Freedom Celebrates the First Day of Inclusive Schools Week

Freedom began its Inclusive Schools Week activities on Monday, Dec. 2 by having students pose as the “I” in KIND before the school day begun. The first week of December is Inclusive Schools Week, an annual event dedicated to recognizing and advocating for inclusivity in schools. The photo opportunity was put together by Helping Other […]

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Having the Most MUNderful Time

The Model United Nations (MUN) season kicked back off on Friday, Oct. 25 as the team headed to McLean High School for their first conference. The club took 40 delegates, which was the largest amount taken in years to their first conference.  “All of the excitement is great to see,” said Shashank Balaji, director of […]

BOO! Trunk or Treat is Here!

On Saturday, Oct. 26, Freedom High School’s National Honors Society (NHS) held a trunk or treat in the parking lot, allowing children to dress up and come through our event. The children walked through the decorated car trunks, received candy and played games.  “We really just wanted to give back to our community,” senior Michelle […]

So How Do People Really Feel About the Clocks Going Back?

As the weekend approaches, so does the start of the clocks setting back. Every year on the first weekend in November, the clocks set back, giving everyone an extra hour of sleep and to settle down. After asking a few students how they feel about the clocks setting back, they suggested that it was a […]

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 […]

Pink out for what now?

The theme for this week’s football game is pink out, as it usually is at the end of October. Freedom has had pink out football games for years now and the theme strives to remind students that October is breast cancer awareness month. About 1 out of every 8 women will develop breast cancer in […]

Recapping the 2019 Cross Country Season

As regular season is wrapping up for Freedom’s Cross Country, the team is advancing to postseason. In postseason they plan to compete in regionals and states during November. Regionals will be raced on the Woodgrove course, at Woodgrove High School on Wednesday, Nov. 6. The state meet will be at Great Meadows, on Nov. 16. […]

Seniors take home powderpuff victory

On Wednesday, Oct. 16, Freedom High School hosted its semi-annual powderpuff volleyball game. In a powderpuff volleyball game, boys from the junior and senior class play a game of volleyball against each other. Athletes attended morning practices coached by the girls volleyball team to help them prepare for the game. “The hardest part was waking […]

Singing in Soda Shop

Students across all grade and skill levels performed at the annual Soda Shop on Friday, Oct. 18. Tri-M Honors Society coordinated the event. Senior Emma Krall performed in three acts in Soda Shop and helped organize the event as president of Tri-M. “Soda Shop is one of my favorite events at the school and organizing […]

PSAT Memes are Back

On Wednesday, Oct. 16, students across the country put down their pencils and picked up their phones after testing for three whole hours. Twitter immediately exploded with memes joking about passages and questions involved in the PSAT. While the memes are a fun nationwide joke among teens, they are a major issue for College Board […]

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