Liberty Christian’s Fine Arts Department partied “like it’s 1999” on April 27 at the annual Artist’s Garden production that began 25 years ago in 1994. Each performance showcased different aspects of the decade, from emotional monologues to upbeat dance numbers.
The big event last month was the 13th annual Quest for the Crown reading competition, featuring 24 students from grades 3 to 5 on four teams – the Dangerous Dragons, the Black Mustangs, the Dazzling Dolphins, and the Super Seals.
Despite numerous bouts of cold weather, wind, and rain this season, tennis players prevailed at both district and state, with the boys winning the state title for the second consecutive year. Their first state championship occurred just last year.
More than 40 students received awards in various categories of art in this year’s annual TAPPS competition. Amassing a total of 272.5 points, Art clinched the championship, placing first overall in the 6A division.
Following Jesus’ resurrection as documented in Matthew 28, Jesus gives His disciples some of the most powerful instructions in all of the Bible. Passionately He tells them, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
“Home will be where the heart is, never were words so true.” This lyric from “Home” in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” could not describe more perfectly the cast and crew’s theme from this year’s spring musical.
On Feb. 9, Liberty Christian students received awards for their creative talents at the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) in Region 11N. All 15 students earned a top rating of IV and medaled.
Seven students from Liberty Christian traveled to Texas A&M Jan. 24 with teachers Brent Dragoo and Dawn Lobbes for a two-day engineering experience complete with an innovative design challenge, classroom and lab tours, and a college fair with various departments in the College of Engineering.
In Middle and Upper School chapels on Jan. 10, Liberty alumni from the graduating years of 2003 to 2018 gave powerful insight answering student questions about what life looks like in college: preparing academically, walking with the Lord, having godly relationships, and finding community.