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A Step Above: A Step Above – Annie Freman

Faith Lutheran High School
Class of 2013

Passion makes perfect. That’s the philosophy that Faith Lutheran High School Student Body President Annie Freman has followed to great success. As one of the premier young golfers in the valley,  Annie’s love of the game has earned her numerous awards and accolades, including a full ride scholarship to Santa Clara University. But this young woman’s success doesn’t end on the links, with dedication to serve her school and the community clearly defined by a daily commitment to make the world a better place. With poise, humility and solid follow through, Annie Freman raises her game to – A Step Above.

G.P.A.: 3.8

Sports/Activities/Community Service

  • Division 4A Varsity Golf, 2009-Present; Co-Captain, 2011-Present
  • Sophomore Class Secretary, 2010-11
  • Junior Class President, 2011-12
  • Student Body President, 2012
  • Volunteer at Silver Sky Assisted Living Facility, 2009-Present
  • Volunteer for First Tee of Southern Nevada, 2011-Present
  • Volunteer for US Kids Golf, 2009-10


  • Honor Roll, 2009-Present
  • All-State Honors (Golf), 2009-11
  • Sunset Region Player of the Year, 2009-11
  • Las Vegas Player of the Year, 2011
  • First Team Northwest League, 2009-11
  • First Team Sunset Region, 2009-11
  • 2nd Place Trusted Choice/Big “I” Championship, 2012
  • 1st Place Bass Pro/Payne Stewart Junior Championship, 2012
  • Tied for 9th Place, USGA Girls’ Championship, 2012
  • 1st Place Nevada State Junior Girls’ Amateur (13-14), 2009
  • 1st Place Nevada State Junior Girls’ Amateur (15-17), 2012

Annie is Stronger and Wiser Because: “Although I have been personally blessed with a good life, I’ve seen my share of ‘no, you can’t’ or ‘just give up.’ I believe anyone with a smile and confidence in what they are trying to accomplish will put them at a great advantage.”

Improving Student Life: “Although I believe my school has grown a great deal in unity, I still notice empty stands all too often at sporting events. I hope to lead the students my senior year at Faith to understand how much fun and how important it is to be part of the support system to their peers.”

Overcoming Peer Pressure: “Whenever I seem to struggle with peer pressure, my mom always reminds me of the time I was in first grade and kids were constantly teasing this one girl just because she wasn’t like the other kids. I came home one day and told my mom how much it upset me and that everyone deserves a friend… so I chose to become her friend.”

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