Kind * Proud * Fearless

1919 NE Ione Street Camas WA 98607 * (360) 833-5600 * fax (360) 833-5601


Potential Incoming Freshman-Class of 2023/Parent Meeting

Parents come find out more about Hayes on March 19 at 6:30pm.

*****We are taking applications for fall freshman enrollment. 

Click here for application.

We Did you know that Hayes Freedom High School is an innovative school of choice for ninth-twelfth grade students?

Hayes Freedom High School was founded on the principle that not all students thrive in a large, comprehensive high school environment. If your student may benefit from any of the following hallmarks of HFHS, she or he might want to get to know us!

Hayes Freedom High School offers:
Small class sizes; usually about 20 students per class.
Longer, intensely focused classes; students take three 1:40 core classes with a 30 minute advisory each day. This allows students more time with teachers, time to work on projects in
class, and a deeper understanding of material.
Intentional, project-based learning; Hayes students are encouraged by teachers to approach assignments and projects in creative ways focusing on the learning styles of individual
Strong relationships; with only a maximum of 200 students and ten teachers, students will have the same teachers for several subjects over time. This cultivates a tight-knit community
where students know teachers and teachers know students. Attending Hayes is like joining a family “where everybody knows your name.”

Students and parents are invited to come to Hayes Freedom High School to find out about our program.  Please call Kristi Thomas at 360-833-5600 to schedule an appointment.

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


Navigating Beyond High School

Please join us Thursday, November 19 ~ 6:30-7:30
at Hayes Freedom High School

What will your student do after graduating from Hayes Freedom High School?

University of Washington – Tacoma’s admission advisor, Joseph Franco, and Hayes Freedom High School counselor Ms. Ross will give a presentation about “Navigating Beyond High School.”

Learn about apprenticeships, navigating the College Bound Scholarship, FAFSA, WASFA, Washington state scholarship opportunities, get tips on how to pick out a school that is right for your student, and find out how to pay for post-secondary education.

Pizza will be provided!  Please call 833-5600 to RSVP to Kristi Thomas. 

Parent Meeting

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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