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Liberty High jumps into top 100
School trying to win $100,000
The Band Perry will play concerts at the grand prize winners in the large and small high school caregories. - photo by Photo provided.

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Liberty County High School jumped over nearly 40 other schools in a contest to win $100,000 and a concert by The Band Perry.

Principal Paula Scott reports the school went from 137thto 99thin voting Wednesday night.

Here’s the earlier story about the contest:

Liberty County High School is trying to win $100,000 and a concert from The Band Perry.

“Liberty County High School needs your help,” Principal Paula Scott said. “Please do this and get your friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc. to as well.”

It is part of a promotion by State Farm Insurance, encouraging people to take a two-question quiz on driver safety. While on the site, you have to click a box to start receiving materials from the insurance company, not uncheck a box to opt out of receiving materials.

Scott said she was encouraged Tuesday when her school jumped up in the standings.

“It can be done,” she said. “We moved up 50 places (to 173rdWednesday) overnight last night.”

To support the school’s effort, go to and take the test. When you’re asked what school to support either write that LCHS is in Hinesville or use the zip code 31313. You can vote once a day and on each email address you use.

Prizes will be awarded to the top 45 schools. If Liberty doesn’t win the grand $100,000 prize and concert it could still win $25,000 as a second place winner.

Share it on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram,” Scott said. “We need to make the top 40 by this Friday."

Wednesday morning, Wayne County High School in Jesup was the top school. And Liberty County HS had inched up to 137th, according to the leaderboard at the site.

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