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  INFORMATION


Freedom High School
15201 Neabsco Mills Rd.
Woodbridge, VA 22191
Phone: 703.583.1405

Principal:

Inez Bryant

Assistant Principals: 

Richard Martinez
Robert Schraml
Darrin Lowry 

Other Administrators :

Dave Anderson, School Counseling Director;       Carolyn Wedge, Administrative Coordinator for CENS Program;
Bobbi DeWitt, Acting Athletic Director

Date Opened: September 2004

Specialty Program: Center for Environmental and Natural Sciences

Number of Students: 1,790
Percent of Students Who Go on to Higher Education: 66%
Number of Teachers: 102

Freedom High School

 

School Colors: Vegas Gold and Black
School Mascot: The Eagle

 

  ABOUT FREEDOM HIGH SCHOOL


The sundial dedicated to Prince William County victims of September 11, 2001.Freedom High School, a comprehensive high school of 1,790 students, is located in Woodbridge, Virginia, approximately 25 miles south of Washington, D.C. The newest of Prince William County's 10 high schools, Freedom provides a variety of vocational preparation programs using modern laboratory and computer facilities and challenging academic offerings, which strongly emphasize college preparation.

Freedom High School held its dedication ceremony on September 11, 2004. On that date, the school also dedicated its memorial to the Prince William County victims of the tragic events of September 11, 2001. As a permanent part of the high school, there is a 62-foot diameter sundial dedicated to these heroes. The names of the Prince William County victims are inscribed on the bricks around the sundial. Four brass plates are placed on the face of the dial to mark the times when the four airplanes struck the North and South Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and the field in Pennsylvania.




  COMMUNITIES SERVED


Woodbridge, Dale City, and Belmont Bay.

  SPECIAL PROGRAMS


The Center for Environmental and Natural Sciences (CENS) at Freedom High School offers a four-year program of studies designed to include strong laboratory and field investigation components. The curriculum is integrated with other educational disciplines to allow students to understand relationships between environmental science and these disciplines, as well as to understand its relationship with everyday life. Students will become involved in community activities and business partnerships that will enhance their understanding of the environment.

Students study the organisms that live in the school's wet pond.

  ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS & EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


Freedom High School has partnered with Northern Virginia Community College to offer after-school tutoring to students. In addition, staff is in the process of setting up a mentorship program between Freedom students and Northern Virginia Community College students. SAT improvement classes are also offered through Horizons, and this summer Freedom plans to introduce an "AP Institute" to better prepare students for entry into advanced placement classes.

  OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARENT & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT


Freedom High School's crestFreedom's Parent-Teacher-Student Organization (PTSO) and Athletic Boosters work with students and community members to better school life for everyone. Through fundraisers such as craft shows, revenue is raised for students. In addition, Freedom has partnered with several local Hispanic business leaders to set up a student mentorship program. This unique program will allow Hispanic students to work with a successful role model in the Woodbridge community. In addition, Freedom students mentor area elementary students each week after school. The high school students offer academic and social support to their assigned student.

  WHAT MAKES OUR SCHOOL UNIQUE?


Freedom High School students reflect the global community of the 21st century. Students celebrate individuality and embrace learning about different cultures.

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