Welcome to Liberty High School

The vision of Liberty High School is to connect students, through the use of technology and personalized learning, with a rigorous and relevant curriculum and/or career preparation program.

The mission of Liberty High School is to incorporate rigorous and relevant instruction while establishing meaningful connections with our students.

  • After school remediation has begun.  Find more information under the Remediation section of "Our School" or in the Quick Links.
  • The 21 Century Community Learning Center will be offering an SAT and ACT test prep course twice a week in the upcoming weeks.  There are two courses that will be held on separate nights starting on the following dates:
    SAT will begin on Oct. 24th and be held on Monday and Wednesday nights from 4 to 6 pm, while the ACT test prep will begin on Nov. 1st and be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 4-6pm.  This is a five week course with transportation provided and the course is free of charge. There is a sign up sheet in the main office as well as in Mrs. Crouch's office.  This opportunity will be limited to the first 20 people who sign up.  Sign up Today!

  • varsity jacketInterested in a varsity jacket?  We're bringing back an old tradition.  Click for HERE more information.  See Mr. Williams for more details.  

  • Support the Liberty High School Sports Boosters by eating at Bella's in Bedford every Monday nights. Tell the restaurant staff that you are from Liberty High School and 10% of proceeds will go to the Liberty High School Sports Boosters!
  • Mr. Ethan Lucas has been named Head Varsity Coach for Baseball and Mr. Nick McGuire has been named Assistant Coach for Baseball. Also, we have to have a place on our website dedicated to updates/information regarding baseball.  You can find it in the Quick Links, under Our School or click HERE.
  • Follow our Minutemen and support our athletics on social media.  Twitter: @MinutemenPride  Instagram: Minutemen_Pride  Facebook: Minutemen Pride 


  • LHSMinutemen Succeed, No Exceptions!  In order to help our Minutemen maximize their potential for success we now a Minutemen Resources webpage that link makes teacher assignments accessible from anywhere. Students can click on missing work to print and complete or find extra study tools.  Click here:https://sites.google.com/a/bedford.k12.va.us/minutemen-resources/ OR on the Quick Links Minutemen Resources.
  • Have you ever wanted to receive text reminders with announcements concerning LHS?  Now you can!  Click HERE to sign up!  More information is on the Daily Announcements page.
  • Keep up to date with all the great activities that our 21st Century Grant are sponsoring through their webpage: https://sites.google.com/a/bedford.k12.va.us/lhs21/. There is also a quick link in the link list on our homepage. College credit, summer fun or classes to improve work readiness skills are just a few of the cool things that our 21st Century Grant program offers.  
  • Find out more about all the great things our library offers here: https://sites.google.com/a/bedford.k12.va.us/lhs-library/
  • LHS Electronic Sign Fundraiser:  We are asking every graduate and parent of every graduate to donate at least $1 to help make the dream of a digital sign become a reality.  Thanks to the SCA Auction we are closer than ever to our goal.  Currently we have $10,095.43 towards our goal for an electronic sign.   Class Leaders: 1st Place: Class of 1965; 2nd Place: Class of 1970; 3rd Place: Class of 1969.


  • What a SPECIAL day for our students last week.  Liberty University had a special convocation last week for Special Olympics.  Our Liberty athletes were there to be a part of this wonderful event.  You can watch the entire thing live on our Bedford County Public Schools Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/bedfordcountyps/  You're going to want to take the time to watch this video.  #MinutemenSucceed #ProjectUnify  http://www.liberty.edu/news/index.cfm?PID=18495&MID=208879

    Special Olympics Convocation from Liberty News on Vimeo.

  • TOYCongratulations to Miss Crystal DeLong who was just named the Region 5  VA Teacher of the Year!  Miss DeLong was named Liberty's Teacher of the Year and then the Bedford County Teacher of the Year in May.  Now she will go on to compete with 7 other teachers for Virginia Teacher of the Year.  Miss DeLong shows that Minutemen Succeed, No Exceptions!  Local media were at Liberty to cover the event.  Read more here.
  • Congratulations to the Super Seniors for the month of October. These seniors, who were nominated by their teachers, will receive gift cards from Dominos of Bedford. The Super Seniors are Thomas Bandy, Hannah Burnette, and Maloni Wright.
  • October's Students of the Month are for 9th grade Carlos Lorenzo; 10th grade Bradley Grohs; 11th grade Zach Key. These students are being honored by Dominos of Bedford.
  • Congratulations to Maloni Wright whose History Day project broke into history day finals here at the University of Maryland! She is one of two Virginia projects moving on to competition! Her presentation was "Loving vs. Commonwealth of Virginia:  Exchanging Vows, Encountering Racism, and Exploring the 14th Amendment".
  • Principal Dr. Dills, Personal Finance Teachers Mrs. Willis and Ms. Austin, appreciate American National Bank's commitment to financial literacy at Liberty High School. Students complete modules and earn a certificate for Financial Literacy Certification. Representing our own Bedford Branch are Scott Carter and Vikeesa Stultz.

  • finance literacy
  • econMinutemen Succeed in Personal Finance!  Liberty High School won at the Regional Level to move on the participate  in The Governor's Challenge in Economic and Personal Finance, a rigorous statewide competition held Thursday, April 14th at Virginia Commonwealth University(VCU) in Richmond. VCEE's Mortensen explains that The Challenge brings classroom concepts to life for students. "Learning about economics and how it relates to their lives helps student realize they already participate in the global ecnomoy," Mortensen states.  "Applying these concepts leads to more informed buying and saving decisions on the part of students. They make better choices when planning for their future, including college and job choices."  From Left to right: Jeanne Willis, Teacher Liberty High School, Kirsten Dooley, Dan Mortensen, Executive Director, Virginia Council on Economic Director, Emily Tinsley, Morgan Armington, Becky Booth, Director, Center for Economic Develop Lynchburg College.
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Date and Time: Nov 23, 2016-Nov 25, 2016 (EST)
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Date and Time: Dec 08, 2016 5:00PM- 9:00PM (EST)
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