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Freedom High School (School of Choice)

Freedom High School is a diploma-granting school of choice that provides educational services for students in grades 10-12 who have determined they may benefit from a personalized, small school setting. Students come to Freedom having faced a variety of barriers to earning their high school diploma but all have a determination to graduate. The program is semi–self progress and allows students to recover credit, move forward and in many cases graduate on time or early. Freedom offers a nontraditional setting which emphasizes close student-teacher relationships. The program offers: An advisement system that involves every Freedom High School student; support services that include individual and group counseling; six-week grading periods and parent-teacher conferences; regular parental involvement through continued communication with student’s advisor and weekly progress reports; student input through classroom review processes, advisement and the Principal’s Advisory Council

5200 Cutler, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110

Phone: (505) 884-6012
Alternate Phone:
Fax: (505) 880-3979

Enrollment: 149
Location Code: 596

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Person Title Phone
Esther Keeton Principal (505) 884-6012
Eileen Burks Secretary (505) 884-6012
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