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Revolution

Jared’s Journey

Jared’s Journey

Anna Lamlein, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

Senior Jared Klay isn’t taking the normal route after graduation. Through his church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Laterday Saints, Klay has chosen to dedicate two years after graduation to volunteering in missionary work. The decision is a common commitment made by followers of the Mormon religion. Klay...

Are Students Really Reading?

Are Students Really Reading?

Karli Del Guidice, Staff Writer

April 23, 2018


Filed under Features

SparkNotes vs actual reading? Most students prefer SparkNotes because it is the easy way out of reading and it helps students study for quizzes on the book. “I use SparkNotes because reading a short summary on a book is a lot easier than reading a long boring book,” shared Lilly Kiester, 9. Some...

European Experiences

European Experiences

Aidan Carney, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

Traveling to foreign places is a fantastic opportunity to discover the world. While most vacations last about a week or two, Senior Zach Snow had his stay last nearly a whole year. Snow flew to Germany in July of 2017. With expectations of only staying for a week, his then stationed dad presented...

Former Gymnast Jade Martin Is Cornell-Bound

Former Gymnast Jade Martin Is Cornell-Bound

Jamie Hsiao, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

Freedom High School Senior Jade Martin was only 3 years old when she was introduced to the world of gymnastics. Born in the small town of Nyack, New York , she moved to Tampa when she was 5 months old. Although the sport seemed intimidating to Martin at first, she eventually warmed up to it once she...

Athletic Atkinson

Athletic Atkinson

Kevin Jefferis, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under Features, Sports

Freedom High School has just gained a new distance coach for track, Brian Atkinson. Atkinson is no stranger to the world of distance running as he was a three-time state champion in cross country and track while at Melbourne High School. His success continued at Duke University, where he took home...

Carr’s Favorite Songs

Carr’s Favorite Songs

Anna Lamlein, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018


Filed under #TeacherFeature, Features

AP US History Teacher Mrs. Carr grew up listening to classic country and rock musicians of her parents’ generation. Her music taste hasn’t changed much over the years, and she still listens to mainly music from the 90’s. However, during high school, she did listen to a lot of goth and alternative...

A Day in the Life of a Newspaper Staff Writer

A Day in the Life of a Newspaper Staff Writer

Danny Wood, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018


Filed under Features

As consumers of the FHS Revolution, you only see the final outcomes of what we do on a day-to-day basis. But thankfully, I have been granted permission to pull the curtain on the all-so-secretive life of a newspaper staff writer. The first thing I am asked when people discover I am both a full-time...

Freedom Alumna: Zona Hijazi

Freedom Alumna: Zona Hijazi

Jamie Hsiao, Staff Writer

March 27, 2018


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

Former Freedom Patriot Zona Hijazi attended Freedom High School from 2010 to 2014. Today, Hijazi is a Senior at the University of South Florida. She still recalls her memories of Freedom fondly and reflects on how high school prepared her for her endeavors. Overall, Hijazi had a great experience attending...

Zuccarello’s Post-Grad Plans

Zuccarello’s Post-Grad Plans

Brittany Zheng, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

As graduation approaches, many seniors cannot wait for the next chapter of their lives. As even freshmen can relate, many students dream of walking across that stage from the start of their high school career. Senior class Historian and yearbook staff member Dylan Zuccarello looks forward to attending...

Meet Philip Foo

Meet Philip Foo

Karli Del Giudice, Staff Writer

March 22, 2018


Filed under Faces of Freedom, Features

Philip Foo is an active sophomore at Freedom High. He was on the track team his freshman year, but he plays for the tennis team this year. Foo practices tennis daily at the Tampa Palms Country Club to improve. “I am doing decent[ly] in school tennis. Even though only the top five play, I am ranked...

FHS Tennis Players From Around the World

FHS Tennis Players From Around the World

Anna Lamlein, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Features, Sports

The Freedom girls’ tennis team welcomed six new players this season. Coincidentally, three are in the foreign exchange program at Freedom. Judith Fenski, 11, Yuria Kishi, 11, and Maria Briceno, 11, are all attending Freedom this year from across the globe. These three, along with two other students...

Students Decide: Summer or Winter Sports

Students Decide: Summer or Winter Sports

JD Flahart, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Features

As the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics come to a close, Norway has the most wins with 14 gold, 14 silver, and 11 bronze. The United States came in fourth with 9 gold, 8 silver and 6 bronze. But the question still remains­- do students like the Summer or Winter Olympics better? As the Summer Olympics...

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