Julia Hall Staff Writer 5:30-6 a.m - Elizabeth starts her day off by completing her homework: she feels more productive in the morning. 8:20 a.m. - Elizabeth gets picked up and goes to school. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - At school, Elizabeth goes to her classes. She enjoys her AP Human, chorus, and … Continue reading A Day in the Life: Elizabeth Jones
Davis Buckbee Staff Writer Freeman students celebrated their five-day Thanksgiving weekend in a variety of ways last week. “I stayed in town over Thanksgiving break,” said junior Steve Ulrichs. “I had to get my wisdom teeth removed on Wednesday, so I was sore, numb, and still on prescribed drugs during our Thanksgiving dinner.” “My … Continue reading Man on the Street: What did our Rebels do over Thanksgiving Break?
Katie Cooper and Remy Schimick Online Editors-in-Chief Since Thanksgiving Break is near, here's a Rebels #QuestionOfTheDay. Click to watch the video!
McBride Rawson Design Editor Last week, senior Jacob Biney broke the school’s standing vertical leap record. At 42 inches, Jacob’s jump cleared the old record by 3 inches. “I couldn’t believe the number when I saw it,” Jacob said. The rest of Coach Derby’s class was just as astonished as Jacob. “The class average … Continue reading Jacob Biney Can Probably Jump Over You
Cameron McCarty Sports Editor 7:00 a.m - Allie starts her day by eating her favorite breakfast, cheerios and orange juice. Then she feeds her dog Rocky! 8:00 a.m - Allie gets to school early because she has an early bird. At school, Allie loves classes that express her passions. She loves sports marketing and SODA … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Allie Luxton
Kate Yarbrough Opinions Editor Freeman freshmen are in for a surprise come October 31. Unlike other schools, Freeman High School is marked by our spirited participation on Halloween. This year, to name just a few costumes, giant Tetris blocks towered in the halls, seniors dressed as senior citizens (complete with walkers), and cops made sure … Continue reading Freshman’s Favorite Senior Halloween Costumes from 10/31/2018
Emily Carder Featured Writer Poster clutched in hand, I self-consciously awaited the opening of the bus’s doors, surrounded by friendly yet unfamiliar faces as I wondered what the “best 10 days of my life” would hold. As the charter bus finally allowed the Japanese students packed within to come cascading out, I was carried … Continue reading Student Story: Learning Japanese Culture as a High School Diplomat