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Letter From NFHS Association

Patience Needed as States Develop Plans for Restarting High School Sports, Performing Arts By Dr. Karissa Niehoff on May 27, 2020nfhs news Share Print For several weeks, Americans have been awaiting answers to several questions. When will restaurants restart dine-in services? When will hair salons and gyms be open? When will people be able to

2020 Lights For Seniors

Senior Parents – Freeland High School is joining the many schools using their facilities to recognize Seniors.  We will be lighting up Falcon Stadium on Monday, April 20, 2020, at 8:20 p.m. (20:20 military time) for 20 minutes, 20 seconds, to acknowledge the Class of 2020, their contributions to our school, and to let them

Spring Sports Registration Fees

I hope this posting finds you all well in this crazy time we find ourselves in. As we were preparing for our spring sports season to start, the season was shut down before any contests could be played. Therefore, for those athletes that are only one sport athletes, and that sport is in the spring,

Kadyn Blanchard and Coach Hirschenberger Earn All State Honors

Kayden and coach Hirscenberger have been named to the AP All-State team.  Please visit M-Live to read the full article about the huge accomplishments for both Kayden and Coach. Congratulations, and these awards are well deserved as they have been part of one of the craziest high school seasons basketball seasons to date.

Latest News From MHSAA

The Michigan High School Athletic Association will announce no later than Friday (April 3) afternoon the status of its 2019-20 Winter and Spring seasons, after the directive by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer closing school buildings and moving education online during her ordered “state of disaster.” Executive Director Mark Uyl: “We’re reviewing the governor’s announcement, asking questions