Seniors, Class of 2019

  • Liberty High School

    Class of 2019

    The Bedford County School Board, the Superintendent, and the Liberty High School administration and faculty are proud of the Class of 2019, and wish you the best in your future endeavors.

    Graduation Eligibility

    Students must complete all requirements for graduation by May 24, 2019, to be eligible for participation in the graduation ceremony on May 25, 2019. According to BCPS policy, students must have returned all textbooks and library books or paid fines for any lost or damaged books.  In addition, they must have settled any outstanding balances with the cafeteria and paid any Dual Enrollment fees with school counseling. Seniors who plan to participate in the graduation ceremony need to plan on arriving at the Vines Center at 12:30 PM on May 25, 2019.

    Required Dress

    Students will obtain the graduation robes, tassels, and caps through the school.  Attire under the robe for males will be dress pants, dress shirt, tie, and dress shoes and socks.  Attire for females will be a nice dress or skirt and blouse, or dress pants and a nice shirt, and dress shoes.  Students are reminded that their dress reflects their pride in themselves, their families, and their school. Students improperly dressed will not be allowed to participate in the exercises. If a student has a question about a particular item of dress, they should bring the item to graduation practice on May 17, 2019 and an administrator will determine if the item is within dress code.


    Students:  Students are expected to behave in a manner that adds to the dignity of the graduation ceremony. Please remember that we are guests on the LU campus and respect the grounds and the facility.  Students who do not meet the requirements for dress and conduct will not be issued a diploma on graduation day.

    Families and Guests:  Family members and guests are requested to display appropriate behavior in order to maintain the celebratory atmosphere of the ceremony. Family and guests cannot save large sections for seating.  Please plan to arrive together if you need a large block of seats. Family and guests are reminded that air horns and noisemakers of any kind (including those on cell phone apps) are NOT permitted in the Vines Center.  Guests caught with air horns and noisemakers will be escorted out by LU Security.

    Parking and Seating Accommodations

    There is sufficient parking close to the Vines Center.  Handicap parking is available in the Furnace Parking Lot directly across from the Vines Center.  Make sure that you have your handicap decal or license plate in view.  There is ample seating available in the Vines Center.


    You will graduate from high school only once.

    Help make the occasion one you can be proud of.



    As a reminder to students, they may wish to bring the shoes they plan to wear on graduation day to practice.  They will be going down a large amount of steps and should plan accordingly or practice in new shoes or high heels.

  • Find our more about Scholarships under the Scholarship section of the School Counseling Page. Click here.
  • All College Visits are also listed on the School Counseling Page.
  • The Class of 2018 Grade Level Handbook, prepared by Ms. Whorley with loads of helpful information. 
  • The Board of Education Seal for Excellence in Civics Education is a seal placed on your high school diploma for seniors who meet the following criteria:
    • Complete US History AND US Government with a grade of “B” or higher   Have good attendance (less than 5 unexcused days) and NO disciplinary infractions 
    • Complete 50 hours of voluntary participation (cannot be paid work) in community service
      • Activities that would satisfy this requirement include: volunteer work for charitable or religious organizations providing service to less fortunate, participation in Boy/Girl Scouts or similar youth organization, participation in JROTC, participation in political campaigns or government internships, participation in Boys/Girls State, participation in extracurricular activities that have a civic focus.
      • Any student who enlists in the US military prior to graduation will have met the voluntary community service requirement mentioned
    • Documentation forms are in the school counseling office and are due to your school counselor by April 13.
  • Pay your senior class dues to Mrs. Smith.

  • Students and their families are encouraged to use a variety of information sources to select a college and major. The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) has created an institutional profile for each Virginia public college and university, and for each independent college or university participating in the Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant Program; click here to access that link. 

  • Affordable Colleges Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing free higher education tools for current and future college students and their families, recently published research on all the Not-For-Profit universities and colleges in Virginia that offer online college programs. Historically, online programs have only been offered by for-profit institutions. Today, many of the most established not-for-profit state colleges and national universities have launched programs that provide flexibility and lower tuition prices for students. This dataset is unique to our site and is even ahead of the curve compared to other government education data sources such as NCES and IPEDS. A few of the key features on the page:
    - Unique list of accredited not-for-profit institutions offering online programs, sorted by affordability
    - Spotlight interviews provided by many college deans with the institution's philosophy on online learning
    - Direct links to the specific online departments, or e-campus, of each institution
    Anyone can access the college guide at the following location:

  • Online Databases of Colleges in Virginia

  • The Bedford County School Board approved a revision to regulation IK-R at its December 2013 meeting. The high school graduation recognition section was altered based on the timeline for determining honors based on our current and future calendars:
    • Graduation Recognition:The graduation distinction of honors or high honors status is determined by numerically calculating cumulative grade point averages of students classified as seniors. Students are recognized as achieving high honors status when their grade point average is 4.0 or above. Students are recognized as achieving honors status when their grade point average is 3.75-3.99. Grade point averages will be figured at the end of the first semester for this purpose. Final transcripts will reflect the ending grades and class rank of all students.
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