The Freelancer

Amy hates the school

Amelia Esparza, Staff Writer

May 17, 2017

This school has a lot of issues, and I mean that in an infrastructural way. For example, we have the tennis courts that are slanted and have a giant gaping hole underneath. Now the school is currently planning on fixing that problem...

Prom a success despite initial prom-blems

Lucy Adame, Editor-in-Chief

April 25, 2017

So, prom was Saturday... The event was amazing and it seemed that everyone had a good time, despite all of the problems leading up to it this year. Ever since our hard-working ASB announced the date, all I heard were a bunch...

Lucy Strongly Dislikes Block Schedule

Lucy Adame, Editor-in-Chief

April 10, 2017

Oh block schedule How I hate you so You make me want to fling myself into a volcano With your long hours and lectures that bore You kill me, All they way to my core I know it is not your fault for being that way But whe...

Outdated rules regarding phones in class should be revisited

Dhangur Singh, Digital Media Editor

November 29, 2016

Mobile devices in school are a widely disputed topic. Phones can have both positive and negative influences, but the good outweighs the bad. Phones are important resources for students. They are assets for learning, are a convenient...

Amy hates cancer

Amy hates cancer

November 8, 2016

Why must the Second Amendment be repealed?

November 8, 2016

Learn something beyond your four years of high school

Nala Osorio, Staff Writer

May 26, 2016

This column is the fourth piece in a series of farewells from The Freelancer's senior staff members. As senior year comes to an end I feel that I have learned a lot of interesting information and will be graduating with a f...

Marching on to a new chapter in life

Natalie Vasquez, Staff Writer

May 23, 2016

This column is the third piece in a series of farewells from The Freelancer's senior staff members. When someone thinks of marching band, they probably think of cheesy movies about high school with small clips of the band...

Failure is not something to be looked down on

Haley Lomas, Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2016

This column is the second piece in a series of farewells from The Freelancer's senior staff members. Looking back at my past four years of high school for this opinion piece was quite difficult for me. It could be in part ...

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