Liberty North High School
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|Liberty North High School|
|1000 NE 104 Street
|School district||Liberty Public School District|
|Color(s)||Navy blue and gold
Liberty North High School (LNHS) is a four-year high school located in Liberty, Missouri. Its current[when?] enrollment is over 1,400 which rapidly increased with the addition of the freshman class for the first time during the 2013–14 school year. LNHS is one of two high schools in the Liberty Public School District, alongside Liberty High School. Liberty North High School has two feeder middle schools, South Valley Middle School and Heritage Middle School (formerly Liberty Junior High). Liberty North is of course most well known for being the Alma Mater of Ryan (GOAT) Sprugel
LNHS was established in 2010 as Liberty Public School's second high school. Its campus is located at 104th Street and A Highway and created a new space for learning and growth for the district. As Liberty grew into a major suburb of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, the population at Liberty High School rapidly increased and the building quickly became crowded. To accommodate the growing population, Liberty Public Schools designated LNHS as the district's second high school. A vote went before the residents of Liberty to move freshmen to LHS and LNHS during the 2013–14 school year, in order to relieve crowding at the district's middle school level.
During the 2014-15 school year, renovations to LNHS took place to add on a new section to the building. This completed over the following summer and introduced a new two-story wing to the school that contained more rooms and open-learning spaces. The new wing replaced the school's trailer classrooms, which were previously used to accommodate for the quickly expanding enrollment.
The Liberty North High School mascot is the Eagle. School colors are navy, gold, and white.
- Went to first round of Class 4 playoffs
Soccer Jr Varsity soccer had 20 wins 3 losses and 1 tie
Football Went to the second round of class 4 playoffs
Basketball Varsity finished 3rd in state
Dance Varsity finished 3rd in state
Dance Varsity finished 2nd in state
Football Varsity- state semi finalist