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Homecoming Week Day Five: Class Color Day

Friday, Sept. 28, students and staff throughout Freedom High School participate in the last day of homecoming spirit week. Decked out in their class color, each grade competed for sprint points to ultimately win homecoming spirit week.  



Homecoming Week Day Three: Pink Day

The hallways became a sea of pink on Wednesday, Sept. 26, with students trying to earn Homecoming spirit points for their class. The rule was made popular by Regina George, the main protagonist in Mean Girls, that “on Wednesdays, we wear pink.” Students are going all out to receive the most spirit points. “Participating in spirit week […]


Homecoming Week Day Two: California Day

Students and staff arrived at FHS wearing beach and tourist attire to celebrate the second day of homecoming spirit week on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Students from every grade came with floral head to toe ready to earn points for their class.  


Homecoming Week Day One: Decades Day

On Monday, Sept. 24, Freedom High School celebrated decades day, the first spirit day of homecoming week. Students from all grades came to school dressed in throwback attire to show school spirit and get points for their class.    


Changes to Freedom High School for 2018-2019

Different lunches on advisory days, eight classes in one day before the end of the quarter, and changes in the hallway organization, are all changes made to Freedom High School for the 2018-19 school year. The modifications were meant to make the school year run more smoothly, but how do students feel about these changes? The […]


Freedom’s First Pep Rally of the Year

On Friday, Aug. 31, Freedom students and staff gathered in the gym for the first mini pep rally of the 2018-19 school year. The senior class won the pep rally game and now holds the spirit stick. The next pep rally will be for homecoming on Sept. 28.


Heading back to school

  On Thursday, Aug. 23, students and staff walked into the building for the first time after two months away. Smiles spread across faces as friends reunited throughout the halls. Despite the merriment, students and faculty still have worries about the upcoming school year. For many students, summer assignments mark the beginning of stressful AP […]


Death of Senator John McCain puts flags at half staff

All United States flags are to be raised at half staff due to the passing of John McCain, senator, until his burial on Saturday, Sept. 2. McCain died after a yearlong battle with glioblastoma, a brain cancer, on Saturday, Aug. 25. McCain was a Vietnam war Veteran and acting Arizona state Senator since 1982. McCain […]


Congratulations Class of 2018!

Freedom High School teachers congratulate the Class of 2018 after graduation at EagleBank Arena on Thursday, June 14, 2018.


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