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North Forsyth Marching Band and Color Guard’s Performance of “Queen.”

After the first night of their performance, Coach Mels saw a perfect opportunity to take a group photo. 
Photo by: Gabby Mels

Jen Vincent, Literature Editor

September 30, 2020

The North Forsyth football season is starting up again with halftime performances from North’s marching band.  The North Forsyth High School’s marching band and color guard is rehearsing for this year's performance,which is going to be a variation of Queen songs.This year’s performance is very...

North Forsyth’s Advanced Drama Performed Dearly Departed

The photo depicts Ray-Bud and Lucille talking about the upcoming funeral.
Photo By: Imogene Ragan

Imogene Ragan, Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Dearly Departed was performed by the Advanced Drama class at the Performing Arts Center on Dec. 23, 24, and 25 from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. The show is set in the backwoods of South, starring a typical Southern family.  In the play, an old man passed away which caused more family problems than there...

PAC Renovations Leave Drama Department in Awe

PAC Renovations Leave Drama Department in Awe

Mayah Talbot, Staff Writer

September 26, 2019

North Forsyth High School’s Performing Arts Center was recently renovated this past summer. NFHS PAC center was built in 1997 and has never been renovated in its 22 years of being occupied until now. All lighting, sound system, and set-up have been outdated for over twenty years, and now has been ...

North Forsyth High School Winter Guard Performs for Friends and Family

Used with permission by David Torrento

Kristin Iler, Staff Writer

March 27, 2015

On March 20, 2015 the North Forsyth High School winter guard performed a show for their “friends and family”. The show was extravagant. The Winter Guard will be competing at the SAPA: Scholastic Regional A Championships for the Winter Guard at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga.

Troupe 5368 Takes on Thescon

(From left to right) Sophomore Ryan Vander Linde, senior Shirley Arnold, junior Abi Stocksdale, and senior Savanna Grant control two skeleton props in a comic scene of the one act production of “The Passage” as performed on the CSU Mainstage February 6th at Thescon. Due to a dedicated cast and crew, “The Passage” was a great success.

Hannah Manikowski, Editorials Editor

March 9, 2015

Drama students of NFHS Thespian Troupe #5368 were highly visible and recognized at this year’s State Thespian Conference, held February 5-7 at Columbus State University in Columbus, GA.  For one weekend a year, this conference provides over 4,000 high school drama students from across Georgia with...

UGA Marching Band Performs for Forsyth

UGA Marching Band Performs for Forsyth

Bim Peacock, Photo Editor

November 20, 2014

The University of Georgia Redcoat Marching Band recently came to Forsyth County to perform. The event “Forsyth County Marching Band Exhibition” occurred on October 7 at West Forsyth High School.  The UGA Band presented a variety of routines throughout the duration of the event. Among the performan...

NFHS Indoor Drumline, SAPA Champions

After all of their hard work, these committed students definitely deserved their awards.  Congratulations to our Indoor Drumline on bringing home the gold!

Caroline Duckworth, Short Story Editor

April 21, 2014

On Saturday, March 29th, the NFHS Indoor Drumline travelled to Chattanooga, Tennessee for their final competition at the SAPA Championships.  They won 1st Place, finishing as the Scholastic A Class Champion, and were also given the Most Improved Percussion Award for the 2014 season. The group killed it, just...

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra: From Humble Beginnings

The TSO family performs both on stage and in the audience to provide the ultimate entertainment experience

Sydney Gage, Staff Writer

January 24, 2014

The world as we know it today possesses over one thousand genres of music and is home to millions of musically inclined artists including composers, songwriters, and producers.  What if there was just one person among this vast musical population that offered the perfect amalgamation of voice and instrument? ...

Cage the Elephant and MUSE Concert Review

The logo on the front is composed of an artistic design and the bands full name across the top. Looking closer at the jumble of drawings, you can begin to make out shapes such as eyes and even two faces. Can you see them both?

Jessica Prouty, Staff Writer

October 25, 2013

Walking into the Gwinnet arena on September 4th , I had no clue what to expect. It was just another Wednesday, and, at the time of entrance, just another concert. Nothing looked nearly as spectacular as expected. In fact, everything was quite unentertaining. The stage crew was setting up, placing an...

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