacrosse is considered a nontraditional sport in the Southwest. Both Ava (Senior) and Anna Claire (Freshman) received special recognition this year for their lacrosse talent, and are proud to represent Liberty in their achievements. 
This year, Ava and Anna Claire were selected by a panel of judges and experts to play in the All-American Underclass Games, the most prestigious high school tournament of the summer. The sisters were chosen for teams representing their graduation year in the Southwest division and traveled to Indianapolis over the summer to compete against other divisions. Ava’s team won the championship and advanced to the National Championship in Virginia Beach, VA. 
Ava has verbally committed to play for Notre Dame next year and was named an Adrenaline All-American, a prestigious award given to the top 60 players from the West by the Adrenaline Evaluation Team for outstanding talent, leadership, and collegiate lacrosse achievement.
As an Adrenaline All-American, Ava will have the opportunity to compete in the All-American Game in Frisco, TX next summer, a nationally broadcasted game highlighting the top western lacrosse players. 
Ava and Anne Claire embody the characteristics of The Warrior Way both on and off campus by striving for excellence in their athletic pursuits. Their outstanding achievements and national recognition is evidence of their hard work, discipline, and leadership in the sport. Ava and Anna Claire, you are Remarkable Warriors!

Madison O'Rourke

Paying it forward-Liberty Senior Madison O’Rourke turned her struggles into triumph when she started the Shaping a Better Future Fundraiser to give back to Scottish Rite Hospital and help underwrite the cost of care for children with scoliosis.

Madison worked hard to overcome her struggle with scoliosis for nearly ten years, and as a senior went on to compete at state for track, and has been a volleyball district champ for two years. Madison said she would not be where she is today if it weren’t for Scottish Rite Hospital.

"I use my scoliosis journey to encourage myself that when I feel defeated, I still have fight left in me.”

Madison presented a check for nearly $50,000 to Scottish Rite Hospital in September-greatly surpassing her fundraising goal. We're proud of you, Madison!

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Liberty Christian School offers a Christ-centered, college preparatory education from prekindergarten through 12th grade with excellence in academics, fine arts, athletics, and spiritual life.