Category: School News

  • Charity, Chorus, and Courage: One Girl’s Performance at Prism

    Charity, Chorus, and Courage: One Girl’s Performance at Prism

    by Laura Chiu   The whispers fall to a hush as the amphitheater darkens. Slowly, the curtains pull apart, revealing about eight hundred audience members sitting below the stage, all of them brought to Freedom High School on a chilly Saturday afternoon for one reason: Prism. The unique, once-a-year show that draws together acts from […]

  • Christmas With Firemen

    Christmas With Firemen

    by Bianca Parra On December 11th, I went to Station 58 on Deerfield Boulevard with the National Honor Society. I had the chance to spend time with local firefighters and keep them company during the holidays. It was an incredible experience and I got to learn more about what it is like to be a […]

  • Family Feud Night or Netflix?

    by Selena Ally   Freedom High students are gathering on the night of November 15th, 2018, at the PAC, to hold the annual Family Feud night. An event which is celebrated by all students and their families just to have a little fun and take a break from school. There are also prizes that can […]

  • Monticello Holds Lip Sync Battle

    by Aiden Moriarty   The 4th annual Lip Sync Battle hosted by Monticello Academy is occuring on November 30, at 6:30 PM, at the Freedom High School Performing Arts Center. The annual Lip Sync Battle is an event hosted by Monticello Academy to help with the enjoyment of the student body. The premise is that […]

  • End of Marching Season

    by Orianna Acosta After a long day at school, you hop on the bus and throw yourself into the seat, overwhelmed with exhaustion. While you’re waiting for your friends to arrive, you entertain yourself by gazing out the window, and then you spot them– the band kids. You see them playing their drums, tuning their […]

  • Cheering for FHS

    by Alissa Morris   Freedom High School cheerleaders will be competing in Tampa on December 1st. This is their first competition and it will be held at the Tampa Convention Center. There are two teams for competitions: Junior Varsity and Varsity. This competition is the UCA Regionals, where the Freedom High School cheerleading team could […]

  • The Switch from Freedom High School’s Color Guard to Winter Guard

    by Casey Midds   Freedom High School offers a variety of sports and extracurricular activities to suit just about every interest there is. These usually take place after school and on weekends. Whether the season is summer, winter, or spring, you will always be able to find a sport that suits you. Color Guard goes […]

  • A Talented Actress Shares The Scoop On Her Lead Role

    by Sophie Assefa   “BoYz may come and Go, bUt hOrSes aRe 4ever”. The Freedom High School play, “Horse Girls,” was presented on November 9-10. The play, “Horse Girls,” by Jenny Rachel Wiener, is about a twelve-year-old named Ashleigh who rules a South Florida horse club named “Lady Jean Ladies.” They receive bad news: her […]

  • How to Prepare for the Upcoming School Year

    How to Prepare for the Upcoming School Year

    by Sydnee Fox   The school year sneaks up on you fast during summer; you want to make sure you are prepared. Although you have a whole two months to do so, it takes a lot of time and effort. Here are some things you should think about:   AP Summer Assignments/Other homework   We all know the struggle […]

  • Volleyball Interview

    Volleyball Interview

    by Emily Almeida Volleyball, originally called “mintonette”, was invented by William G. Morgan in 1895. The game is supposed to be a combination of basketball, baseball, tennis, and handball. The boys volleyball team is known for their amazing spikes, sets and bumps. They have made their way to nationals and plan on doing it again this […]