Liberty HS - Bealeton - Counseling Department

Another way to get out add'l info about upcoming events, programs and plans coming out of the LHS Counseling Office & to celebrate our students and school!

Operating as usual


Liberty HS Rising Sophomores - Are you interested in possible future in teaching? If so, contact Mr. McCaslin at [email protected] for more information about a possible opportunity. Must be a solid student and motivated to become an educator.


AP Testing, Friday May 17th
7:30am - AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based in room 102 bring your calculator (scientific, graphing or 4-function)

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AP Testing, Thursday May 16th

7:30am - Spanish Language in room 102 (bring your chromebook for recording purposes)
11:30am - Biology in room 102


AP French Exam, Wednesday, May 15th at 7:30am in Room 102


AP Testing Wednesday 5/15
- 7:30 AM AP World History (Digital Test … must bring chromebook)
in Rooms 146 (last names A-G) & Library (last names H-Z)

- 11:30 AM AP Computer Science Principles in Room 102
(Must bring Chromebook)


AP Testing, Tuesday May 14th

AP English Lang - 7:30 AM in Library (Chromebook required, fully charged)
AP Physics C: Mechanical - 11:30 AM in Room 102
AP Physics C: E&M - 1:45 PM in Room 102 05/10/2024

AP Testing - Monday, May 13th
AM - AP Calculus AB & BC - 7:30am in room 247
PM - AP Precalculus - 11:30 in combo room 104/106


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AP Testing, Friday May 10th

7:30am in Library (AP US History) ... Digital Test, must bring fully charged chromebook

11:30am in 212 (AP Macroeconomics)


AP Testing Thursday. May 9th
7:30 AP Environmental Science in room 202
11:30 AP Psychology in Library (eat first lunch)


Get yourself some AP testing on Wednesday May 8th

AM - AP English Literature 7:30 in library (digital test, must bring fully charged Chromebook)

PM - AP Computer Science A 11:30 in room 102


AP Testing - Tuesday 5/7 at 11:30am (eat 1st lunch & bring your graphing calculator)

AP Statistics
Room 253 (last names A-M)
Room 102 (last names N-Z)


Science vs. Government - the debate begins (and so does AP Testing)

Monday, May 6th
7:30 AM - AP Gov't (auditorium)
11:30 AM - AP Chemistry (auditorium)

AP Chem students - eat 1st lunch before your exam
Double Testers - might want to bring a lunch (not much time to transition)


AP Students: I have begun meeting with students taking Digital Tests for AP to check on a few things and to give a few reminders. Here are just a few general reminders for everyone:

- Digital Tests are for AP English Language (11th) & AP Literature (12th); AP US History & AP World History; AP Computer Science Principles ... all other tests will be paper and pen/pencil.

- Students taking Digital Tests will need to bring their chromebooks fully charged and their charger just in case. They will need to be able to access the Bluebook app on their chromebook (must be signed out of your account to do so), and must have their Digital AP Test showing in Bluebook

- Arrival time is always 30 minutes prior to the START time for the exam (7:30 for 8am exams and 11:30 for 12pm exams)

- Students must stay for the entire length of the exam (arrange rides for after school if exam is to end beyond the end of the school day)

Attached is the most up to date schedule. For exams showing two locations, students will be notified of where they are to attend prior to the exam date.


FREE opportunity to experience life on a college campus by spending a week at VSU! Apply by 4/30 if interested. Dates of visit are June 23rd-28th


Rising Seniors,

Laurel Ridge and Fauquier County Public Schools have been working together to provide the opportunity for students to get accelerated options in four high need career fields (Drones, Robotics, HVAC and Plumbing). These programs are now available at Laurel Ridge Warrenton Campus, and can be taken similar to a student attending MVGS.

- The courses would take up 2 blocks (1st and 2nd) in the Fall (Drones or HVAC) or Spring (Robotics or Plumbing)
- Transportation would be provided from LHS to Laurel Ridge and back
- Students would have to apply as there are limited spots available
- Cost would be $250, but the value would be much more than that as students would be getting many different courses in that 2 hour time frame for a semester and would walk out with a chance to earn industry certifications and possibly some transferrable college credit
- Application for HVAC is 5/1, and Drones is also likely 5/1 (since both programs are in the Fall); Spring programs will have a later application date, but we need to know of your interest so we can discuss whether this would work with your schedule for next year
- Some high school credit will be given, which will show on your transcript and can be used for VHSL eligibility

Please let us know immediately if you are interested in any one or more of these programs so we can discuss it more with you and get your application completed.


Mr. McCaslin


You make a purr-fect team! Happy AP week to our fabulous trio of Christy Crocker, Lauren Milburn & Blaire Conner ... thanks for the love and support you show our students and staff!


Great day with these two this past Friday at the West Point Leadership & Ethics Conference! Inspirational words from heroic leader CPT Florent Groberg (Congressional Medal of Honor recipient) and Policy Advisor, National Security Council Simone Askew. Grace and Joyeloni teamed with other leaders to practice Ethical Decision Making in a variety of complex situations.


LHS Students! When you meet with your counselor to work on your schedule, consider which level is best for your when scheduling your Economics graduation requirement.


LHS Marketing equips students with essential skills in market research, advertising, branding, and digital marketing. Through hands-on projects, students develop campaigns and analyze consumer behavior. They can also join and compete in DECA events.


From anatomy to medical terminology, Health & Med students delve into the body's mysteries. Hands-on labs, simulations, and real-world case studies prepare them for careers in medicine, nursing, or research. Students can also join and compete in HOSA events.

Photos from Liberty HS - Bealeton - Counseling Department's post 02/29/2024

Congrats to our three random winners from the 10th Grade (who won the Kindness Wall challenge):
Jamie - loves that chicken from Popeye's
Kaliyah - getting that Starbucks pick-me-up
Quil - can't go wrong with a little Pizza! Pizza! from Little Caesar's


Child Development explores the stages of childhood, parenting skills, and early education techniques. Students gain hands-on experience through childcare with our morning Blue Line Bus Stoppers and baby simulators.


A little Kindness Month Wrap-up

- Kindness Champions (1 student, 1 teacher) will be named shortly

- take a final challenge to promote kindness every day of the year ... here are some more ways to throw kindness around:

o Let someone in front of you in line.
o Compliment someone.
o Offer to help someone.
o Help your teacher/friend/family/neighbor with something.
o Give someone a small token of your appreciation- letter, flower, snack


Kindness Counts! The winning class from our Kindness Wall was ...

Seniors - 126
Juniors - 115
Sophomores - 129
Freshmen - 125

THE SOPHOMORES!!!! Definitely a photo finish! Thanks everyone for participating. Random winners for prizes have been drawn for 3 lucky sophomores!


Business classes offer real-world skills like entrepreneurship, finance, and marketing. Students engage in hands-on projects and learn workplace readiness skills. Students have the opportunity to participate in co-ops and internships, and join/compete in FBLA.


Prom Dresses (pre-loved) available for FREE!!! Students can check them out during their lunch shift the week of March 4th-7th in the auditorium. Questions contact the counseling office


Tech Ed offers a variety of classes: Principles of Tech, Tech Drawing, Engineering, Architecture, Graphics, and 3D Animation. Students learn problem-solving & software skills through hands-on projects and may join/compete in the Technology Student Association.


Established in 1996 at LHS, the US Army JROTC Program is composed of students from Liberty, Fauquier & Kettle Run High Schools. JROTC supports various Fauquier County community & school events while learning about leadership, teamwork, discipline & citizenship.


Cyber Security Academy, hosted at LHS, is a set of four career focused classes designed to develop students skills in information technology, cryptography, Linux, computer hardware, basic networking, and more.

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