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Juan Garcia posing for a picture in his military uniform (Photo by Juan Garcia).

Welcoming Juan Garcia to the Spanish World at NFHS

Preston Anderson, Staff Writer October 30, 2022

North Forsyth High School has a new addition to its World Language staff. Juan Garcia is the newest Spanish teacher and was recently a substitute just last year. “I loved getting to know the kids more,”...

NFHS math teacher Benita Burruss and her husband enjoyed their meal on Valentines Day. Photo by Benita Burruss.

Valentine’s for the House of Waffles

Dylan Brons, Staff Writer February 27, 2022

February is the month of Valentine's: of love and romance. Several businesses and restaurants chose to celebrate Valentine's Day with their own specialties. One was Waffle House, as favored by North math...

Martin shares her plans for drama this school year.
Photo by: Kinley Waltman.

A “Clue” About Ms. Martin

Kinley Waltman, Staff Writer September 17, 2021

With the opening of East Forsyth, many new teachers, including Colleen Martin, were hired for the 2021-2022 school year. Martin has many plans for drama this year. One thing Martin has planned for this...

The lacrosse season is inching closer and everyone is excited.

Starting up Lacrosse Season

Kayla Salemi, Opinion Editor February 17, 2016

A myriad of sports have recently kicked off their seasons and among the lot, lacrosse. North Forsyth High School’s lacrosse department is pumped for the new year. In addition to the many freshmen that...

Junior Katie Schumacher has been swimming since before she was eight years old so being in school, up on the dry land, is like being a fish fresh out of water.

Swim Team Spotlight: Katie Schumacher

Diana Rodgers, Web Editor October 6, 2015

Our North Forsyth High School’s Swim Team has many exceptional members in its ranks, and among them is Katie Schumacher, an 11th grader, who is actively part of the swim team along with several other...

Mr. Cheney is always at work, whether he is out and about or at his desk. The amount of effort our new principal puts into his work is massive and truly exceptional.

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...

On the meaning of life, Mrs. Winkler says:  Life is about living each day, it’s about impacting others. I try to live off of that quote I have on the wall: ‘May your dreams be bigger than fears, and your actions greater than words.’

Meeting Mrs. Winkler

Rachel (Rae) Lee, Staff Writer September 14, 2015

This past week, I was able to sit down with one of our Assistant Principals, Mrs. Winkler, and speak with her about herself and her past. This interview was simply a way for the student body to meet North...

Adriana Boyanton enjoys a walk through Atlanta.

Senior Spotlight

Noah Smith, Staff Writer September 4, 2015

Senior year can be terrifying to some enticing to others. Who are we kidding, senior year is a bittersweet end to a relatively small chunk of life. I, a sophomore, still have half of that chunk left before...

“I just want everyone to know that my door is open for students and faculty if they need anything. I am here for everyone’s benefit.

Introducing New Assistant Principal, Ms. Oliver

Tiffany Lovell, Staff Writer August 31, 2015

With many new attributes introduced at NFHS so comes our new assistant principal, Ms. Oliver. After being interviewed, she expressed her life story and voiced how excited she is about this upcoming year...

NFHS Senior, Justin Ebert, sits proudly next to a poster for the prom he “took no part in planning.”

An Interview on Prom with the Most Unqualified Person Imaginable

Rayne Crivelli, Staff Writer April 28, 2015

This past week, I was lucky enough to sit down with senior Justin Ebert for an interview about prom. As we all know, Ebert was North’s Junior Class President last year, meaning he was the head of prom...

Perri Rabbit, grade 12, is an outstanding figure in the community and participates in many school projects along with projects at her church to help improve her surroundings.

One on One with Perri Rabbit

Diana Rodgers, Staff writer March 6, 2015

When one looks around a workplace, most people would see are dreary faces doing the bare minimum they need to for the paycheck or the grade that they need to get by. One does not normally see a smiling...

Jane Poe, second from the right, will always remember her days as a young woman at Girl Scout camp. “Associating with girls that shared my interests and also brought different opinions and talents to share during our meetings was so wonderful for me at that age,” Poe says. Camaraderie is just one of the skills she learned as a Girl Scout, and she still puts it to use daily.

Scouting Out Success

Natalie Wilson, Features Editor October 23, 2014

Reining the top of the charts of organizations for girls for over 102 years, Girl Scouts has led many young women in directions that would not have been possible without the sense of leadership, responsibility,...

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