Uncertainties surrounding COVID prompts a few students to graduate early

Imagine the following scenario: A rising senior, seeking an impactful school year and getting into the college of  his/her dreams, is crushed when ACT/SAT test centers are closed and the possibility of going back to school is bleak. This probably is not too hard to imagine because millions of rising seniors are living this scenario. […]

Join Our Uncaged Family: FREE THE TRUTH

Hello Freedom Eagles! While choosing your classes for next year, I would like to invite you to join our publications class! Our sole purpose is to provide an outlet for students to learn from one another and stay informed about important aspects of society. This publication is about YOU, so try it out and expand […]

ISR students gearing up for the science fair

Mutations, women’s health, teen depression and solar energy storage are just a few examples of the student researched science projects for this year’s science fair. After last year’s success, the Independent Student Research (ISR) students are starting their experiments in preparation for the Freedom science fair on Feb. 13. In 2019, 12 students/partnerships were chosen […]

“Frozen 2” Review: Let it Go or Dive Into the Unknown?

Spoiler Warning: This article contains minor spoilers. Mysterious voices, hidden forests and elemental spirits teased a more-than-ready family friendly audience for “Frozen 2.” In addition, seven new songs were added to this wintry franchise. The movie opens during Arendelle’s fall festival, showcasing a happy kingdom and closer than ever sisters. However, this merry band is […]

Freedom XC Places 3rd in States

Each intake of breath brings an icy chill as they pump their legs, adrenaline boosting their speed. They burst through the trees, racing to the finish line. The cheering crowd roars in their ears as they cross, finishing strong. Freedom cross country gave it their best with the varsity boys placing third, and varsity girls […]

Spirit Week Day 4: Throwback Thursday Styles

Ever miss 70’s bell bottoms or 90’s chokers? Good news! Each class represented their favorite decade on Thursday, Oct. 3, with the freshman rocking their 90’s ripped jeans and plaid skirts. The sophomores were on cruisin’ in 50’s leather pants and T-birds jackets. Juniors exploded with color with their neon fishnets and off the shoulder […]

Varsity’s hard earned win over Independence

“Let’s go Eagles, you know what to do,” shouts the Freedom students fueling the Varsity Volleyball team to finish strong. “You gotta rock with the black and roll with the gold.” After an intense back and forth battle with Independence High School, Freedom’s varsity volleyball won in the fifth set on Thursday, Sept. 12. Varsity […]

Varsity Girls Lacrosse Wins Regionals

Sweat dripped off the player’s brow as she raced to stop the advances of the other team. With one last stride, she cut off the runner and scooped up the ball, changing from defense to offense. Two rounds of overtime later in sweltering conditions, the trophy was theirs. Despite the 90 degrees weather and intense […]

Juniors and seniors go out with a bang at the 2019 Charity Prom

It was the moment students have been waiting for since they first entered Freedom High School. The 2019 Charity Prom was held at the beautiful Bellevue Conference and Event center on Friday, April 26. From 8-11:30, students danced the night away in statement dresses and sharp tuxes. The tickets raised a whopping $45,532 to help […]

Spirit Week Day 3: Dress extravagant for derby day

On April 24, the third day of prom spirit week, students donned flouncy hats, sharp suits and lovely dresses for derby day. For the biggest horse race in the sport, the Kentucky Derby, bright colors and huge hats were used to express the southern belle culture. Now, the tradition continues as a good luck charm […]

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