The Struggle of the end of the Quarter

As the quarter comes to an end, Freedom Eagles scramble to take re-takes, make-up late work and attempt to find extra credit work. It seems as if the end of the quarter is a race against time, bringing upon our cue to bring up weeks worth of grades in the span of a few days. […]


Choosing Courses for the 2019 School Year

As the third quarter comes to an end and fourth quarter draws nearer, Freedom High Schools school counselors begin their meetings with students to plan classes for the following year. Going into this time period of course registration, all I have heard from seniors and past FHS students is to take classes that interest me. […]


Milk Club and Philosophy Club join forces

On Friday, March 22, FHS Milk club joined forces with Philosophy club to discuss what sexuality, gender and religion mean to them. The discussion took place during all lunch shifts in the auditorium. The students involved in leading the event were seniors Doria Smith and Madison Boyer, who were there representing Milk Club. The students […]


Freedom’s Girls Lacrosse deput since winning state championship

Nine months later, the Freedom’s girls lacrosse team made their first debut back since their state championship. As the returning state champion, they have big shoes to fill. Competing against a team in 6A, Herndon High School, gave them a chance to play against a new team. Three weeks of indoor practice, the girls finally […]


Five hilarious hall passes

While it has not necessarily been common practice, students are expected to carry a hall pass when they leave class. Over this past week, the rule has been strongly enforced, which has caused some confusion among the students. Some of the departments decided to go out of their way to have some hilarious hall passes […]


The Benefits of Business Clubs

If someone had asked me in eighth grade what clubs I thought I would be joining in high school, I would have told them I had no idea. I was part of the coding club for a while and bounced in and out of Model U.N. at Lunsford, but I never really saw any perks […]


Second Soda Shop is a Success

The Tri-M Music Honor Society held the second and last Soda Shop of the 2018-2019 school year on March 22. The dimly-lit library fell silent as siblings Veronica and Adam Manuel took to the stage first and covered “Party Favor” and “Come Out and Play” by Billie Eilish. Later in the night, senior Moses Hunsaker […]


“Abducted in Plain Sight” Review

On a fall day in 1974, 12-year-old Jan Broberg was kidnapped. This kidnapping was an incredibly strange case. She was taken by her neighbor and beloved family friend, Robert Berchtold. Berchtold was a pedophile who had an unhealthy obsession with Jan, and manipulated her parents in attempt to gain their trust and therefore access to […]


The Umbrella Academy: A New Take on Superheros

“The Umbrella Academy” is the newest Netflix Original series that, although strange, is very entertaining. The series is based off of “The Umbrella Academy” comics written by Gerard Way in 2007. When seven out of 43 odd children with powers are adopted by renowned scientist, Reginald Hargreeves, an academy is formed to cultivate the growth […]



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