Articles by CAYLEY KILDUFF

Sophomore class gets certified in mental health

Students often find that high school is a time filled with stress and anxiety. According to Psychology Today, 25 percent of teens suffer from some form of an anxiety disorder. Due to the prevalence of mental health disorders in society, May is Mental Health Awareness month. In order to better prepare students for the effects […]


Spirit Week Day 5: Class Color Day and Pep Rally!

To finish up the final spirit week of the 2018-2019 school year, FHS had its traditional class color day and pep rally. For the class of 2019, it was their last pep rally, and a way to celebrate their final prom. Although the freshmen class accumulated the most spirit points during the pep rally itself, […]


Five hilarious hall passes

While it has not necessarily been common practice, students are expected to carry a hall pass when they leave class. Over this past week, the rule has been strongly enforced, which has caused some confusion among the students. Some of the departments decided to go out of their way to have some hilarious hall passes […]


Spirit Week Day 1: FHS Shows Spirit with Jersey Day

Freedom High School students represent their favorite teams on Monday, Jan. 4, for Jersey Day. Students spirited a variety of jersey’s, from football to soccer. A large portion of FHS were representing the New England Patriots, celebrating their win the at the Super Bowl.  Students even showed their dedication to teams that have had less […]


A Thrilling Aquatic Adventure: Aquaman Movie Review

On Dec. 21, the movie “Aquaman” was released. This film is apart of the DC Universe, and the hero of this film, Aquaman, has already made an appearance in the 2017 film “Justice League.” Actor Jason Momoa suited up to play Aquaman. His performance was incredible, and he is a natural fit for this character. The film also […]


Support Bella Voce in the Holiday Choir Competition!

Freedom High School’s advanced treble choir, the Bella Voce, are competing in the Holiday Choir Competition for Mix 107.3. The Bella Voce has already submitted its song, entitled “Go Where I Send Thee” to be judged. Voting is held from Dec. 3- 6, and the choir with the most votes will win a $5,000 prize. […]


The Spirit of Freedom takes on MetLife Stadium

On Nov. 10, Freedom High School’s Spirit of Freedom traveled to the MetLife Stadium for their annual competition. This year’s performance was called The Sands of Time, and feature music from the movie “The Prince of Persia.” “I think it was our best show of our season,” senior Sarah Bedner said. “Everyone came off of […]


Captivating Crime Drama: “FBI” TV show review

At the end of September, CBS released a new crime TV show called FBI. The series follows two young agents who are apart of the New York City FBI field office. The pilot opens with a bang, literally, as the first scene depicts an explosion that decimates an apartment building in the Bronx. The show […]


Villain turned Hero: “Venom”

On Oct. 5, Sony released the new “Venom” movie. Although it was only given a 30 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, I thought that the film was relatively well-made. Unlike most movie adaptations of Marvel Comics, “Venom” is not a superhero. In fact, in most of the comics he is seen opposing Spider-man, and the only […]


Varsity girl’s lacrosse team receives championship rings

During the 2018 season, the Freedom girls varsity lacrosse team won the state championship game. They defeated the Atlee High School Raiders with a final score of 9-8, becoming the first Freedom girls lacrosse team to earn a championship title. The players received their championship rings on Monday, Sept. 9, and will be recognized at […]


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