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Freedom High School Joins the Nation in National Walkout

Freedom High School Joins the Nation in National Walkout

Jamie Hsiao, Staff Writer

April 23, 2018


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  This past Friday, students collectively left class and gathered in the courtyard to participate in a nation-wide walkout, paying respect to the victims of gun violence, including the most recent mass school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, February of this year. The...

Seniors Take on Grad Bash

Seniors Take on Grad Bash

Kevin Jefferis, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


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It is the time of the year at Freedom High School when seniors gather for one last fun-filled activity with their classmates before graduating.  Seniors have been anticipating Grad Bash since the beginning of the year. On Friday, April 20, many Freedom seniors will spend their night with seniors...

A Day of Silence

A Day of Silence

Genevieve Clark, Staff Writer

April 13, 2018


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On April 27, 2018, students will have the power to lead a national movement that will teach the importance of respect and acceptance of all people. GLSEN’s Day of Silence is an event where individuals take a vow of silence to highlight the censoring and erasure of LGBTQ people in school. GLSEN stands...

Craving Cappy’s

Craving Cappy’s

Aidan Carney, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018


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Tampa Palms is filled with restaurants, from the locally owned to chain establishments. A notable local restaurant is Cappy's Pizza. Numerous Cappy's are scattered throughout Tampa Bay, with others in Brandon/Riverview, St. Pete and South Tampa. There are currently three Freedom High students who...

Spring Break Ideas for Students

Spring Break Ideas for Students

Danny Wood, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


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Spring break is approaching rapidly, and all students and teachers are anxiously awaiting the arrival of this much needed break. Unfortunately, however, this vacation tends to pass by quickly, so it is important to make the most out of 2018's spring break by participating in as many enjoyable activitie...

What Helps You Perform Better In School?

What Helps You Perform Better In School?

Karli Del Giudice, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


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Besides direct class content, which factors can boost students' grades? Not everyone likes to eat breakfast in the morning, but it may improve students' ability to do well in school. Students who eat in the morning can agree that when they eat breakfast, they concentrate better during school compared...

The Pros and Cons of Senior Days

The Pros and Cons of Senior Days

Matt Bogdanoff, Staff Writer

March 1, 2018


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Being a senior certainly has its perks, and one of those is the ability to exempt certain second semester exams. However, all goods things come at a price. To exempt exams, seniors may miss no more than five absences per class period in the second semester. Whether you’re bed ridden with the...

Senior Year May Break Your Wallet

Senior Year May Break Your Wallet

Matt Bogdanoff, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018


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Many high school students consider their senior year to be the best part of their high school career. The toughest of the work load is past, the exciting prospect of college is approaching quickly and there are numerous senior perks and exclusive events to look forward to.    All of these activitie...

The Hall on Franklin: A Tampa Native Dining Experience

The Hall on Franklin: A Tampa Native Dining Experience

Danny Wood, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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The Hall on Franklin: A Tampa Native Dining Experience Opened in September of 2017, The Hall on Franklin is a relatively new restaurant to the downtown dining scene, providing Tampa locals with a diverse and unique dining experience. The Hall on Franklin provides customers with a menu composed...

Is Driver’s Ed Really better?

Is Driver’s Ed Really better?

Karli DelGiudice, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018


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Most parents believe taking a Driver’s Ed class online or at school better teaches their children to learn how to drive. But do teens really think it’s better? With a parent-taught driver’s education, families can forgo dues for driving school. Instead, students complete the amount of hours  requi...

Agriculture Class Rescues Horse

Agriculture Class Rescues Horse

Anna Lamlein, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


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This past Wednesday, Freedom welcomed a new family member to the agriculture department. His name is Tate, and he’s a fourteen year old Quarter Horse. Tate was rescued from a sandlot by the Sheriff’s department after he’d been a victim of neglect from his previous owner. Tate was only 518 lbs....

Dual Enrollment: Full Disclosure

Dual Enrollment: Full Disclosure

Anna Lamlein, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018


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Everyone wants to make the most of what high school has to offer. Getting a jump start on college classes through Dual Enrollment courses can be a beneficial option for many students - if you commit yourself to the program. To qualify for Dual Enrollment, a student must have 3.0 GPA and a passing...

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