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VIDEO: Liberty graduates 246 in ceremony

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Liberty County High School held its graduation commencement at Donell Woods Stadium on Saturday, May 21.

Two hundred-forty six seniors and 47 Honor Graduates marched onto the field to receive their diplomas after four years of hard work and support from their families, friends and teachers.

The valedictorian for the Class of 2022 was Adriana Frantz.

Frantz was extremely proud of her accomplishments and also shared her sentiments about what she will miss most after four years at Liberty.

“I’m just going to miss my friends the most,” said Frantz. “They just have always been by my side. I’ve had the same friends for all four years of high school, so I’m definitely gonna miss them when we go our separate ways.”

During her time at Liberty, Frantz was a member of the National Honor Society, Girls Soccer Team, JROTC, Student Ambassadors, the Raider Team, and the JLAB. Frantz plans to attend the University of Georgia in the fall and pursue a degree in Biology.

Faith Mason was Salutatorian and she shared similar thoughts about her time at Liberty as well as expressing her thanks for those who have helped her along the way. “My mom has been my biggest inspiration,” said Mason. “She’s always been my biggest motivator. She never pushed me to do anything I didn’t want to do and she supported all the dreams that I have.”

During her time at Liberty, Mason was named Star Student, member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, National Technical Honor Society, and LCHS Girls Track Team.

Mason plans to attend Emory University in the fall and pursue a degree in Nursing or Pre-Med.

At the ceremony itself, Senior Class Vice President Claudia Rosado gave a message of inspiration to the Class of 2022. Senior Class President Karinaben Patel welcomed family and friends to the ceremony and gave an introduction of special guests. Patel also gave a message from the Class of 2022. The Liberty County High Chorus led a graduation medley.

Principal Debra Frazier made a presentation of Seniors to the Superintendent and Dr. Franklin Perry resided over the Certification of Graduates. Awarding the Diplomas went to the two of them as well.

Frazier also publicly presented the Class of 2022.