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FHS Students Prep for Exam Week

FHS Students Prep for Exam Week

Jacob Ishak, Staff Writer

December 6, 2016


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Exams can make or break a high school student. Every year students partake in two exam weeks, one at the end of the first semester and the other at the end of the second semester. Students study for seventeen weeks to prepare themselves to take the tests that in most cases determine their grade. “I’ve...

FHS Welcomes Soda Machines Back to Campus

FHS Welcomes Soda Machines Back to Campus

Aidan Boggs and Jacob Ishak

December 2, 2016


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Soda vending machines have not been on the Freedom High School campus for almost four years, but they have recently made a return and are available for purchase by students. The soda machines’ absence from campus was a result of health guidelines put in place by Hillsborough County Public Schools....

FHS Band Program Ends Season on High Note

FHS Band Program Ends Season on High Note

Kara Turkson, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016


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For the seventh year in a row, the Freedom High School Marching Patriots received a Superior rating at the Hillsborough County Marching Band Performance Assessment last Saturday. The Band had a selection of five songs for their show titled, “A Day at the Beach” which lasted approximately eight mi...

Freedom Students React to the 2016 Presidential Election Results

Freedom Students React to the 2016 Presidential Election Results

Jacob Ishak, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016


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Every four years, Americans from all walks of life come together to elect a president. The two main candidates on the ballot this year were Hillary Clinton, representing the Democratic Party, and Donald Trump, representing the Republican Party. In the end, America decided to elect Donald Trump as President o...

Freedom’s Top Teacher

Freedom’s Top Teacher

Jacob Ishak, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016


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Out of the roughly 120 teachers at Freedom High School, one is chosen every year by their peers to be granted the honor of Teacher of the Year. This year on October 13th, the same day as the United States Navy’s birthday, Captain Theodore Wasylkiw, known around campus as “Captain,” was named Freedom High...

FLVS Classes Gain Favor With FHS Students

FLVS Classes Gain Favor With FHS Students

Kara Turkson, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016


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Florida Virtual School (FLVS) is something most high school students tend to have a love-hate relationship with. FLVS provides a way for students to increase their grade point average, recover credits from a class they have failed, or simply explore courses not offered on campus. While FLVS courses...

Stephenson Stands Strong in the Face of Fights

Stephenson Stands Strong in the Face of Fights

Drew Meyerson, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016


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You’ve heard about them. You have an idea of how disruptive they can be. Some of you have even seen them in person. However, many students are oblivious to the extraordinary effort being put in by Principal Stephenson and the Freedom Administration in order to end the disruptive fights that are currently...

NJROTC Wins Big at First Competition

NJROTC Wins Big at First Competition

JD Roberson, Staff Writer

October 26, 2016


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Congratulations to the Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) for placing fourth at their first competition of the 2016-2017 school year. Lieutenant Junior Grade Christopher Rumbold placed third in his armed individual drill routine, Seaman Alexi Cruz placed first for individual...

Is School Causing Students’ Disinterest in Reading? 

Is School Causing Students’ Disinterest in Reading? 

Drew Meyerson, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016


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Reading is such a crucial aspect of everyday life that students have been doing since day one of their schooling. It is critical to human survival as well as obtaining knowledge, so why is it that students are becoming increasingly disinterested in voluntary reading? In order to determine the extent...

Freedom’s Morning Show: Revamped

Freedom’s Morning Show: Revamped

Mhauri Gilliam, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016


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Freedom’s Morning Show, better known as Freedom Television (FTV), has been making waves this school year. FTV has made major changes since last year’s Morning Show, which was broadcasted a handful of times. Students can now expect to see their peers become News Anchors and Meteorologists two to...

Need Service Hours? Look No further!

Need Service Hours? Look No further!

Aidan Boggs, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016


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In the past, students were under a constant pressure to make good grades and be involved as much as possible. Now-a-days, people seem to be far more focused on how they will earn their required volunteer hours for graduation or Bright Futures Scholarships. Many students hope to attend a four year...

Senior Breakfast

Senior Breakfast

Tyler Young, Staff Writer

October 17, 2016


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On Wednesday, October 19, while underclassmen are taking the PSAT, seniors will be enjoying a nice senior breakfast in the auditorium along with taking the senior class panorama picture. It is important that seniors wear their senior class shirt, or a blue shirt if they don't have one, in order to be...

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