|Liberty High School|
|1 Mountaineer Drive
Clarksburg, West Virginia, Harrison County, 26301
|School district||Harrison County Schools|
|Superintendent||Dr. Mark Manchin|
|Assistant Principals||Rebecca Hawk
|Color(s)||Red, white and blue|
|Athletics conference||Big Ten|
Liberty High School is a comprehensive four-year public high school located in Clarksburg, West Virginia, in Harrison County, West Virginia, United States, that operates as part of the Harrison County School District. The school is located on Davisson Run Road. The school opened in 1973 and its colors are red, white, and blue. The school mascot is the Mountaineer.
Liberty High School's marching band was once one of the state's largest marching bands under the excellent leadership of Michael Perri, who retired in 2003. The band still performs all over the country and also hosts the Band Spectacular every fall. 2008 was the 28th annual event. Held at Hite Field in Clarksburg, High School and college marching bands from all over the state are invited to perform. The Liberty Band Spectacular is a world-class invitational field show exhibition - an opportunity for marching bands to showcase their skills in a non-competitive environment.
Under the direction of Eric Stoneking, the Liberty High School Marching Band performed in the Presidential Inaugural Parade in 2005.
The Liberty Athletic Department has 26 teams including varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen representing the 12 different sports. Liberty offers at least 2 different sports per gender each season in which to participate. The Liberty football team's home games are played at the John Mazzei-James L. Reaser Athletic Complex which was dedicated during the first home game of the 2014 season. Before the 2014 season, all LHS home games were played at Hite Field in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
Mountaineer Middle School was constructed in 2007 on the same property as Liberty on the hill above. Students enrolled in Liberty live in the Western Clarksburg area (Adamston, North View, Glen Falls, Salem, Wilsonburg, Wolf Summit, etc.).
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