Students: 75 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 1-12 | Gender: Coed
Freeman Academy is associated with the Mennonite religion. It focuses on a high standard of excellence in both the spiritual mind as well as the educational. There are sports that students can play for a school team or for fun.
Students can also attend regular church services and extracurricular activities such as band and drama. Grades include first through fourth as well as middle school grades up through high school.
There are concerts and presentations through the school year. Activities that students can partake in include swimming and canoeing.
Prayer is an important part of the way of life at the school. Driver’s education courses are offered. Prospective students should complete an application online. Field trips are taken on a regular basis. Public bus transportation is offered for students.
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