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!

  • Wednesday, August 26th - We have placed all schools on perimeter lockdown status following a shooting in Franklin County this morning. This is a precautionary measure suggested by law enforcement. We will continue to provide updates as they become available. The safety of our students and our staff will reside above anything else this morning.
  • Liberty High School is excited to be conducting anti bullying assemblies with Keith Deltano of www.DontBullyOnline.com on  Sept 2nd at 12:40 and 1:50. 
  • Through 21st Century we are able to offer FREE college credit P.E. Courses with CVCC. Classes start August 31st.  Click HERE for a flyer with more information. 
  • The Liberty High School counseling department will host a parent meeting on September 30, 2015 from 6:00-7:00PM in the LHS library.  We will discuss the senior year, the college application process, scholarships etc.   Bring your questions and your appetite...we will serve food! 
  • SENIORS!  Don't miss out on important information regarding the Class of 2016.  Check out our Senior Page by following the Quick Links on the right or clicking HERE.  
  • NEW 2015-2016 Student Registration: Snapcodes are required for student registration.  Follow this LINK to the BCPS homepage and scroll down for the links to complete InfoSnap registration for returning and new students.  Please see the Bedford County Public Schools’ webpage for a registration link: www.bedford.k12.va.us
  • We are starting something new at LHS.  Have you ever wanted to receive text reminders with announcements concerning LHS?  Now you can!  Many of our teachers already use a free service called Remind to remind students about upcoming projects or homework.  All you need to do to sign up is text @lhsbedford to 81010 or go remind.com/join/lhsbedford where you can chose to receive e-mail updates or texts.  Why do so many teachers love remind and why is it safe? "Remind is a free, safe, and simple messaging tool that helps teachers share important updates and reminders with students & parents. Subscribe by text, email or using the Remind app. All personal information is kept private. Teachers will never see your phone number, nor will you see theirs.  Visit remind.com to learn more."  This document also explains how to sign up.
  • Liberty High School is pleased to announce our Teacher of the year, Mrs. Nikaya Smith! Mrs. Smith has taught English at LHS for many years.  She has an energetic and exuberant personality who shows great passion for teaching students.  Congratulations Mrs. Smith!
  • Click here for our Student Support Schedule which provides the times of teacher availability to help students outside of regular class time. 
  • Follow our Minutemen and support our athletics on social media.  Twitter: @MinutemenPride  Instagram: Minutemen_Pride  Facebook: Minutemen Pride
  • 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. 
    • We've really grown in our donations recently, we appreciate your donations, please encourage others to donate.   We've raised $4,000 so far - 27% of our goal!
    • Class Leaders:
      • 1st Place: Class of 1970
      • 2nd Place: Class of 1969
      • 3rd Place: Class of 1983

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  • EOMLiberty High School is very pleased to announce Miss Crystal DeLong as the Employee of the Month for May 2015. Miss DeLong has been teaching for seventeen years, eleven of which have been with Bedford County Public Schools. Miss DeLong taught overseas for six years and loves sharing her experiences with her students. Currently Miss DeLong teaches Advanced Placement Government and World History II. Nominated by the Social Studies department, they made the following comments for her nomination: “The Social Studies Department feels that Miss DeLong's many contributions to Liberty High School are worthy of recognition as Employee of the Month. She has steadfastly maintained  the School Website, worked on special projects for the administration, and can always be counted on as a volunteer for extracurricular school activities.Throughout the year she has also offered tremendous support to both her students and her colleagues as a mentor and friend; while maintaining very high levels of professionalism and creativity in teaching within her own classroom. For the reasons here stated and so many other intangible ones; the Social Studies Department feels that, Miss DeLong reflects the best qualities of a teacher and that the recognition of her contributions to Liberty High School, its staff, and its students is long overdue.” Miss DeLong received a bundle of gifts provided by several generous businesses in Bedford including a lovely arrangement of flowers from Frederic’s Flowers, an oil change from Berglund of Bedford, a free lunch from Liberty Station, a free meal and drink each week for a month from McDonald’s in Bedford, a free meal from Wendy’s and a free sub from Bedford Subway. Liberty High School is proud of the accomplishments of Miss DeLong and thanks the generous businesses for providing the wonderful gifts to show the wonderful support Liberty High School enjoys from the Bedford community. Minutemen Succeed…No Exceptions! 
  • CVGSPresenting Central Virgina's Governor School, LHS Class of 2015 (from Left to Right) Tim Burnette, Glenn Field and Dan Brown.  These young men were chosen for some prestigious awards last night at the reception.  Dan Brown received the Excellence in Connections in Mathematics award.  Tim Burnette received the Faculty Award of Excellence.  Glenn Field received the Excellence in Computer Science award.  All three gentlemen also received All A’s All-Star awards which means they had straight A’s on every exam and every grading period for both years they attend Governor’s School.   LHS is extremely proud of their accomplishments!
  • Signing DayCongratulations to our seniors who signed to play ball in college! Marckel Bonds will be attending CNU for football, Austin Porter will attend VMI for football, IV King will attend Ferrum College for soccer and Danny Orange (not pictured) will attend Newport News Apprentice School for football.


  • Congratulations to Brian Foster, who won Best in Show at the BCPS art show!

  • best in show


  • ForensicsLiberty High School is very proud of our recent achievers.  Senior Gabe Saunders represented LHS at the State Forensics tournament where he placed 4th!  
  • Congratulations to Rhiannon Cire who took first place at History Day in an individual performance on Joan of Arc and to Mary Catherine Dudley who took third place with a documentary on Audrey Hepburn. Pictured below - Sophomore Rhiannon Cire and freshmen Mary Catherine Dudley and Faith Ringressy all placed at the regional History Day.  
  • history day 
  • ScholarshipLiberty High School is pleased to present the Randolph College Book to Julia Scruggs, an outstanding junior who has been selected for her achievements in academic excellence and her leadership potential. The book being presented by Liberty High School Director of School Counseling, Robyn Whorley, is The Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art:  1911-2011, An Illustrated Timeline.  In addition to the book, Julia automatically qualifies for a renewable merit scholarship of $5000.00 per year is she applies and is accepted for admission to Randolph College.  
  • Congratulations to our senior Katie Martin who was nominated and selected to play in the 2015 VSHCA Volleyball All Star match in July.  Katie will represent Liberty High School and play in early July at Liberty University along with players throughout the state of Virginia in an East vs West match up. Katie was an All Conference 30 and All Region III First Team selection for the 2014 season as a setter for the Lady Minutemen. 
  • Congratulations to the final Super Seniors of the year: Tyler Bishop, Alexis Craig, and Brandon Delp. These seniors, who were nominated by their teachers, will receive gifts for Domino's of Bedford and the Senior class.
  • The Students-of-the-Month for May are: 9th grade Shelby Peak; 10th grade Lexi Thomas; 11th grade Hannah C. Overstreet. These students are being honored by Domino's of Bedford.
  • glennLiberty High School is so proud of senior Glenn Field!  Glenn Field recently competed in Charlottesville with 117 students from across the nation for the prestigious Jefferson Scholarship.  This award covers all costs for attending the University of Virginia for four years.  Glenn was chosen as one of the 35 recipients of this scholarship.  The qualities that UVA emphasizes for this award are leadership, citizenship and scholarship.  Glenn is the son of Tommy and Cynthia Field of Bedford.
  • We are SO proud of LHS's SCA!  They have been awarded the Virginia Student Councils Achievement Award for the 2014-2015 school year.  Liberty is one of the 21 schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia to receive this prestigious award. Our student council officers are pictured below. SCA Officers
  August 2015  
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