The Falcon Flyer

“Live, Laugh, Love”

Jordan Frei is a 17 year old senior who plays soccer as a midfielder and participates in the sprinting events for the track team. Born and raised in Vancouver, Frei attended Glenwood Heights Primary and Laurin Middle School. You might know her as her family is the owner of the Nobles Only Christmas Tree Farm. Frei being the oldest of three siblings has two younger brothers; Mason and Gavin, and a German Shepherd named Koko. In her free time she enjoys hanging out with her friends and family, kicking around a soccer ball, and watching netflix (Bachelor In Paradise and The Office being her favorites, duh.) Mrs. Alway describes Jordan as funny, mouthy, and deceptive, but her classmates say she's spunky, fashionable, and kind. 

As a senior, Frei is excited about all the senior activities, color wars, sports events, and of course… graduating. Throughout high school, her favorite memory and greatest accomplishment is taking the title of fourth in state for soccer. She is extra excited about taking AP Government this year and her favorite class is Psychology. After she graduates, she hopes to continue her education at a four year university. Dreaming of walking the Boise State campus, she wants to study to become a nurse or an engineer. Being a nurse would fulfill her desire to help people but both careers offer the stability she aspires to reach in her future. 

Now that you know about Jordan Frei, let's get serious. She joined Journalism because not only does she love Mrs. Alway, she loves spending time with her friends in class and has lots of fun creating content about our school. Frei is most looking forward to producing funny videos, sports videos, and features. She can’t wait to get creating and keep us falcons laughing. She feels that her motivation to stay on track along with her humorous energy can bring great content to journalism this year. She also thinks that her clear and to the point approach, exquisite grammar, and comical writing style will help set her apart from everyone else. With last years experience, and the ideas of last years seniors, she hopes to grow the journalism program and get as many people to watch and read as possible. Through Journalism, Frei hopes to improve her communication skills so that she can meet new people and connect better with everyone around her. With her high school career coming to an end, and real life on the cusp, she wants to expand her people skills so she can take the world by storm. 

Frei’s goal for herself this year is to stay on track with homework (something we can all relate to), and to make the most of her senior year with friends. When asked what she would tell her freshman self if she could go back in time, she responded “to not overthink so much”. So you heard it here first freshman, don’t get in your heads and be in the moment!! Jordan Frei hopes you tune in on everything Prairie journalism has to offer and that you make this year great!

Jordan Frei, Editor

The student news site of Prairie High School
Jordan Frei