This week, it was a question of whether to name Liberty High School the best in the state.
The answer: we decided to go with the first-ranked high school we could find.
The state has had two high schools in the top 10 for decades, the Liberty High and the Westmont High, both of which are in the Chicago area.
In the 1980s, the state created a lottery to award the top four high schools to the top two schools.
At the time, there were only 11 high schools.
Liberty was one of those 11.
“The school is a gem of a school,” said Matt Hagan, the school district’s superintendent.
“I’ve been to every one.
It’s a very special place.”
In recent years, the district has been trying to find a new high school.
It recently had to sell its $1 million home.
This fall, the new school, Liberty University, opened in the same building as the Westmoor Park school.
For many years, Hagan and his wife, Kristi, ran the district’s day-to-day operations at the high school with their son, Andrew, a freshman.
Andrew, who plays for the Westmeade High School, said he liked the new building.
“I think it’s nice to have a new school,” he said.
“It’s like a new home, a new place to play.
It gives me a new feeling.”