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Fun in the Sun

Fun in the Sun

Cody Brown, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Time, to this day we still have a hard time understanding it. It’s something so valuable, and so easy to lose. Time is precious, Time is life. That’s nice and all but with summer around the corner there are a lot of ways you could be using your time. So today, I’ve put together a list of ways to waste...

Be The Change!

Be The Change!

Cody Brown, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Be The Change: The Aftermath Nearing the end of the year, our sophomore students here at FCHS have finally finished their “Be the Change” projects. For the past three months they have worked hard on their research, service projects, and culminating amazing products. I’m proud to say that th...

The Voices of Millennials and Generation Z

The Voices of Millennials and Generation Z

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

In the 1960s, generation Jones and gen X were looked down upon by those from proceeding generations, claiming that they were self consumed and too immature to take on the world. Other generations would express concern for the world in the hands of the baby boomers. Today we see a very similar type of discomfort from some people in older generations towards m...

Put Your Pencils Down

Put Your Pencils Down

Mckenzie See-Holbrook, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018


Filed under Student Life

As testing season approaches students all over the country are spending their time studying for hours on end to make sure they pass their final exams, AP exams, and every last minute test they must take before the school year is over. With the amount of pressure being increased on students to pass t...

After the Bell

After the Bell

Harding, Hogan, Brown, Corwin, Hollenbeck, See-Holbrooke, Noto and Wallace, Staff

April 9, 2018


Filed under Student Life

This is a compilation of photographs taken by Central Scene writers. Each photo reveals a different perspective on how students view FCHS.  

Flow God Follow Up

Flow God Follow Up

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018


Filed under Student Life

March 8th, 2018, Michael Gutierrez fulfilled his spoken destiny, taking a razor to the curls he had grown and maintained for millennia. Falling like dying leaves on an autumn tree, pooling around the roots of his ankles to be raked by the broom of the barber. The tenseness was there, yes, but there was a...

Flow Gods of Forsyth

Flow Gods of Forsyth

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018


Filed under Student Life

   The Pony Tail Tales There’s an underground society at Central, a club not mentioned, tied together by hair ties, dreads, and braids. A commonality amongst few that transcends social barriers and cliques; a community derived from a shared love of obtaining luscious locks. Jacob Shimmons and I h...

The Show of the Season

Brianna Noto and McKenzie See-Holbrooke, Staff Writers

February 1, 2018


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Every year, Forsyth Central DECA and Ms. Martin’s advanced fashion marketing students put on a Prom Fashion Show to help raise money for the school’s DECA chapter. They showcased the trendiest prom dresses and tuxedos for this year’s upcoming prom season. The dresses and tuxes were supplie...

Student Spotlight: Peyton Ashley

Student Spotlight: Peyton Ashley

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Peyton Ashley is a strong-willed and passionate person who gives all of her ability to whatever she’s pursuing. One of her many interests lie in the Thespian Arts, which have been an expressive outlet for her since grade school. “It’s exactly how everyone says it  is; you get the bug, and I got addicted to...

Social Media: Not So Social Afterall

Social Media: Not So Social Afterall

Tori Hollenbeck, Staff Writer

December 11, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

 Social media has taken the sun’s place as the center of our universe. It dictates nearly every move we make. Think about it: Social media is the reason that people are so obsessed with looking flawless in pictures. It is the reason that at the beginning of fall, people get a pumpkin spice latte and t...

Girls Who Code: Closing The Gender Gap In The Computer Science Field

Girls Who Code: Closing The Gender Gap In The Computer Science Field

Maya Hogan, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

 From a young age girls are taught to be perfect, always have straight As, never act “unladylike,” and to leave the recklessness to the boys. It is expected for boys to do, then think after, while girls prove to be quite the opposite;the ways both boys and girls are supposed to act are directed f...

A Night of One Acts

A Night of One Acts

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under Student Life

   In mid-October, A Night of One Acts was performed at Central’s Performing Arts Center. Two outstanding plays about love and its complications were performed: Children of a Lesser God and Steel Magnolias. Children of a Lesser God highlights the struggle of the relationship between a heari...

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