• Update on all things Central

    Update on all things Central

    Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief

    March 20, 2017

    Last week was an exciting one for Central, and this week is no different. Girls Lacrosse played three games last week. After dropping games to tough competition, Lambert and Chattahoochee, the Girls were triumphant Friday night at home with a 16-1 win...

  • Central’s Miracle

    Central’s Miracle

    Erin Tozier, Staff Writer

    March 9, 2017

    On a Friday night in February, Central’s cafeteria was filled with over 200 high school, middle school, and college students and their families, ready to dance the night away to raise money for kids currently being treated at the Children’s Hospital...

  • After the Bell

    After the Bell

    March 1, 2017

    "After the Bell" is a student-generated compilation of photographs taken of FCHS. Journalists took pictures that they felt best communicated their perspective of the school on that particular day. We will seek to make such collections a regular feature...

  • The Art of Emma Roberts

    The Art of Emma Roberts

    Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer

    February 7, 2017

      Black and white film photography is no walk in the park, but its rewarding results can be breathtaking. With smooth transitions between black and white, filling in the gaps with values and shades of gray, light is alive and playful, running a...

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  • This week’s update!

    This week’s update!

    Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief

    January 30, 2017

  • Poetry Out Loud

    Poetry Out Loud

    Matthew Hanley, Chief Editor

    January 30, 2017

     Students shared their artistic voices with a crowd of their peers on January 25th as Forsyth Central hosted its Poetry Out Loud competition. Hosted by AP Literature teacher Ms. Pope, the competition held twenty student contestants eager to demonstrat...

Update on all things Central

Update on all things Central

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief

Last week was an exciting one for Central, and this week is no different. Girls Lacrosse played three games last week. After dropping games to tough competition, Lambert and Chattahoochee, the Girls were triumphant Friday...

March 20No Comments

Rise Up!

Rise Up!

January 31

The Falcons are now conference champions, ready to battle the Patriots in the Super Bowl 51. This is only the second time in the team’s history, with t...

This week’s update!

This week’s update!

January 30

Updates on Sports!

Updates on Sports!

January 25

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How to BEE a Soccer Player

How to BEE a Soccer Player

Luke Lindsey, Staff Wrietr

A common misconception is that intelligence is based on the size and capacity of the brain, but astonishingly, honeybees are proving us to be beyond incorrect. Honeybees are one of the most enduring species on the planet,...

March 20No Comments

  • Executing an Executioner February 28
  • Global Warming May Disrupt Atlantic Ocean Current January 30
  • The Legacy of Barack Obama January 25
  • Hacking America: The China vs. Russia Question January 23

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Update on all things Central

Update on all things Central

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief

Last week was an exciting one for Central, and this week is no different. Girls Lacrosse played three games last week. After dropping games to tough competition, Lambert and Chattahoochee, the Girls were...

March 20No Comments

  • Central’s Miracle March 9
  • After the Bell March 1
  • The Art of Emma Roberts February 7

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