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- Resources & FacilitiesB
Freeman High School is an above average, public school located in Adams, NE. It has 187 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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- of students and parents agree that the teachers give engaging lessons.3 responses
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- of students and parents agree that the teachers adequately lead and control the classroom.3 responses
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Freeman High School Reviews
I came to Freeman as a Junior and I felt welcomed by students and staff. The teachers really do what they can to help their students and Freeman makes sure to take care of its students as much as it can. Coming to Freeman was nice for me because it was less academically stressful and allowed me to be more involved in school activities. If I could change something, I would make it so the older students were given more freedoms and responsibilities. Also, I would include more options for lunches. Finally, I would institute some harder coursework for the students who need it.
Freeman is apart of a very small town of Adams, NE, so yes there is a high rate of athletes in the school. But, you only get recognized if you're apart of a certain team. Freeman offers softball, football, volleyball, girl and boys basketball, and girls and boys track. Two years ago we combined with Beatrice high school for swimming. Very rarely do gIrls sports besides volleyball, get recognized. That could be normal, but as a senior softball player I didn't enjoy it very much. From a female perspective, if you're apart of a male sport, you get better spirit and more fan support.
The school is clean and inviting. Teachers and students are constantly within close proximity to one another, providing ample opportunities for tutoring and assistance. Students are well-rounded and energetic (usually). Administrators expect a good deal from a majority of the student body, which encourages students to follow through. Students who struggle academically (or behaviorally) are not overlooked due to a lack of available resources, they are taken care of by faculty. The one and only downfall is the lack of available peer variety. By that I mean, I attended kindergarten and my senior year with many of the same people, graduating with only 24 of which about 20 were around before 6th grade.