Welcome to Liberty High School

Home of the Minuteman!  Liberty High School is part of Bedford County Public Schools serving the town of Bedford and surrounding areas.  Find useful links for teacher webpages under Our Staff or look for important forms and links under Parents and Students.  Learn more about what is happening at Liberty via the Calendar or Our School link.  Below you can find important announcements and Minutemen Good News!

Announcements:    
  • Exam Schedule
    • Students will not report to homeroom on exams day, but will report directly to the designated exam period each morning.
    • During exams, students are not to be released to go to work.  Students must adjust their work schedule to match the school’s exam schedule.  
    • Parents and guardians are reminded not to check out students during exam time.
    • Exam block times will include a study period prior to testing.
    • On Tuesday and Wednesday students will each lunch with with their 4th period class.
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      12/16 – TUES

      2B Exam

      9:00 – 12: 00

      4B Exam

      12:05 – 3:35

      12/17 – WED

      2A Exam

      9:00 – 12: 00

      4A Exam

      12:05 – 3:35

      12/18 – THURS

      1B Exam

      9:00 – 12: 00

      3AB Exam

      12:05 – 3:35

      12/19 – FRI

      1A Exam

      9:00 – 12:25

      Regular 3AB & 4A

      12:25 – 3:35

  • charlie brownAuditions are being held for our first musical in six years!   Please read the attached flyer for more information.  All audition forms can be found on our Theatre department's webpage
  • Parents join us for the Registration Information Fair on January 12th at the Bedford Science Technical Center in the Auditorium from 6:00pm until 8:00pm (Snow date January 13).  This is our fourth Parent Night in a series sponsored by the 21st Century grant.  See this flyer for more information.  A boxed meal will be provided, please RSVP by clicking HERE.  Parents & students will have the opportunity to: Tour the Career and Technology Classrooms, Meet BSTC Instructors, Meet LHS Instructors, Review 2015-16 Registration Process & Discussions with School Counselors.
  • Attention Sophomores: There will be an  Early College Information Session at the CVCC-Bedford Satellite Center on  Thursday, January 8 from 6-7pm.  
  • Connect with our library on Facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Liberty-High-School-Library/335045465110
  • Follow our Minutemen and support our athletics on social media.  Twitter: @MinutemenPride  Instagram: Minutemen_Pride  Facebook: Minutemen Pride
  • SENIORS!  Don't miss out on important information regarding the Class of 2015.  Check out our Senior Page by following the Quick Links on the right or clicking HERE.   
  • ALL students must be registered with Infosnap. This is the registration service we began using this school year to keep electronic records for student information. Family Snapcodes [access codes] were given out at the beginning of the year. If you have misplaced your Snapcode (which is needed for online registration) please contact the school registrar. One of the great things about Infosnap is you only need to fill out information once for all of your children. Another positive benefit of Infosnap is that for future years, you will only have to update information. It is very important that you register with Infosnap as this replaces the emergency card system we previously used. We appreciation your attention to this matter!  Please follow the links provided on the homepage of BCPS:  http://bedford.sharpschool.net/ under General Notifications on the home page. 
  • digital signLHS 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. 
    • Class Leaders:
      • 1st Place: Class of 1969
      • 2nd Place: Class of 1983
      • 3rd Place: Class of 1985

Minutemen Good News:
Click here to read about success stories throughout Bedford County.

  • Nov EOmCongratulations to Liberty High School employee of Month for November, Leslie Bowyer. Mrs. Bowyer is a native to Bedford County. She is married to Allen Bowyer and has two children Kat and Grafton. Mrs.Bowyer has been teaching art at Liberty High School for eleven years and is dedicated teacher and mentor for many students at LHS. She takes time out of her day to coach and guide students toward graduation, even when it is not her art class holding them back. Not only does Mrs. Bowyer go over and above for individual students, she also is committed to making LHS and the Bedford county community a more beautiful place through art and community service. The murals and bulletin boards seen throughout the LHS campus are largely the work of Mrs. Bowyer and her students. They created the works display at the Bedford Welcome Center the “Salute to Veterans”. The students also designed the art work displayed at the Hebrew Coffee House.  During the month of November Mrs. Boyer has partnered with the Family and Consumer Sciences students at LHS on the Empty Bowls Project. The Empty Bowl Project has not only given her students and opportunity to work with pottery, but also gives back to the community through the Bedford Backpack Program. LHS would also recognizes Mrs. Jessica Brown for her part in the Empty Bowls Project, which ultimately generated several hundreds of dollars in donations for the Bedford Backpack Program and put the artwork and culinary work of LHS students in the hands and bellies of lots of people in the Bedford community. A special thanks for the business who donated the gifts for employee of the month, Wendy's of Western Virginia (a single combo), Frederic's Florist (lovely bouquet),McDonald's (a free meal each week for a month), Berglund of Bedford (a free oil change), Liberty Station (free lunch) and Subway in Bedford (free 6 inch sandwich).
  • Commended StudentsWe are pleased to announce that Dan Brown and Glenn Field have been named Commended Students in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.  About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise.  Although they will not continue in the 2015 competition for National Merit Scholarship Awards, Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2015 competition by taking the 2013 Preliminary SAT National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).  “The young men and women being name Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success,” commented a spokesperson for NMSC, “These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation.  We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success.” 
  • We are so proud of Dr. Dills!  This week Dr. Dills was named Woman of Achievement by the BPW (Bedford Professional Women)! 
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  • Congratulations to Coach Watts on his 100 wins as the Head Coach of the Minutemen!!!  So much to be proud of and just want to thank Coach Watts for all that he has done for the young men he has coaches as well as Liberty High School over the last 13 years at the helm...and many, many, many years prior to that as an assistant football coach as well as the Head Wrestling Coach here at LHS...Congratulations Coach Watts and THANK YOU!!! 
  • Our Marching Minutemen continue to make us proud with their outstanding performances at band competitions.  Most recently  they placed in 2A Class: 
    1st place Drum Major
    1st place Color Guard
    2nd Place Overall
    3rd Place Marching 
    2nd Place Music 
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  • LHS has been chosen as a Blue Star School for the 2013-2014 academic year. To qualify as a Blue Start School, a school, testing ten or more students, must have achieved a 75% passing rate on our Financial Literacy Certification Test and have EITHER a majority of students on a given grade level take the Test OR have the students who took it achieve an average score of 80% or higher. This is no small feat. All the 2013-14 Blue Star Schools are listed in the attached.  FROM David J. Anderson, Executive Vice President of Working In Support of Education:  "We are truly proud of your students’ accomplishment. We are equally proud of you and your teachers who helped them become Certified Financially Literate™. Because of your dedicated and tireless commitment, you have given them vital knowledge about their personal finances. You have also provided them with the tools they need to become financially capable young adults.  Once again, congratulations to all of this years Blue Star schools for an outstanding achievement and sincere thanks for your tremendous hard work in helping to improve the financial literacy of our nation’s young people."