Liberty Christian Students Present Projects at State Science Fair

Ribbon winners from the regional science fair traveled to San Antonio March 23–26 to explain their scientific learning to judges and gain insight from a host of innovations in the field of science.

As a reward for all of their dedicated work, the group celebrated at Fiesta Texas while in San Antonio. 

Congratulations to the students who competed at the state fair: middle school students Reeves Baller, Amalya Graham, Mackenzie Hamilton, Major Hermann, Savanna Morris, Michael Ramirez, Sydney Reardon, Julia Shanks and Kathryn Tyler; and Upper School students Austin Graves, Mary Harshfield, Lindsay Tito, Kambryn Vera, Jake Watson and Arnold Xu.  

Grandparents Day Brings Families Together with Onstage Performances and Classroom Visits

Every Thursday before Easter, Liberty Christian School hosts Grandparents Day that welcomes nearly 800 grandparents to campus every year.

On March 29, grandparents arrived that morning for breakfast and then an onstage performance, “Royal Celebration,” that featured their grandchildren from preschool to fifth grade in their costumes singing, acting and playing in the band. 

Afterward, grandparents visited their grandchildren’s classrooms to see what their grandchildren have learned this school year. Many children made special cards and works of art for their grandparents as well.

For weeks, students rehearsed “royal” songs and skits to honor their special guests.

Golf Team Wins Division Championship at Palmetto Tournament in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

In its 13th visit to the Palmetto High School Golf Championship at the True Blue Golf Plantation and Caledonia Golf and Fish Club, Liberty Christian’s golf team secured first place in its division at the tournament.

Before traveling to South Carolina, the boys played several rounds to determine their ranking going into the tournament, with the lowest scoring player ranked No. 1. The winning navy team consisted of Jacob Taylor, Hunter Bacci, Camron Reddell, Andrew Gibson and Luke Foster.

The gray team also competed and included Jackson Wallace, Garrett White, Drennan Ryan, Jackson Hagen and Cameron Fellers.  

Students Serve at School and in the Community on Missions Day

On March 29, Middle School students helped at Liberty’s Grandparents Day and one group of Upper School students served at Flower Mound’s Food for the Soul, while the other at Frisco Family Services.

With nearly 800 grandparents coming to Liberty that day to see their preschool to fifth-grade grandchildren perform onstage, Middle School students assisted by organizing and picking up the Stage Area and cafeteria that had transformed to an auditorium earlier in the day. 

At Frisco Family Services, Upper School students sorted and counted inventory at its food bank and thrift store. The organization provides meals, clothing, household goods, shoes, school supplies and adult life-skill classes to Frisco and the surrounding communities.

Another group of Upper School students helped Food for the Soul prepare and pack meals and snacks for students on a lunch program from a local school district. The mission of this nonprofit is to fight childhood hunger through its backpack program and meals provided to student athletes before games and to children who may go hungry on the weekends.


The sprawling Gaylord Texan Resort opened the doors of its latest addition, the $120 million Vineyard Tower.

It adds 303 guest rooms to the resort’s current 1,511 room inventory. It also includes 86,000 square feet of carpeted meeting space.

The first floor will welcome guests with a dedicated main driveway and outdoor garden terrace. Inside, the tower will feature 30,000 square feet of carpeted breakout space and a corridor to the existing portion of the resort.

On the second floor, the tower will feature expansive pre-function space as well as another large outdoor terrace overlooking the shores of Lake Grapevine. The second floor will also house the new 30,000-square-foot ballroom.

Flower Mound Band to March in Tournament of Roses Parade

Flower Mound High School band members will be representing their school district, town and state when they march in the 130th annual Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day in Pasadena, California.

Tournament of Roses President Gerald Freeny visited Flower Mound on Friday, April 27. In honor of his visit, the band hosted a barbecue dinner at Flower Mound 9th Grade Campus. Community members were able to meet Gerald and hear him speak about the parade.