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    Department where we are committed to fostering the academic,

    personal, and post-secondary growth of every student!


  • BIg 6

    A weekly announcements highlighting the events sponsored by the
    Counseling & Social Work Department at Liberty High School

    Senior meetings are still going on! Remember to make an appointment with your counselor soon by clicking HERE.

     

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    Freshmen Parent Night

    Thursday, September 26, 6 PM

    Attention Freshman Parents - The LHS Counseling & Social Work Department would like to invite you to our 1st Annual Freshman Parent Night on Thursday, Sept 26 at 6pm at Liberty High School. Topics to be discussed include: Strategies for success at Liberty High School, Supports and services available to students, Planning for the future, Staying connected, and Partnering together for student success.

     

     

    2

    Leaderhip Opportunity for Juniors & Seniors

    Current juniors and seniors in the top 25% of the class are invited to attend the Future Leaders Academy hosted by Congressman Sam Graves. The event will take place at Missouri Western State University on October 17. Students will need to provide their own transportation. Stop by the counseling office by October 9 if you are interested.  

     

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    College Scholarship Fair

    Tuesday, September 24, 9 AM -12PM

    This event hosts representatives from colleges and universities who are prepared to talk with students about admissions and scholarship opportunities at their schools. Many students receive scholarship offers on the spot. A wide variety of schools participate, from large private and public universities to small, liberal-arts colleges. We are anticipating about 50 colleges again this year. The mission of the Infinite Scholars program is to provide financially-disadvantaged students with the financial means and guidance to further their education and pursue degrees at institutions of higher education. Over the past decade, the program has helped more than 100,000 students receive more than $1 Billion dollars in scholarships offers from participating colleges and universities. This year, Infinite Scholars will host 26 scholarship fairs in 24 cities. Students are asked to come prepared to talk about admission and scholarship opportunities with the college representatives. Students are asked to bring multiple copies of their unofficial high school transcript, test scores (ACT/SAT), two letters of recommendation, student resume, and an essay about why they want to attend college. Register HERE.

     

     

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    Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 2020 Spring College Tour

    The Beta Lambda Educational Institute presents the 23rd annual Alpha Phi Alhpa fraternity Inc., Historically Black College and University Tour (Alpha College Tour). The tour will be held Sunday, March 29th - Saturday, April 4th, 2020. Students will tour several HBCU's on the east coast including Hampton University, Bowie State University, Howard University and so many more! The cost of the tour is $500 and includes transportation, hotel accommodations, meals and more. Students in grades 10-11 must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA and seniors must have a 2.5 cumulative GPA and a minimum of an 18 on the ACT. There will be an informational meeting held on Saturday, October 5th at the Beta Lambda building at 2:00pm. Click HERE for more information, or for the application packet, please contact your LHS Counselor.  

     


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    Local College Fairs

    Christain College Fair

    This event will be held on Monday September 30th from 6-8:00PM at Maranatha Christain Academy. The address of the school is 15000 W. 63rd Street Shawnee, KS 66216

    National Fine Arts College Fair

    Students interested in performing and visual arts are encouraged to attend the National Performing and Visual Arts College Fair on October 3 at the Union Station Kansas City from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Go to gotomypvafair.com to register! 

     

     

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    College Reps visiting Liberty High School

    Students will need to receive a pass from the Counseling Office prior to attending any college visit other than lunch visits.

    Military branches visit LHS each month during lunch hours.

    Mon. Sept 23
    Missouri State, 10:30 AM
    Missouri Southern State Univ., 2 PM

    Tues. Sept 24
    Donnelly College, lunch
    Fontbonne Univ., 2 PM

    Wed. Sept 25
    Baptist Bible College, lunch
    Cleveland University Kansas City, 2 PM

    Thurs. Sept 26
    Grand Canyon University, 9 AM
    Minneapolis College of Art & Design, 2 PM

    Fri. Sept 27
    Mizzou, 9 AM
    Missouri Western, 9:30 AM
    Truman State, 2 PM

    Mon. Sept 30
    UMKC, 9 AM
    Johnson & Wales University, 9:30 AM

    Tues. Oct 1
    Avila University, 9 AM
    MCC Maple Woods, 9:30 AM

     


     


     

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