A Teacher’s Graduation to High School

As students at Freedom may have recognized, many new teachers have arrived at the school this year. Lauren Krause has previously taught German I and II at J. Michael Lunsford Middle School for the past six years. Although she has plenty of experience, teaching high school students for the first time is a completely different […]

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To the Beat of His Own Drum

Meet Ryan O’Connor. He is a junior at Freedom High School and spends his time striving to become a successful musician. O’Connor is currently the drummer for the band Good Grief, an alternative rock band inspired by the likes of Weezer and Alkaline Trio. Their biggest song on Spotify currently has over 3,000 listens. While […]

Jiggin’ to the Southern Region Oireachtas

Irish Dancing is a form of traditional dance that has been around for hundreds of years, encompassing solo and group dancing. Ava Proehl is a junior at Freedom High School who has been doing Irish dancing for nine years. “Irish dancing is such a unique sport, and I love all the opportunities and connections that […]

Who is guitar man?

Like many students at FHS, junior Brigham Dalean doesn’t go through a school day without music. Dalean doesn’t just listen to music, he also provides it. Dalean walks the halls nearly every morning and between classes playing his guitar for students to listen to. Dalean first started playing guitar in the seventh grade, inspired by […]

A Note From Your Officers

Freshman Class President: Being freshman class president is Sam Yousef’s first experience with being part of a school leadership position. He wanted to see how the school ran and gain the experience of being a class officer, and now he’s determined to make a good impression. “I want to make an impression that I’m a […]

73 Questions with Mr. Giesy

Get to know Freedom High School math teacher Carl Giesy in this unique interview! Produced by Lauren Balser and Kawther Said

More Than Just A Jacket

Not many adults can say they helped create a life saving invention that would later get a patent, let alone a group of middle schoolers. In middle school, now senior Caroline Maloney and her friends, involved in Lunsford’s First Lego League robotics team, worked together to create a life jacket styled hoodie that would serve […]

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