To All the Teachers I’ve had Before

To All the Teachers I’ve had Before

My time at Freedom High School is coming to an end. I’ve had the privilege of attaining a great high school education, and I have to believe that is largely due to many of the teachers I’ve had during my last four years. That being said, I’d like to thank some certain people: Ms. Steele, […]


This Just In: Chocolate Milk Causes Global Suffering

In a consumerist society where profit is often prioritized over morality, it can be difficult for students to make ethical purchases that align with their beliefs. That’s why it’s important for students to make educated decisions before making everyday purchases. Large corporations that cut corners to maximize profits will usually hide behind false images of […]


Freedom vs. Stone Bridge: A Final Farewell

The final boys varsity soccer game at Olsen Stadium was one to remember as the team said farewell to seniors Brody Campbell, Sheridan Dineen, Aidan Gray, Noah Gorman, Jack Nordstrom and Daniel Zimmerman. All of these players have been a part of the soccer program for multiple years, with Campbell, Gorman, Nordstrom and Zimmerman playing […]


Big Brother Is Always Watching

Hello comrade, do you have your blue party pen and red ribbon? It is that time of year again when 10 Honors English students delve into the world of the novel “1984,” written by George Orwell. The novel itself is an intriguing read to begin with, but the FHS English Department takes the story to […]


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 […]


“Someone Great” Movie Review

omantic comedy film “Someone Great” was released by Netflix on April 19. The movie follows the life of Jenny, a young music journalist living in New York City, played by Gina Rodriguez. After breaking up with her boyfriend of nine years Nate, played by Lakeith Stanfield, Jenny spirals into an depression. Her two best friends […]


New Voters: 2020 Presidential Election

As seniors reach the legal age to vote, many members of our Freedom community are planning on voting during an election for the first time. However, a good number of newly eligible voters fail to get to the polls every year. Aspects such as a disinterest in politics, unfamiliarity with government functioning or a misunderstanding […]


Freedom hosts first home Track and Field meet of the season

Freedom High School hosted their first home track and field meet of the season on April 24. The meet was a quad meet, consisting of Freedom, Stone Bridge, Rock Ridge and Potomac Falls. The event was also Freedom’s Unified Track and Field team’s first meet of the season. The girls team took the lead with […]


Criminalizing privilege: the college admissions scandal

Surprise, surprise. The wealthy have found a way to turn a system that is already partial towards them into guaranteed chances of admission. What an absolute shocker. I imagine at this point you are aware of the high profile admissions scandal that took place in March. If not, essentially what took place is that wealthy […]


Spirit Week Day 5: Class Color Day and Pep Rally!

To finish up the final spirit week of the 2018-2019 school year, FHS had its traditional class color day and pep rally. For the class of 2019, it was their last pep rally, and a way to celebrate their final prom. Although the freshmen class accumulated the most spirit points during the pep rally itself, […]


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