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What I was wearing for my first day of Kindergarten!

A Radierrific Memory

Maddie Lewis, News Editor April 18, 2024

The time is here. The day I’ve been waiting for since elementary school is next month. I won't lie and say I’m not scared because I am, but I think some jitters are ecstatic. I’ll be closing a chapter...

Georgia Southern campus. Photo from Wikicommons

Moving On

Josh Dixon, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

I'm leaving my home for a brand new start With college dreams that fill my heart I pack my bags and say goodbye To friends and family with a sigh   The road ahead is long and winding, But...

The Pharaoh’s Conclave presenting their piece of the panel. (Photo By: Mikayla Matthews)

SIEGE Con: Inspiring the Future Generation

Emma Simmons, News/Sports Editor October 25, 2021

FBLA and the Esports team went to a tech-based college fair at Kennesaw State University in Atlanta for a field trip on Thursday, Oct. 14 during school. It was called SIEGE Con, which stands for Southern...

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...

Coach Tyler Martin introduces the crowd to Alex Gonzalez at the North Forsyth High school signing ceremony (Photo By: Peyton Stenander).

Senior Alex Gonzalez Signs With University of Iowa for Swim

Peyton Stenander, Staff writer February 26, 2020

Senior Alex Gonzalez, a varsity swimmer, recently signed with the University of Iowa to continue his swimming career. Alex has been swimming competitively since he was six years old.  He has been a part...

North’s athletes ready to sign to their respective colleges. Photo by Jess Dillon.

Sending Off The Student Athletes to College

Jess Dillon, Staff Writer November 22, 2019

National Sports Signing Day is a huge day for student athletes and for their  parents as well. This event took place in the PAC at 10:30 a.m on Wednesday the thirteenth. There were  lots of smiles and...

Photo Caption: Senior Anes Ribic applies to his dream school, Harvard. He has no worries at all about getting in. Photo by Abby Marks.

Senior Year is Easy-Breezy

Abby Marks, Editor-In-Chief November 22, 2019

Senior year: the moment everyone eagerly anticipates from the moment they first walk through the doors of North Forsyth for their freshman year. Special celebrations, senior nights and many lasts lay ahead,...

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a government form that helps students go to college for free. Filling out the form is easy and only requires a few steps.

Seniors- Everything you Need to Know about FAFSA

Daphni Torres, News Editor November 19, 2019

FAFSA, or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, has been opened to students to fill out since Oct. 1 available to until June 30. FAFSA is a government-provided form available to fill out for free...

The ACT, a standardized tests consisting of questions related to english, mathematics, reading, and science, top scores in large school districts in Georgia were Forsyth County.

Forsyth County Scores the Highest ACT Scores for the Fifth Year in a Row

Daphni Torres, News Editor November 19, 2019

For the fifth year in a row, Forsyth County high schools have maintained their reputation for the highest ACT scores in large school districts in Georgia with an average score of 24.5. Forsyth’s 5 high...

Augusta University,
top, $23,156 USD per semester. Gwinnett Technical College, bottom, $12,335 USD for four years.

Is College Really Worth the Time and Money?

Imogene Ragan, Staff Writer November 11, 2019

College is not a requirement in life, and while that may sound obvious, many people feel that they need to waste their time getting a degree that decides their path in life. Getting a job that does not...

North partnered up with The College Family Plan for this special event on the night of September 10.

College Preparation at North: College Fair and College Night

Cassidee Jackson, Features Editor September 20, 2019

Whether you’re applying to college now or later, opportunities for students at North to learn about college preparation are only expanding. College Fair, on Sept. 9, and College Night, on Sept. 10,...

Business degrees are currently the most sought after job in America currently, taking about 39% of the demand.

How To Choose Your College Major

Marvin Cruz, Staff Writer May 7, 2019

If you intend to earn a professional degree after High School, you will probably need certain courses or prerequisites Some colleges ask you to list your expected major on your college application--although...

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