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Freshman phenom Spencer Freedman begins his high school career

Varsity point guard Spencer Freedman (’18) describes his style of basketball as “deceptive.” He isn’t toweringly tall or extraordinarily burly. By his own admission he isn’t the fastest kid around. Yet on the court, he tells a different story. With the ball, Freedman moves at a blistering pace…. Freshman phenom Spencer Freedman begins his high…
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Paul Olund

March 18, 2015

Varsity point guard Spencer Freedman (’18) describes his style of basketball as “deceptive.” He isn’t toweringly tall or extraordinarily burly. By his own admission he isn’t the fastest kid around. Yet on the court, he tells a different story.

With the ball, Freedman moves at a blistering pace….

Freshman phenom Spencer Freedman begins his high school career

High schoolers’ perceptions of Stanford

High schoolers’ perceptions of Stanford

High school is romanticized as the party-filled epitome of a person’s life, but every high schooler has the inescapable thought of college hovering over their heads.  Google searching Stanford results in images of sunny Silicon Valley and articles about prodigious...