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Return to Athletics – Fall Sports Begin August 31st

Freedom High School is set to return to athletics after the Orange County School Board was presented with the plans for a safe return to sports at the board meeting on August 25th. Fall sports will begin Monday, August 31st. Athletic Director Robert Rego has put together this Return to Athletics video highlighting some of

Cheer Update

We are currently waiting to post information about tryouts until the school board meeting commences on Friday, July 17th. We will follow the district’s lead on reopening schools to decide on the date for tryouts. Thank you for being patient, and we look forward to seeing you all soon.

2020-2021 Athletic Physicals and COVID-19 Response

Orange County Public Schools has worked diligently to create a safe plan for a return to Athletics, and at Freedom High School we are working together to implement those plans for our programs. Beginning Monday, July 6th, all Fall Sports (which includes Bowling, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Swimming/Diving, and Girls Volleyball) will begin voluntary

Colton Curtis Named Male Metro Athlete of the Year

Freedom Senior Colton Curtis wraps up an outstanding wrestling career with the honor of being named as the Metro Conference Male Athlete of the Year. Colton finished runner-up in the state in his weight class, was named the Tracy Lomberk Most Outstanding Wrestler at the Metro Wrestling Tournament, was ranked #1, reached the Career 100-win mark, and

Emily Staples Named Female Metro Athlete of the Fall Season

Congratulations to Senior Emily Staples who has been named the Metro Conference Female Athlete of the Fall Season. Emily capped off a stellar high school career that included FHSAA District and Regional titles in 2018, by committing to continue her academic and golf career at the University of Missouri. The Metro Conference is the athletic

Nick Espelage named Male Metro Athlete of the Spring Season

Congratulations to Nick Espelage who was named Male Metro Athlete of the Spring Season for contribution to the Boys Volleyball program. Nick was a member of the 2018-19 Boys Volleyball State Championship team, and was well on his way to an outstanding senior season.  

Tyler Cassidy Earns All-Metro Honors

Freedom Junior Tyler Cassidy was named to the East All-Metro Conference Team after putting together a solid season for the Patriots Baseball team this season. Tyler pitched a Complete Game Shutout against Colonial, earned a 4-3 win over Ocoee with a complete game performance on the mound and 2 sacrifice RBIs at the plate. The

Yenilitza Roman Commits to Johnson & Wales University

Congratulations to Freedom Senior Yenilitza Roman who has committed to continuing her academic and athletic career at Johnson & Wales University in North Miami, FL. Yenilitza had an incredible career at Freedom as a member of the Cross Country and Track teams, and was a 4A Regional Finalist in Cross Country in 2019-20. Click here to

Moise Toussaint Commits to Allen University

Congratulations to Freedom Senior Moise Toussaint who has committed to continuing his academic and wrestling career at Allen University.

Hunter Rees Commits to North Idaho College

Congratulation to Freedom Senior Hunter Rees who has committed to continuing his academic and wrestling career as a member of the wrestling program at North Idaho College.