Christian Liberty Academy

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Christian Liberty Academy


News of the year

- We praise and thank the Lord for the ordination of Paul Calvin Lindstrom April 30, 2006, as the new pastor of The Church of Christian Liberty. Calvin Lindstrom graduated from Christian Liberty Academy and after receiving his master's degree in 1997, he has taught philosophy, science and math classes at CLA. He is on the school board, a faculty adviser and active with the student body establishing the student council, the student newspaper and many other school activities. He is the son of our late pastor, Paul Lindstrom, who founded the Christian Liberty Academy in 1968 and organized the Christian Liberty Academy School System in 1970.

Athletic achievements

Team:

- Varsity baseball team had a consistent winning record this year - seniors include Andrew Serrato (Lake in the Hills) who pitches and plays second base and Nick Sumbles (Niles) who plays centerfield.

Individual

- Varsity Cheerleading Charger Award, Natalia Litzenberger of Chicago

- Varsity Cheerleading medallion awards, Sarah Laurilla and Elise Figueroa, both of Chicago

- Varsity Girls' Basketball Charger Award, Kristin Spacapan of Arlington Heights

- Varsity Boys' Basketball MVP, Chris Manuel of Schiller Park

- Varsity Boys' Soccer MVP, Luke Tofilon of Schaumburg

- Varsity Boys' Soccer Defensive Player of the Year, Charlie Rohrlack of Mount Prospect

Senior Captain Awards:

- Varsity Girls' Volleyball Captain, Samantha Haraf of Arlington Heights

- Varsity Cheerleading captain awards, Natalia Litzenberger of Chicago and Jonette Wunar of Arlington Heights

- Varsity Girls' Basketball captain award, Kristin Spacapan of Arlington Heights

- Varsity Boys' Basketball captain award, Chris Manuel of Schiller Park

- Varsity Boys' Soccer captain awards, Luke Tofilon of Schaumburg and Tim Rack of Palatine

Other Senior sports notables:

- Sam Anderson of Palatine, basketball captain and MIP

- Laura Dziagwa of Prospect Heights, track captain and MVP, cheerleading captain, volleyball MIP

- Sarah Inserra of Arlington Heights, volleyball Charger Award, JV soccer captain and MIP

- Sam Jindoyan of South Barrington, soccer captain and lead scorer

- Sarah Jalandoon of Wheeling, Charger Award and Captain Award for Track & Field

- Ryan Koltonuk of Lake in the Hills, JV basketball MVP and captain

- Joe Kramer of Palatine, JV basketball Charger Award

- Chris Manuel of Schiller Park, basketball Charger Award

- Tim Rack of Palatine, soccer Captain and MVP 2005

- Nick Sumbles of Niles, baseball MIP and soccer Charger Award 2004

Academic achievements

- Who's Who Among American High School Students: Laura Freeman, Lake in the Hills; Alex Kurz, Hoffman Estates; Kelly Recker, Schaumburg; Kristin Spacapan, Arlington Heights, Luke Tofilon, Schaumburg

- National Honor Society: Kelly Recker of Schaumburg

- The U.S. History Award, Samantha Haraf of Arlington Heights

- Purdue Athletic Scholarship in swimming, Sam Wilcher of Arlington Heights

- Indiana Wesleyan University Presidential Scholarships, Samantha Haraf of Arlington Heights and Nick Sumbles of Niles

- Nick Sumbles of Niles has received academic awards in English literature and physical science.

- Luke Tofilon of Schaumburg has received an academic award in algebra.

- Kristin Spacapan of Arlington Heights has received academic awards in economics, English, government, Latin, literature and philosophy.

- Seniors who have won top Science Fair awards: Joe Kramer of Palatine, Ryan Koltonuk of Lake in the Hills, Kelly Recker of Schaumburg and Samantha Haraf of Arlington Heights

- Nick Sumbles of Niles and Samantha Haraf of Arlington Heights, philosophy awards

The arts

Group

- Liberty Choir: Takes highest ratings every year at the Great America competition; choir prepares students for service to the Lord through music ministry

Individual:

CLA Art Show

- Vincent Guerrero of Chicago and Mary Ann Olsen of Lake Zurich won Best of Show. …

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