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Liberty's graduation speakers spoke with grace and eloquence throughout the ceremony. We've included the transcripts of their speeches below. For a special treat, watch Kevin Peterman deliver his speech, "Traditions of Liberty High School."

Also be sure to visit the on-line gallery of photos from Graduation practice and Graduation night, Monday, June 6th, 2011.

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Benjamin Jones - Class Speaker

"Thought constitutes the greatness of man." Pascal

I'm sure there's one thought that has passed through all of our minds at some point today: how did four years go by so quickly? It's incredible how we can now encompass four years of experiences into a single thought that takes no more than a few seconds to develop... [read more]


Justin Amann, Class President - Response

"The height off the pinacle is determined by the breadth of the base." Emerson

Thank you Mrs. Cann. Class of 2011, please join me as we move our tassels from left to right to signify our graduation. It is my honor and privilege to stand before all 621 graduates. I cannot help but to smile. We did it...
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Elizabeth Reynolds, Class Secretary Greetings

Good evening fellow classmates, families, teachers, and distinguished guests. In addition to welcoming all of you tonight, we would like to welcome our platform guests to our graduation We welcome the superintendent of schools, Dr. Joseph Roy, assistant superintendent for education, Dr. Jack Silva... [read more]


Kevin Peterman, Traditions of Liberty High School

Tonight as we gather in this arena we have not only come to recognize our academic achievements, but we have also come to celebrate and pay tribute to an institution that has stood the test of time. The official dedication booklet written in 1922...
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Kaitlin Soriano Faculty Speaker

"No man is free who is not master of himself." Epictetus

Every student who will be graduating from Liberty High School this evening has a story to tell. Whether this story highlights great achievement or an obstacle that has helped us to grow... [read more]


Brandon Newton, Class Vice President - Farewell

"Inquire often, but judge rarely." Penn

So, I guess this is really it. This is the last time I will get to see your bright and smiling faces. With nostalgia, I look back at my high school years and think about all the things I'm going to miss... [read more]