Kind * Proud * Fearless

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Order and Personalize your 2022-23 HFHS Yearbook

Yearbooks can only be purchased through the Picaboo site.  You will NOT be able to order through school until the end of the year when we have a small extra supply.

Order online now through May 5th.  You can also choose to personalize 4 pages and the back cover for FREE! 

Order a hardcover yearbook for $35 or softcover for $25. It will be delivered to you at school in June, before graduation.

SENIORS : Please submit your preferred yearbook portrait HERE  by April 28th, or your school ID photo will be used.

PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF SENIORS : If you are interested in purchasing a Senior Ad in the yearbook to celebrate your student’s accomplishments. 

 Cost: Options : 1/4 page=$10, 1/2 page=$20, full page layout=$30.

  1.  If you would like us to help create your ad, please contact Mr. Johnson   or Mrs. Wakeman  . If you select this option, click HERE to pay online or bring check or cash to the front office.


Spirit Wear Order!

If you are interested in ordering a Hayes Freedom shirt or hoodie, please fill out the form at the front desk by Friday, January 18th.




Annual Walk and Knock

Hayes Freedom High School Renegades will continue our annual participation in the Clark County Walk & Knock Saturday, December 1st.  This event allows us the opportunity to contribute positively to our community.

We are in need of some parent/student volunteers who would be willing to drive along the route to help pick up the bags of food as they are collected.  Please let us know if you are able to do this by emailing ASB Advisor Shelley Ross at

Students and families wishing to participate should meet at the school at 8:30am on Saturday, December 2nd.  Doughnuts, coffee and cocoa will be served. We should be finished with the collection by 11:30am.  Any students participating will need to have a permission slip signed.  If they have not already received one, they can be found at the main office or through the event coordinator Shelley Ross on the morning of the event.

Please come out and support this great cause!


PSAT Offered October 1O

Attention all Juniors and College Bound Scholarship students:

The PSAT will be given Wednesday, October 10 from 9:00-12:00 at Hayes Freedom High School. If you have signed up, please give Mrs. Thomas $20.00 for a practice book. The sooner the better so you have time to study.  If you have not signed up and are interest please contact, Ms. Ross for more information.   If you cannot afford the $20.00 and want to take the test, please see Ms. Ross.

Also, if you are a 9th or 10th grade student and have signed up for the College Bound Scholarship, you can take the PSAT for FREE. See Ms. Ross if this pertains to you.

Fright Night at HFHS

HFHS ASB is sponsoring a night full of pizza, drinks, and snacks along with music + games and a movie.

FREE to all Renegades students & their families!

Join the fun from 5:30 – 8:00 on Friday, October 20 in the Commons.


Financial Aid Info & Assistance Event

Get free expert help completing the FAFSA or WASFA

Saturday, October 21, 2017

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Clark College Main Campus – Scarpelli Hall

We will also have a college admission/application lab to assist students with their admission application, as well as presentations for Dreamer Resources, Scholarships, Paying for College, Financial Literacy and more!

New SAT Information

Starting this June, Juniors will take a New SAT.

This June, the SAT will have a new look and new scoring process.  The SAT will be aligned with Common Core along with the following changes:

  • The test will include three sections — evidence-based reading and writing, math, and an optional essay — each retooled to prevent students from simply filling in a bubble on the test sheet and instead justifying their answers.
  • The test will shift from its current score scale of 2400 back to 1600, with a separate score for the writing which is technically optional but required by many colleges.
  • No longer will test takers be penalized for choosing incorrect answers.

Something that is not different is that income-eligible students can receive fee waivers to take the test and also request up to 4 college application fee waivers when applying to colleges.  See Ms. Ross for information about fee waivers.

To help prepare for the test you can go to the following websites:

Free Online Test Preparation Resources:

Vocabulary Development
Vocab Sushi
5000 Free Words

Root Words & Prefixes: Quick Reference
Learn that Word

Latin and Greek Roots and Prefixes

Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes
Live Abilities

College Board Practice Tests for the NEW SAT

Best SAT Prep Books 

How to Get 800 on Reading 

Veritas Test Prep 

Number 2

The Princeton Review

Dome SAT Review

Erik’s SAT Review

My SAT Practice

College Board – Critical Reading, Mathematics, Writing



Internet4Classrooms – SAT/ACT Preparation Resources

Test Prep Review – SAT/ACT

Study Guide Zone – SAT

Study Guide Zone – ACT

College Scholarships


January Students of the Month

Ilse is an iJan Ilsentelligent, driven, and extremely hard working young lady. She fearlessly and proudly drives forward and is proactive in accomplishing her goals. On top of her fierce intrinsic motivation, she conquers all witha contagious smile, room-filling laughter and kindness.   Ilse is not a quitter!  She represents Hayes in a manner that makes us all proud she is a Renegade.  Thank you, Ilse for all your hard work.



Jan DavenDaven proudly represents Hayes Freedom through continual investment into the school and school activities. He proudly and fearlessly puts his all into all he does. On top of his hard work and involvement he does everything in a kind, considerate manner.   Daven’s help and friendliness along with his desire to make Hayes better exemplifies the Renegade motto of, “Be Kind, Be Proud, and Be Fearless.”  Thank you, Daven for all your hard work.



January Parent Meeting

Financial Aid applications are now available!

For application help or more information regarding FAFSA, Ms. Ross will be available Thursday, January 21 @ 6:30 pm at Hayes to answer questions.  You can use computers at the school to complete this crucial step in your student’s post-secondary educational pursuit.

You will need the following to fill out the online application:

  • Student’s social security card
  • Student’s income information* (Bank statements; a W-2 orpay stub, if you have a job; past tax return, if you filed)
  • Parent who claims student as a dependent should be present
  • Parent’s financial information* (Bank statements; W-2 or pay stub; last year’s tax return)
  • Parent’s social security number
  • Any additional financial information (such as child support statements, TANF or welfare information; real estate, stock or bonds investments; family business or farm info.)

*You can use last year’s tax return to estimate your current tax information and submit the FAFSA. If you do this, you will update and make corrections after you file your taxes.

 If you cannot make the Parent Meeting, WSU Vancouver will host FAFSA filing at 1:00 pm on Saturday, January 23. 

December Students of the Month

Nov NickNick has become a true Hayes Freedom Renegade.  He is a hard worker who went above & beyond the expectations for his CBA assignment.  He also participated as a discussion leader regarding the political process and was actively engaged in classroom debates as well as discussion of the current Presidential candidates.  He works hard to keep his grades up and is very polite to both his peers & staff.
Thank you Nick for being Kind, Proud, and Fearless!




Nov GabbyGabby is here every day ready to give her all to class. She is kind, always happy to work with others, offer notes and help in anyway needed in class. She proudly completes every assignment with her full effort & attention.  She is always polite and very courteous to her peers & staff.  She is quiet, but continuously demonstrates the Hayes motto in the little things she does.  She fearlessly advocates for herself and for others.
Thank you, Gabby for being Kind, Proud, and Fearless!

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Renegade Pride

"To be a Renegade is to be fearless and dare to be different."

"The longer classes let me get work done efficiently."

"When I asked my son why he likes school this year, he said it is because he is treated as an individual."

"It doesn't matter who you are or where you come will always be welcomed here."

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