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Administration Team

Dr. April Adams, Principal

Jason Cahill, Activities Director

Bridget Herrman, Assistant Principal

Edward TateAssistant Principal

David McDorman, Administrative Intern

Sara Wickham, Assistant Principal

Counseling Team

Greg Casel

Scott Gillespie

Nikki Junco

Trilaina McCallum

Brenda Wiederholt


Cathy Mendez, Social Worker


Contact Information

Administration Office-         (816) 736-5340

Counseling Office-               (816) 736-7046

Nurses Office-                      (816) 736-7040

Freshman Newsfeed

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The 9th-grade year is a time to meet new people, discover interests, build community, develop skills, and deepen understanding.  


Academically, our freshmen journey through the history of America, study the science of life and living organisms, develop writing skills and ideas about human relationships through texts such as Romeo and Juliet and To Kill a Mockingbird, and make sense of the world by exploring mathematical ideas such as solving equations and functions.


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Getting involved in high school is one of the most important steps to a positive experience.  Students that are involved in extracurricular activities, whether it be athletics, fine arts, or any number of our clubs/organizations, feel a stronger sense of community and perform better in school.  

Through our Advisory program and Liberty Hour support, students have access to supportive teachers for mentoring, tutoring, and more. 

Freshman students will also work with Link Crew Leaders throughout the year.  Link Crew Leaders are a group of Juniors and Seniors who are truly dedicated to helping all freshman transition successfully to the high school. Link Leaders will be here for you on Freshman Orientation Day and several times per month we will be in your Advisory classrooms to share some valuable lessons and just hang out!  We also have some exciting social events just for you.

Liberty High School also supports students in creating a safe school environment by empowering students to speak out.  Any student or community member can report an issue of concern by talking directly to an adult in our school or by filing an anonymous report through Sprigeo

We are Liberty High School!


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All Liberty High School students receive an 11" Mac Air for use during the school year. 

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  • Study! GPAs start ticking now. Make a plan to prioritize academics. 
  • Plan! Use Naviance Family Connection to explore interests and plan your steps for making your dreams a reality.
  • Explore! Get involved at school. Explore athletics, clubs, music, art, debate, Student Council, and more. 
  • Read!  Our Library Media Center offers a vast selection of great books in print or digital formats. 
  • Volunteer!  A service-minded individual knows that giving to others is giving to yourself. 
  • Record!  Develop and update your resume to include clubs and activities, honors, service hours and more. 

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Tips from LHS Students:

  • Get involved! Stay involved!!
  • Manage your time. Organize your "stuff".
  • DO your homework!
  • Ask for help. Use your resources, i.e. teachers and Liberty Hour tutoring time, Link Leaders, Counselors
  • Believe the people that say "High School is HARD"! So work hard and commit yourself from day 1 to graduate on-time, make good grades, and have fun along the way.
  • High School can be the greatest time of your life, if you start off on the RIGHT foot!!