The Eagles Prep Club bonds students

The Eagles Prep Club bonds students

Looking for a place to connect with fellow students, get help from a tutor, and learn about study tips? Well, the Eagles Prep Club may be for you! The club was started by sophomores Azka Tahir, Hanna Mendoza-Garcia, Alina Hasan and Dilys Owusu. Despite being fairly new to FHS, it has already gained more than 10 […]

The Case for Studying International Business: Yemeni Civil War

In 2017, the United States decided to sell more than $110 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia, including attack missiles and tanks. This deal may seem like a home run for the United States: jobs were created and the economy was stimulated. Moreover, by strengthening the alliance between oil-rich Saudi Arabia and the United […]

Unified’s first track meet of the season is a success!

On Wednesday April 24, Freedom’s unified track team held its first meet of the season. Many people came out in support of the team, cheering as the athletes participated in their respective events. The event came after multiple weeks of practice in anticipation of the first meet. The Unified athletes and partners came together to […]

Spirit Week Day 4: College Day!

On Thursday, April 25, many seniors wore spirit wear that represented their future college. Senior Jessica Lee will be attending Columbia University this fall and is very excited to live in an urban atmosphere that contrasts the suburbs of northern Virginia that she has been so accustomed to. “I decided on Columbia because it has […]

Spirit Week Day 3: Dress extravagant for derby day

On April 24, the third day of prom spirit week, students donned flouncy hats, sharp suits and lovely dresses for derby day. For the biggest horse race in the sport, the Kentucky Derby, bright colors and huge hats were used to express the southern belle culture. Now, the tradition continues as a good luck charm […]

Spirit Week Day 2: Go crazy for wacky tacky day

The second day of spirit week called for students to dress up in wacky and crazy clothes. On April 23, students showed their school spirit by wearing clothing pieces that would not normally be worn together. The Freedom community was caught wearing Halloween costumes with Christmas socks, tutus with a Hawaiian lei. Sophomores Abby Janiga […]

Freedom FBLA Wins Big at State Leadership Conference

During the weekend of April 5-7, the Freedom High School Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club attended and competed at the annual State Leadership Conference (SLC). Twelve FBLA students had moved on from the regional competition, each in different events, and spent three days in Reston attending leadership workshops. They competed in their events and […]

Spirit Week Day 1: Freedom goes all out for America

On April 22, Freedom High school kicked off the 2019 prom spirit week with USA day. In an attempt to win this spirit week, the students of FHS dressed up in red, white and blue to compete with other grade levels for spirit points. The sophomores had the strongest showing of school spirit with 3,162 […]

Wellness Fair helps students destress

On Wednesday, Mar. 27, Freedom High School students participated in the Wellness Fair during advisory. From gardening to dancing, healthy cooking to board games, there were many different activities for students to partake in. “I did the hanging gardens, and while it was really hard to cut the plastic, the actual act of gardening was […]

Advantages of spring sports

It is believed that spring sports do not allow for students to be focused enough on school work, but there are more benefits than negatives that are often looked over. The timing of spring sports puts them around the third and fourth quarters that are arguably the academically hardest times of the year.  Here are the […]

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