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One of the local fine arts locations of Forsyth County: The FoCAL center.
Photo Credit: Explore Georgia

Fine Arts Deserve Support Too

Abby Shoemake, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

It is no secret that across school systems in America sports programs receive more funding and support than the fine arts programs. Fine arts programs include art, music, theatre and dance, but these programs...

North Forsyth Middle School has been received  multiple threats concerning the safety of staff and students. Two other schools in Forsyth County have also received threats recently.

Local Forsyth Schools Threatened by Young Teenagers

Daphni Torres, Staff Writer February 12, 2019

On Feb. 3, three different schools in Forsyth County have been involved in dangerous circumstances concerning threats from their students. Coincidentally, although these threats were unrelated to each...

Nearly every high school in Forsyth County now has an orchestra program, allowing students to learn how to play stringed instruments such as the violin. The recent trend of creating orchestra programs in schools is a direct result of a grassroots movement, in which people in the community pushed for greater emphasis on strings in addition to other musical instruments.

Grassroots: A Growing Demand for Stringed Instruments in Forsyth County

Emily Stocksdale, Editor-in-Chief December 4, 2018

“Grassroots” is a term used to describe a movement which starts from the ground--with ordinary citizens and people banding together to work toward a common interest--and works its way up until change...

Today’s society is filled with a diverse population, and the world must be equipped for this diversity.

An Open Letter to the “Able-Bodied” World: The ADA and The Importance of Handicap Accessibility in Schools

Morgan Champion, Poetry Editor January 24, 2017

Dear “Able-Bodied” World, According to the world bank, 15% of our population experiences some form of disability, and while this does not seem like much compared to the whopping seven billion humans...

GAPPS observed and met North Forsyth High School all day. Every professional in the school was observed including teachers, coaches, and administrators.

GAPPS Arrives at NFHS

Austin McIntosh, Staff Writer February 5, 2015

Georgia Assessment of Performance on School Standards (GAPPS) came to North Forsyth High School on Thursday January 29th. GAPPS organization evaluated the facilities of North Forsyth High School and the...

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