Support Liberty
 
Annual Fund Goal – $1.025M
Tuition Assistance Goal – $1.1M
Gifted to Date: $676,584
In partnership with parents, Liberty Christian recognizes and develops the unique characteristics of individual students through rich academic, co-curricular, and spiritual life programs to prepare students to fulfill God’s purpose for their lives.
Liberty Warrior Initiatives
Our 2018/19 Annual  Fund
One of the ways we seek to transform education and experiences for our students and families is to encourage volunteering and giving. There are many ways to make a difference at Liberty, and financial gifts are a lifeline to building and sustaining a community. Like most private schools, tuition at Liberty Christian covers only 85 percent of the cost to educate.

Your support for general operational school expenditures is critical to our success. We have also identified multiple areas within the school for growth that will provide opportunities to advance the passions and interests of each student and family. We believe that with your support, everything is possible, and we will continually be uniquely better!
 

List of 8 frequently asked questions.

  • Spiritual Life

     
    • Annual 8th Grade Wilderness Trip: Ultralight Cook Stoves, Dining Equipment, and Cooking Pans – $5,000 

    Gifted
    Wilderness Trip: Underwriter for Student Mentors – $10,000 GIFTED
    Annual Middle and Upper School Easter Chapel Series “Cross Exam”: Underwriter for the Speaker, Band, and Décor – $2,000 GIFTED
    Middle School Ski Trip: Underwriter for Leader Mentors – $1,000 GIFTED
    Lower School Pastor: Training Materials and Workshops – $750 GIFTED
    Middle and Upper School Pastors: Underwriter for Salary Support – $20,000 GIFTED
    Lower School Chapels: Speakers and Support Curriculum – $1,200 GIFTED
    Annual 8th Grade Wilderness Trip: Ultralight Cook Stoves, Dining Equipment, and Cooking Pans - $2,500 GIFTED
  • Teacher Sustainability and Growth

    • Enhance the Staff and Faculty Compensation Model: Rewards for advanced degrees and relevant certifications, and raise salaries to compete with market standards. This program will need initial funding of $1.6 million to lead Liberty into a competitive market that allows our community to keep and hire the best Christian professional educators.
    Goal – $1.6M

    Gifted
    $125,000
  • Professional Development

    • Robotics Advanced Training Conference – $1,500
    • Differentiated Instruction: Preschool to 12th Grade Staff Training and Professional Development – $15,000 
    • National Association for College Admission Counseling Conference – $3,300

    Gifted
    TAGT Professional Development Conference – $10,000 GIFTED
    Differentiated Instruction: Preschool to 12th Grade Staff Training and Professional Developmen – $500 GIFTED


  • Tuition Assistance

    Embracing the Value of Diversity – Tuition Assistance
    • Promoting a diverse socioeconomic and cultural community through needs-based tuition assistance by providing more than 200 students, which is 20 percent of our student body, the opportunity to be a part of the Liberty community.
    Give a Gift – $5,000    Annual Goal – $1.1M


    Gifted
    $125,620
    Karen Moore Fund – $10,000 GIFTED
  • Academics

    Academic Advancement
    • Summer Design Institute for 70 Preschool to 12th Grade Teachers: Create Program and Classroom Development in Research and Inquiry-Based Learning – $40,000
    • Library: Additional Fiction and Nonfiction Literature – $3,200
     
    Classroom Development
    • Alphabet Carpet Squares for Preschool (4 sets) – $600
    • Texture Tub Supplies for Preschool – $500
    • Light Tables and Table Activities for Preschool – $2,016
    • Easy-Build Bricks for Preschool – $270
    • Indoor/Outdoor Chair Set and Easels for Preschool – $400
    • Outdoor Little Tikes Classic Castle for Preschool – $450
    • Outdoor Instrument Flowers for Preschool (set of 4) – $3,000
    • Create Collaborative Learning Spaces in Two Nonconventional Classrooms for Middle and Upper School: Offer Shared Space with Reconfigurable Furniture to Reach Learning Goals – $12,000

    Adjusted Teaching Styles/Lower School Learning Center
    • Upgrade License for Barton Reading System for Lower School Learning Center – $7,000
    • Materials for Vocabulary, Writing, Reading Comprehension, and Sensory Support – $5,000

    Gifted
    • Preschool Classroom tables – $1,000 GIFTED
    • "C-Pen" reader pens for students with dyslexia for Lower School Learning Center (4) – $1,000 GIFTED
    • Franklin Spelling Ace with Thesaurus for Lower School Learning Center (4) – $80 GIFTED
    • Mini Dry Erase Boards and markers for Preschool (60) – $425 GIFTED
    • Create Collaborative Learning Spaces in Two Nonconventional Classrooms for Middle and Upper School: Offer Shared Space with Reconfigurable Furniture to Reach Learning Goals – $2,000 GIFTED
  • Athletics

    Boys and Girls
    • Strength and Conditioning: Kevlar Medicine Balls – $1,600
    • Strength and Conditioning: Cardio Equipment – $2,500
     
     
    Baseball
     
    • Varsity Baseball Jerseys – $2,880
    • Varsity Baseball Field Maintenance Improvements – $7,500
     
    Softball
    • Varsity Softball Uniforms – $3,000
    • Middle School Softball Equipment – $1,400
     
    Swim
    • Pool Fees and Transportation – $7,500
     
    Track and Field
    • Boys Uniforms and Warm-up Apparel – $5,800
    • Girls Uniforms and Warm-up Apparel – $4,900
    • New High Jump System – $6,800
    • Upgraded Hurdles – $5,640
     
    Soccer
    • Practice Bow Nets – $600
    • Coerver Goals – $2,150
     
    Wrestling
    Coaches’ Training and Clinic at Oklahoma State University – $850
    • Treadmills - $1,400

    Gifted
    •LYA Practice Equipment for Nine Youth Sports Programs – $2,750 GIFTED
    •LYA National High School Associations Coaches’ Training – $2,000 GIFTED
    •Team dinner for the Cross Country State Meet WARRIOR CLUB GIFTED
    •Internet access for the new Hudl Camera System WARRIOR CLUB GIFTED
    •Upgraded camera for Yearbook WARRIOR CLUB GIFTED
    •Video Camera to film Althletics and Fine Arts events – WARRIOR CLUB GIFTED
    •Refrigerator for the Fine Arts breakroom WARRIOR CLUB GIFTED
    •Football Headsets, Uniforms, and Inflatable Tunnel – $13,500 GIFTED
    •Cheer As Needed – $6,800 GIFTED
    •Volleyball Trip and Tournament – $3,790 GIFTED
    •Baseball As Needed – $6,242 GIFTED
    •Middle and Upper School Baseball Catcher Gear, Game Bases, and L Screens – $1,700 GIFTED
    • Coerver Goals – $1,000 GIFTED


  • Fine Arts

    Art Photography
    • Nine Computers – $9,441
    • Canon 24-105 Camera Lens – $1,099
     
    Digital and Broadcast Media
    • Video Tripod – $1,200
    • Computer for Video Design and Production – $1,500
    • Lighting Grid – $8,000
     
    Dance
     
     
    Choir
     
     
    Band
    • New Instrument: Vibraphone – $6,000
     
    Theatre
    • Artist’s Garden Fine Arts Showcase in April: Costumes, Props, and Lighting Design – $2,000

    Gifted
    • Rebel T7i camera for Yearbook - WARRIOR CLUB GIFTED 
    • Video Camera to film Athletics and Fine Arts events – WARRIOR CLUB GIFTED 
    • Dance Team As Needed - $10,000 GIFTED
    • Dance Professional Choreographers – $3,000 GIFTED
    • Competition Season: New Music, Costumes, and State Recording Submission Fee – $1,700 GIFTED
    • Spring Musical “Beauty and the Beast”: Professional Choreography, Orchestra, Sets, Costumes, and Lighting Design – $26,000 GIFTED



     


  • STEM

    • Lower School Robotics Kits – $3,950
    • Middle School Robotics Kits and Competition Arena – $5,299
    • Middle School Electronics Unit – $2,400
    • Middle/Upper School 3D CAD Compatible Computers – $4,500
     
    • Upper School Applied Engineering Components for BattleBots – $4,800

    Gifted
    • Solar Car - $22,700 GIFTED
    • Upper School Aerospace Engineering Rockets – $3,400 GIFTED
    • Upper School Makerspace Carbon Fiber Bridge Project – $1,200 GIFTED

If you have any questions or you would like to discuss your giving, please contact:

Dedra Brynn, VP Advancement:
o 940.294.2129, c 603.682.1801

Kirk Porter, Development Officer:
o 940.294.2103, c 972.880.0021

1301 South Highway 377    |    Argyle, Texas 76226   |    940-294-2000

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