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East Forsyth High School Confirmed to Open 2021

East Forsyth High School Confirmed to Open 2021

Daphni Torres, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

There are approximately 46 thousand students enrolled in Forsyth County schools, and because so many students are overcrowding high schools, there has been plans to introducing a new school. This new school is due to be opened in Forsyth County in approximately three years  and will be named East F...

Attention Seniors! What You Need to Bring to College, Other Than Yourself

Attention Seniors! What You Need to Bring to College, Other Than Yourself

Quillen McKinney, Staff Writer

January 26, 2019

As the second semester of school begins, there is one thing on everyone’s mind: summer. For freshmen, summer means suntanning and sleepovers; for sophomores driving lessons and increased freedom. For juniors summer is spent getting excited for senior year, and for seniors it means preparing for college....

“Oh, The Places You’ll Go” – College Visits, Yes or No?

“Oh, The Places You’ll Go” – College Visits, Yes or No?

Bella Angell, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2018

The children’s book “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seuss is a popular gift to those who are graduating from high school. It talks about many different opportunities for a person’s future. After graduating high school, a young adult can begin a career, obtain technical training or head to c...

Coaching for a Change: Andy Martin

Coaching for a Change: Andy Martin

Cynda Allen, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018

Coach Andy Martin is a new staff member to North Forsyth High School and we welcome him with open arms! This is his first year coaching for North High in his 18 years of teaching. He previously taught at Forsyth Central High School and North Forsyth Middle School. When asked what made him want to lea...

Mock Interviews at NFHS Give Students Real Life Skills

Mock Interviews at NFHS Give Students Real Life Skills

Bella Angell, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017

You may have noticed that the Media Center was closed March 14, 15 and 16. You may have also noticed that there were many well-dressed visitors coming and going, as well as North students dressed like business professionals. The reason for this was the Career Technical Agriculture Education (CTAE) Mo...

“Forty-Five: Fifteen”

“Forty-Five: Fifteen”

Natalie Wilson, Co-Editor

December 19, 2016

The generators above whirred into silence. Dark settled around the city, enveloping every life in a shivering cold. Rain slit through the air. It stole the breath from the children, and wood burned to fight its wicked sting. Clatters of windows being pulled shut filled the street, and the street after...

$1.5 Billion Powerball Jackpot: What Would You Have Done?

$1.5 Billion Powerball Jackpot: What Would You Have Done?

JoAnn Ahn, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

      After the well anticipated broadcast of the $1.5 billion Powerball Jackpot’s winning numbers on January 13th, millions of people across the country returned to their regular lives as their fantasies were put on hold.  Before the announcement, everyone had the same u...

The Capacity of The Present

The Capacity of The Present

Julie Day, Staff Writer

January 14, 2016

We view the future as a wide open landscape riddled with opportunity, and it is exactly that ideal which disables us from being truly happy: the assumption that the future holds something greater than the present, and we just have to wait for it. The future, despite popular belief, is dependent on...

Building the Future: The World Architecture Fair

Building the Future: The World Architecture Fair

Bim Peacock, Literature Editor

January 8, 2016

Naturally, when one thinks of the future, they imagine flying cars, neon skyscrapers, and best of all, coliseums full of teenagers killing one another.  While this dream is a fantastical one, the reality of human creation is potentially even more interesting.  Architects recently have focused on designing...

One-on-One with Mr. Cheney

One-on-One with Mr. Cheney

Jack Kern, Staff Writer

September 17, 2015

I recently conducted an interview with our new principal, Mr. Jeff Cheney, and I can say first-hand that he has a true passion for his job, a job that he fully understands. Mr. Cheney has had plenty of other jobs in the academic field as both a teacher and a principal, so we can rest assured that we...

The Waving Test

The Waving Test

Amanda Lewsader, Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

“Don’t forget your lunch! It’s on table!” yelled my mom. Does she not know exactly how many tables there are in here? We practically live in a futuristic manufacturing factory that constructs high-tech everything and will grab, stab, or clean anything. Both my parents are engineers so they...

I Am Only a Kid, You Know?

I Am Only a Kid, You Know?

Tara Bailey, Features Editor

May 13, 2014

Let me tell you that although I plan to go to college in the fall to prepare for my future career, there is something that you should know: I have no clue what I want to do. I should know by now—I am eighteen years old. This is the part where being eighteen years old really bites us in the butt: everyone...

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