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The Center for Environmental and Natural Sciences (CENS) specialty at Freedom High School offers a rigorous four-year program of studies designed to include strong laboratory and field investigation components. The program emphasizes interactive science research and projects that make use of the on-site CENS lab, greenhouse, aquarium, hydroponics, diverse habitats, and pond. Students participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities, including community service, and will become involved with business and community partnerships that enhance their understanding of environmental and natural sciences.

The mission of CENS is to promote environmental citizenship and a sustainable community through challenging hands-on collaborative learning experiences that encourage innovative thinking, problem solving, and leadership within our school and community. Freedom High Schools aims to create a sustainable society of students that embodies respect and care for the community of life and ecological integrity. 

The High School Specialty Program application can be found online

The application process ends on February 1st. The options for Freedom HS found on the online application are CENS, Medical Billing and Coding, and Pharmacy Technician. If you are interested in applying for the Law and Public Safety or Environmental Engineering, please remember you must apply for the CENS (The Center for Environmental and Natural Sciences) Program as they fall under this category as a program of study.

Learn about the special program offerings offered at Freedom High School by following the links below or on the side navigation menu . 

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Advanced Placement
  Air Force JROTC Criminal Justice
                        CENS
       Medical Billing and Coding                  Pharmacy Tech
Center for Environmental
 & Natural Sciences
   Medical Billing & Coding          Pharmacy Tech
 

Dual Enrollment DE
   PLTW
  Dual Enrollment NOVA            Project Lead the Way

 
 Program Administrator
 Mr. Washington_Prog Coordinator
 Troy L. Washington
Administrative Intern
washintl@pwcs.edu