Principal's Message

Liberty Union High School Principal

Dear LUHS Students & Parents,

Liberty Union High School serves approximately 400 grade 9-12 high school students and has a mission to empower ALL students to maximize their talents while preparing every student to be successful in the 21st century. Liberty Union High School is a great environment for students from all backgrounds to achieve academic success, get involved in extracurricular activities and clubs, and have a successful high school experience that leads to a promising career.   

The Liberty Union-Thurston Local School District partnered with Battelle for Kids to develop a Portrait of a Graduate.  This design process helps identify the skills and attributes that both the school and community deem as essential for graduates of our district. To align with this standard of excellence, our staff provides a rigorous academic curriculum that requires students to communicate, think critically, collaborate with each other, show creativity, and above all – to be young adults with unquestionable character.  We are very fortunate to have outstanding students that challenge themselves and a staff that strives each day to grow professionally – all striving to accomplish the 5Cs of the portrait. 

I would like to encourage you to communicate regularly with the LUHS staff and get involved in the school programs. School and home working as a team is vital for successful student achievement. Opportunities for parent involvement can come via participation in the Booster Organizations, attendance at school-sponsored events, such as, Open House, Parent/Teacher Conferences, concerts, plays or sporting events. 

Our students are the future of our community and we appreciate the support that our entire staff and student body receive from the parents, community members, and businesses throughout our district.  Please feel free to contact me with suggestions, concerns, or questions.

Roger Cade
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