• Congratulations to the seniors listed below.  They have met all NHS requirements to graduate with honors.  We look forward to celebrating their success at the NHS/CSF Honors Night on May 14th. 

     

    Abatcha, Amal
    Afonso, Tamara
    Bogan, Bre
    Beason, Olivia
    Cheong, Alvin
    Gaite, Kelsey
    Gomez, Jamilla
    Hernandez, Serena
    Kaka, Joy
    Knight, Lauren
    Lacaba, Jerome
    Lopez, Cesar
    Loza, Ysabella
    Luna, Hannah
    Martinez, Kiana
    Neily, Danika
    Pacheco, Isabella
    Pitts, Brooke
    Rodriguez, Alexa
    Rountree, Ashley
    Smith, Isaiah
    Suzuki Chou, Madison
    Torres, Marisa
    Ungaretti, Alyssa
    Vincent, McKenna
    Woods, Anya
     

      

     

     

    Here are the results from the student vote, concluding on April 5th, 2024.  I will begin the process of approving the names below for NHS leadership positions during the 2024-2025 school year.  

     

    Name Position
    Nucup, Angelica​ President​
    Anthony, Gabe​ Vice President​
    Hoang, Hien​ (Laura) Vice President​
    Criswell Brandon ​ Secretary​
    Mariam Hayath​ Secretary​
    De Leon, Lane Victoria​ Treasurer​
    Gonzalez, Alessia​ Treasurer​
    Jaramillo, Tatiana​ Historian​
    Lucido, Sofia​ Historian​

     

    Freedom High School accepts applications from sophomores during the spring semester each year. Invitations for the Class of 2026 will begin in mid-May.

     

     

    About NHS:

    National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.

      

    *Check out our calendar for meetings, updates, and future events*

     

     

    Our Advisors: 

    Joe Hollister - hollisterj@luhsd.net

    Sheila Angelo - angelos@luhsd.net

    Karna Cruz - cruzk@luhsd.net

     

    Updated 5/1/2024

     
     
     
     
     
    Freedom High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability.