Board of Education Celebrates Freeport High School Academic Achievements

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It was a night of many academic celebrations during the March 23 Board of Education meeting. Freeport High School Principal Linda Carter proudly introduced several outstanding high school students and shared their amazing academic success.

The meeting began with members of the high school’s NJROTC, whose precision and patriotic pride were evident as they led those in attendance in the Pledge of Allegiance. Representatives of FHS Student Government presented their monthly report on a wide variety of school and community service activities taking place at the high school. The impressive list of events clearly demonstrated the students’ commitment to making life at Freeport High School a memorable and meaningful experience for all.

The celebration of excellence continued as cast members of the high school production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “The King and I” presented a preview performance and invited everyone to attend the production on Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9.  

Members of the Board of Education each proudly introduced the Freeport High School Class of 2016 top 10 sharing their impressive resumes filled with academic excellence, outstanding participation in the arts and athletics, as well as leadership roles in student activities and community service.

The high school’s sophomore and senior Future Problem Solvers team members were acknowledged for their most recent award-winning achievements at the New York State Bowl at Molloy College. The high school’s senior team will represent New York State at the national championship in Michigan later this year.

Next, it was the Freeport High School DECA team members who were acknowledged for their many awards at the regional competition hosted by Freeport High School and the state competition held in Rochester.

Members of the Freeport High School Robotics team were also introduced and recognized for their outstanding competitive success during this school year.

Lastly, junior Abby Ebescu was recognized as the best Freeport High School AP Physics student.

“Thank you to Freeport High School Principal Linda Carter and her team of outstanding administrators, teachers and staff for the great work you all do,” said Freeport Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham. “The achievements we are celebrating this evening are just a sampling of the great things that are happening every day at Freeport High School.”