Articles by Lauriane Razafinjatovo

Documenting History

While we are unsure of the fate of this pandemic thus far, we should consider that 50 years from now, what we are facing today will be learned and studied by students across the globe. The digital age has been a major source of documentation since the start of the 20th century. We are given […]

Freedom Varsity Swim Team Breaks Records

Freedom High School Varsity Swim Team broke a number of school records this year as they placed at the VHSL Class Five State Championship on Feb. 21. The event was held at the George Mason Aquatic Center with 38 teams competing.  Freshman, Kim-Long Nguyen, junior, Nathan Yu and seniors, Alex Shen and Gabe Fisher broke […]

FHS Students Build Relationships Through YoungLife

Students at Freedom High School are creating strong connections through YoungLife, a Christian Organization founded in 1941 that is made for teenagers to practice fellowship and grow with others who share the same faith as them.   Through this welcoming organization, many students have grown to have a sense of belonging and kinship. “My favorite part […]

Varsity Gymnastics Senior Night: A Win For The Eagles

On Wednesday Dec. 4, 2019, the Freedom High School varsity gymnastics team held the first home meet, dedicating the night to the seniors.  It was a successful night for the team as they placed first with a total score of 145.025. Following the team was John Champe with 128.900, Broad Run with 113.825 and Rock […]

Logan Hall Verbally Commits to Shenandoah

Senior Logan Hall, lacrosse defender, has verbally committed to furthering his academics and athletic career at Shenandoah University in the 2020-2021 school year.  Upon receiving offers from a total of seven colleges, Hall made the meticulous decision of becoming a hornet.  “When I walked around, it felt like home,” Hall said. “Since it’s about an […]

DECA Moes Night

Freedom High School’s DECA chapter partnered up with Moes on Tuesday, Oct. 30, in efforts to raise money that will go towards operating the school store and funding their many competitive events.  This co-curricular business club allows members to compete in different aspects of business to earn recognition for themselves and their schools. Members of […]

Spirit Week Day 3: Wednesdays are for the USA!

Mid-week of the 2019 homecoming spirit-week, Freedom dedicates the day to the United States, dressing up in red white and blue from head to toe. From painted legs and faces to American flag pants and onesies, the FHS student body comes up with all sorts of ways to be patriotic.  “U.S.A. day is honestly my […]

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