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During the four years of high school, all students volunteer for at least 60 hours of approved community service. One half (.5) academic credit is awarded upon completion of the required hours. An additional .5 credit is awarded to students completing a total of 120 service hours.
Many graduating seniors boast hundreds of volunteer hours. Those students earning 135 hours or more are recognized for their outstanding community service by receiving a silver cord at graduation. Many colleges and organizations provide students awards and scholarships for service to the community.
The Varsity Scholar Program is given for the express purpose of recognizing pupils who attain all "A's" or the equivalent. A varsity award is given to each pupil who attains all "A's" or the equivalent at the end of any scholastic year.
A student who attains all "A's" or the equivalent for the year for the first time will receive a varsity award as identified by the administration.
If a student has maintained all "A's" or the equipotent average for two or three years, after the first year, the award will be in the form of a certificate recognizing academic excellence. If a student maintains a straight "A" or the equivalent average for four years, the student will receive a lamp of knowledge.
For a transfer student to quality for the varsity Scholarship Awards, the student must receive all "S's" or the equivalent during the course of one school year at Freedom High School.
If the school from which the student transferred has a similar program, the student will not be eligible for the Freedom High School Varsity Scholarship Award, expect with regard to the scholastic work at Freedom High School.