The focus of the College and Career Center at Liberty High School is to serve each student with educational information and provide resources to assist with college & career readiness during high school and post-secondary education.
    Ms. Gonzalez is available via email or phone to answer any of your College & Career questions.
    Ms. Gonzalez
    (925) 634-3521   Ext. 5217
    Room: A2

    College & Career Center  Hours:

    Monday - Friday, from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    Follow the counseling department on social media!!

    insta  @libertycounseling

    Counseling Home Page

    The Career Center is a place where students can:
    • Research higher education and career possibilities.
    • Research information on hundreds of colleges, universities, and vocational schools.
    • Meet with college admissions representatives.
    • Use computers to access information on scholarships.
    • Work on college applications.
    • Come in and finish homework.
    • Get information on community service opportunities.
    • Get applications for work permits.
    • Prepare for job applications and job interviews.
    • Look over an abundance of equipment, on and offline, to assist students in career exploration. 
  • Join the Career Center remind! Text @a3kced to 81010

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  • Art & Writing Challenge + Youth Activist Awards for students of Contra Costa County is now OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS!





    25th ANNUAL ART & WRITING CHALLENGE, named in honor of its founder Dennis T. Thomas, is organized to encourage local youth to address issues of peace and social justice through fine art (includes visual art, sculpture, photography, video, and music) or writing (creative writing or essay).


    We are open to nearly all mediums, and are now expanding our categories to include original MUSIC into the “Arts” category!


    Topic/Prompt for 2023:

    "Young People Making a Difference”


    This theme is meant to encourage your thoughts and discussion around making a positive difference in your community.


    We are inspired by the legacy of young people who have taken activism into their own hands. From Greta Thunberg’s leadership in raising awareness about the global climate movement to student activists from Parkland, Florida protesting gun violence in schools (March for Our Lives - 2018), and children from Birmingham, Alabama, braving arrest to protest segregation (Children's Crusade - 1963), we have seen the power young people hold in mobilizing others to demand change.


    We want to hear and see your visions of what effective change-making looks like and how it can be accomplished!





    The 5th ANNUAL YOUTH ACTIVIST GRANT is given to deserving youth who show exemplary leadership and dedication for social justice, organizing and human rights. The community is invited to nominate a youth organization, an individual, or a group of young people, grades 6-12.






    Contest Website: www.creatingpeacefulschools.weebly.com


    Submission DeadlineApril 21, 2023





    For more information on the contest + youth activist awards

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  • Check out videos from The College Tour!

     The series tells the story of colleges and universities around the world.​ Each episode of The College Tour focuses on a single college or university. From campus life, academics, housing, sports, activities, and much more… each student-driven segment gives the audience an inside look at what it’s truly like being a student at the featured college or university. Join us for a truly one-of-a-kind series featuring colleges and universities in a way they have never been seen before!


    Click here for The College Tour!

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