This Week at LCP - October 10, 2022
This Week at LCP - October 3rd
Seniors: Remember to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)! Applications opened October 1st. Click on the link to apply. https://studentaid.gov
After reviewing the latest storm track, LCP will be closed Wednesday, September 28th, through Friday, September 30th. Please make appropriate plans for your family and be safe through the storm.
This Week at LCP - September 26th
Varsity Volleyball gets it done! by senior sports editor Aidan Werner. On Thursday, September 22nd the Girls Varsity Volleyball team played Landmark Christian at home. The girls were able to secure the win and move to 6-5 on the season.
This Week at LCP - September 19th
Acing the competition! By Senior Sports Editor Aidan Werner. On Tuesday, September 13th, The middle school girls volleyball team won 3-0 against FCCS. The team won all three games by a wide margain and moved to 2-1 on the season!
This Week at LCP - September 12th
Cross Country Team Tackled A Hard Course by: Aidan Werner, Senior Sports Editor. On Saturday, September 10th, the Liberty Christian Prep Cross Country team ran their second race of the season at Mt Dora Christian's 47th Annual Cross Country Invitational! The course is the 3rd hardest course in the state of Florida and is known for a large of amount of hills. LCP finished 5th in the race with Iskandar Wager, finishing first on the team and 20th overall, with a time of 23:13.
Fighting through adversity! The lady lions varsity volleyball team started strong against North Kissimmee, going up 2-0 in the first two matches. The opposing team came back strong and tied it at 2-2. The lady lions didn't fold when faced with adversity, and rallied to win the last match, securing the big win. This moves the team to 3-3 on the season.
This Week at LCP - September 6th
This Week at LCP - August 29th
This Week at LCP - August 22nd
It's Orientation Day! K-6th grade class lists are on the front doors of the school now. 7th-12th grade schedules will be available in the sanctuary at orientation. Last names A-F 2:30, G-O 4:00, P-Z 5:30. We will begin in the sanctuary at those times. We are exited to see all K-12 families at orientation!
School starts in just a few weeks! Below is a list of the items your student will need for school this year. - LCP school uniforms (kindergarten-12th grade) - Backpack - Lunchbox - ESV Bible (1st-12th grade) All other school supplies are included in your student's material fee.
Join Our Team!
Liberty Christian Prep is excited to announce our new High School English and Social Studies Teacher, Ms. Jensen. "Greetings! My name is Bethany Jensen, and I'm thrilled to say this will be my 6th year teaching. I grew up in Orlando, Florida, and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in English and Communications from Rollins College. I began my teaching career in the Lake County School District only after discovering my love for teaching/ministering to children through the Lake County 4-H Program. While there, I helped manage and organize volunteers for their youth programs. The program gave those children a positive outlet where they could learn financial literacy, leadership and citizenship, all while working together as a team. My love for these children and this program is what encouraged me to begin my teaching career. Currently, I live in Lake County, and have two children, Anna and Tucker. I enjoy cooking, reading, watching movies, and spending time with my family. I look forward to meeting all of my students and becoming a part of the LCP family where I can help your children to grow." Welcome to the LCP family, Ms. Jensen!
Liberty Christian Prep is excited to announce our new 1st Grade teacher, Mrs. Mang. Mrs. Alison Mang has over thirty years of experience teaching in Christian schools. She received her degree from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and has taught from kindergarten through ninth grade. Mrs. Mang also attended the three levels of training required to be an educational therapist with the National Institute for Learning Development (NILD). She also received training in Archie Silver and Rosa Hagin’s Search and Teach program. Mrs. Mang enjoys seeing her students' “light bulbs” come on when they wrestle with and understand the principles of learning. She loves teaching all subjects, but especially Bible. Mrs. Mang believes memorizing Scripture is important as those verses are a source of help and comfort when times get tough. She works alongside parents to “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 Welcome to the LCP family, Mrs. Mang!