Liberty High School (Ohio)

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Liberty High School
1 Leopard Way
Youngstown, Ohio 44505
United States
Coordinates 41°09′22″N 80°39′18″W / 41.1561°N 80.6550°W / 41.1561; -80.6550Coordinates: 41°09′22″N 80°39′18″W / 41.1561°N 80.6550°W / 41.1561; -80.6550
Type Public, coeducational
School district Liberty Local School District
NCES School ID 390501903871[1]
Principal Akesha Joseph
Faculty 31
Grades 912
Enrollment 357[2] (2014–15)
Color(s) Maroon and gold
Athletics conference All-American Conference
Blue Division
Team name Leopards
Rival Girard
Newspaper The Leopard's Roar
Yearbook Oracle

Liberty High School is a public high school in Liberty Township, just north of Youngstown, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Liberty Local School District.


Ohio High School Athletic Association Championships

  • Boys Cross Country – 1975
  • Girls Track and Field – 1978[3]
  • Wrestling (individual 275 lbs) - John Delgarbino 1991[4]
  • Wrestling (individual 103 lbs) - Joe Joltin 1994[4][5]
  • Wrestling (individual 112 lbs) - Joe Joltin 1995[4][5]

Other notable athletic accomplishments

  • Boys Basketball - Trumbull County's longest winning streak, 63 regular season games. The streak began on Feb. 20, 1987 and ended on Dec. 4, 1990.[6]


WLHS-TV3 was the closed circuit television station that broadcast throughout the high school. Regular shows included the "Morning Update" and the "Afternoon Update". WLHS also broadcast full coverage of special events such as pep rallies, student voting and fundraisers. WLHS-TV3 was created and built by student Dave Malkoff in 1993. The station was funded by a grant from the Liberty Local School District. Transmission was provided by utilizing equipment installed by Whittle Communications for their "Channel One" program.[7]

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