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Junior Shawn Chansipaeng aided senior Sydney Jarrard at the America Out football game. Photo by Camden Edwards.

What High School Looks Like in Scrubs

Sarah Treusch, News Editor March 28, 2022

Junior Shawn Chansipaeng works at Northside Hospital Forsyth as a Student Intern. He also indulges in his love for healthcare as an Athletic Trainer Student Aid by providing North athletes with stretches...

Senior Daniel Adesina posed with his celebratory cake gifted to him by North’s counseling network. It was marble with strawberries. Photo submitted by Daniel Adesina.

Student Spotlight: Daniel Adesina, Taking on Emory and the BSU

Sarah Treusch, News Editor January 20, 2022

Daniel Adesina is a senior at North, a future Emory student and the founder of the Black Student Union (BSU). With the help of the counselors here at North, especially Kaitlin Mason, Adesina applied...

“The Angel Tree” that everyone could donate to. Photo by Kinley Waltman.

The Amazing Angel Tree

Kinley Waltman, Staff Writer December 14, 2021

“The Angel Tree” is a contribution that North performs every year during the holiday season. During this time, students from various clubs sign up to bring in a gift and donate it to a child in need,...

This is the North Forsyth High School Midterm Schedule. Photo by NFHS.

The Midterm Schedule and What to Expect

Tori Harrill, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

As the end of the first semester draws to a close, midterm and final exams quickly approach. In preparation for these exams, students get ready by trying to time manage by studying for exams that may...

For Thanksgiving and Christmas, clubs have a variety of holiday-based service hour opportunities for their members. Not only that but other organizations within the school have similar activities planned as well. 

Junior Tucker Lea working in the Raider Station. Photo by Sarah Treusch.

Club Service Hour Opportunities: NEHS, NHS, Beta Club & More!

Cynda Allen, Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2021

As the end of the first semester approaches, plenty of clubs are offering service hour opportunities. There are also other school-wide events taking place. National English Honors Society, National Honors...

HOSA Co-President and senior Rodrigo Colon Garcia helped a donor select his post-donation snack to ensure the donor’s safety and wellbeing. Photo by Sarah Treusch.

HOSA Celebrates a Busy October: Blood Drive, Fundraisers and More

Sarah Treusch, News Editor October 26, 2021

With the Red Cross Blood Drive, Sock Donations, World’s Finest Chocolate sales, donating candy to Northside Hospital and a field trip, the North Forsyth HOSA has had its hands full in October....

Is homework REALLY helpful? Students already do work inside of school, why should they do more outside of it? Teachers assign way too much work. Students need time for themselves, their jobs, families, friends, sports, or other extracurricular activities. Photo by iStock.

Is Homework REALLY Helpful?

Kinley Waltman, Staff Writer October 26, 2021

Homework. The word that all students dread to hear. Kids already have school work for seven to eight hours during the day. Who wants to do even more work when they get home? A study by Stanford University showed...

The overload of work may end in a successful grade, but the mental state of the student is forever compromised. Photo Source: Pinterest.

Academic Expectations Have Changed for Students; Is It Too Much?

Tori Harrill, Staff Writer October 25, 2021

Growing up, we all hear stories of how high school is the best time of our lives: the football games, car rides and lifelong friendships. As kids, we were excited about the idea of high school we created...

North has a wide range of sporting events held in October. Photo by: Cynda Allen.

Sports at NFHS for October

Kiera Walker, Staff Writer October 25, 2021

New sporting events at NFHS have been arising since fall started.    The boy's and girl's soccer parent meeting starts at 6:30 in the café on Oct.13. Girl's varsity softball game against...

The court winners as they paraded down the field. Photo credit to Sarah Treusch.

After Over Two Years, Homecoming is Back

Dylan Brons, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

Last week, on Oct. 1, the homecoming court paraded down the Raider Valley during the game's halftime. That Saturday, Oct. 2, there was a dance to celebrate the crowned winners: the queen, senior Tori...

North Forsyth has had an issue with a lack of substitutes from August to late September (Photo By: Cassidee Jackson).

A Substitute Shortage: How North Faculty and Teachers Are Impacted

Cassidee Jackson, Opinion Editor October 11, 2021

Across Forsyth County Schools, there have been a lack of substitutes compared to the amount of absent teachers. Teachers across the district and at North Forsyth have to substitute for each other during...

(HOSA) by: Kerri Graczyk

Clubs: Are They Worth It?

Elizabeth Wood, Features Editor October 3, 2021

High School is stressful. A typical student is balancing seven classes and extracurricular activities like sports and jobs. Trying to balance school and activities can lead to stress. It’s not uncommon...

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