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Junior Carena Ravenal during her most recent trip to Ghana in 2020. Photo by: Carena Ravenal (Instagram).

Carena Ravenal’s Trip to Remember

Emma Kimball, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

If you were allowed to change a child's life for the better, would you? Junior Carena Ravenal hopes to do just that by pairing with an organization known as CORM, which stands for City of Refuge Ministries....

Senior Elizabeth Brady with two of her many AP Art pieces. Photo by: Cynda Allen.

Elizabeth Brady: Tattooing as a Profession

Cynda Allen, Opinion/Features Editor March 22, 2021

North Forsyth High School offers many different electives and pathways. These help students find their passion and use it to figure out what they want to do once they graduate. The visual arts pathway...

The NFHS percussion group went to Dayton, Ohio on April 9 for the WGI Percussion World Championships. They are dressed in Hawaiian attire to support their theme, “A Taste of Summer.” (Picture is from Andrea Escobar.)

NFHS’ Drumline Travels to Ohio for World Finals

Cynda Allen, Staff Writer April 29, 2019

On April 9, 2019, North Forsyth High School’s Drumline traveled to Dayton, Ohio, for the WGI Percussion World Championships. They left the high school at 3 p.m. that afternoon to embark on an eight-hour...

 Kylie Palak, a junior at North Forsyth High School, recently signed the national anthem at the Atlanta United soccer game. “Once you find a passion that makes you smile this hard, stick with it,” she says.

Kylie Palak: ASL as a Passion

Abby Marks, Features Editor October 25, 2018

North Forsyth High School’s halls are littered with students who hold unique talents and abilities. From musicians and theater lovers to academic geniuses and foreign language experts, there are many...

“Everyone likes different flavors, some like it salty, some like it spicy. I like mine doused in humor.”

A Close Up of One of Journalism’s Own: Snodgrass Edition

JoAnn Ahn, News Editor February 1, 2017

It was seemingly another simple Tuesday on April 25, 2000; the weather was “not too hot, not too cold- all you needed was a light jacket.” –Miss Congeniality. As the light breeze picked up, a new,...

The exasperated groaning sounds were reportedly heard as far away as the 200 hallway. “I heard the students’ cries while in biology,” said Sophia Pereira, a freshman who was in the 200 hallway during the AP Human Geography class incident. “That must be a good fifty yards between the bio class and the pods, right? And there are the brick walls, too. The AP Human students must have been very irritated.”

Freshman Causes Widespread Despair with Geographic Cluelessness

Jack Scott, Staff Writer October 14, 2016

In a stunning display of ignorance, Jay Marois, a freshman in AP Human Geography class, pointed at the small northern European country of Denmark on Friday when asked to locate China on a map. “I just...

Pictured above is NFHS sophomore Savannah Keith, who has recently won two awards for her poetry at both a regional and national level. Savannah plans on “becoming an author in the future and making my voice heard.”

NFHS Sophomore Savannah Keith Wins National Award

JoAnn Ahn, Staff Writer March 27, 2015

Sophomore Savannah Keith has been recognized for a regional and national award for Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program began in 1923 and recognizes the...

Senior Tessa Carley and University of North Georgia student Katie Pruitt shined the light on global poverty as they enjoyed a brisk October night at the annual Cumming Fair. At the fair, the members sell home-made t-shirts for $15 and provide different incentives for each dollar donated. They also strum melodies on a guitar to draw attention to the booth and give those walking by enjoyable music to listen, providing a pleasant contrast to the loud screams echoing from the rides in the distance.

Faith in Simple Charity

Erin Dickman October 10, 2014

Simple Charity began with a dream for a solution. Senior Brian Grasso, the founder of Simple Charity, saw the potential in North Forsyth to raise $100,000 before the end of the school year for the poverty-stricken...

The Bliss of Freedom.

Experiencing Freedom

Rayanne Griffith, Staff Writer April 14, 2014

Fireworks bursting in the night sky Graduation caps soaring in the warm air Relief and bliss tenses in everyone’s vibe Oh, how great it is to finally taste freedom.   Packing boxes,...

This picture displays a student wearing North’s Forsyth’s most common dress code violations.

What Not to Wear

Reilly Deckard, Staff Editor April 7, 2014

North Forsyth has two major rule infractions committed by students: tardies and dress code. 83% of surveyed staff members at North Forsyth dress code a student at least one to three times a day. Giving...

Gwen’s stupid mutt locked inside a small cage. This stupid mutt has caused Ryder a lot of trouble.

Ryder’s Discovery

Beattie Hoyle, Staff Writer March 24, 2014

“Be still, you stupid mutt,” Ryder begged. With a squirmy puppy in tow, Ryder sprinted across the street and headed towards Fifth Avenue. Glancing down at his silver Rolex, he let out an exasperated...

A North Forsyth wrestler fights hard to outsmart their competing wrestler.

Fighting for a Victory

Jack Fleming, Staff Writer February 26, 2014

The North Forsyth High School wrestling team now walks through the school with their heads held high as they bring home a victory from their recent Regional Competition. Placing Top 4 Regional Medalist...

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