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Student Spotlight: Robby Campfield

Student Spotlight: Robby Campfield

January 30, 2019


Filed under Student Life

Let me ask you a question. How often do you come across a kid gymnast who has already reached the highest recognition for their age? Many would answer saying they haven’t. Now I don’t want you to start picturing the next Simone Biles or Gabby Douglas; we aren’t quite at the Olympic level quite yet....

The Central Scene Extends its Reach

The Central Scene Extends its Reach

January 30, 2019


Filed under Student Life

Seven of our staff writers for the Central Scene have been featured in the Forsyth County News online and in print. In the future, look for more articles written by our staff writers in the Hometown News section.   https://www.forsythnews.com/local/education/look-poverty-issues-forsyth-county/ Written by: McKenzie See-Holbrook, Brianna Noto, and Logan Wallace   https://www.forsythne...

Midterm Schedule/ EOC Schedule

Midterm Schedule/ EOC Schedule

December 12, 2018


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December 12- 13 - Winter Milestones EOC Administrations December 13 - Last Day for Semester 1 Summatives December 17 - Winter Milestones EOC Make-Ups December 17 - 7th Period Exam December 18 - 1st & 5th Period Exams December 19 - 2nd & 4th Period Exams December 20 - 3rd &...

Student Spotlight: Charlie Baum

Student Spotlight: Charlie Baum

Logan Wallace, Staff Writer

November 13, 2018


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Charlie Baum, 17 year old senior, defies gender roles and restrictions. Charlie is recognized at Forsyth Central by his detailed makeup looks. Charlie is a sight to behold and an inspiration to fellow students who struggle with expressing themselves. How do you identify? “I identify as Charl...

An Inside Look at Applying to College

An Inside Look at Applying to College

Brianna Noto, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018


Filed under Student Life

 Senior year is described as your best, and most importantly, the most stress free year of high school. Students typically take easier classes; some students even have shorter school days, and seniors have many events to close out their last year in high school. No one really talks about the stressfu...

The Elm takes Root

The Elm takes Root

October 15, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

FCHS' literary magazine The Elm is officially available for perusal. Please enjoy the beautiful artwork created by the talented students of Forsyth Central High School. http://http://joom.ag/KaYa

Central’s Takedown of North Forsyth

Central’s Takedown of North Forsyth

Emma Harding, Editor

October 12, 2018


Filed under Sports, Student Life

This past Friday night, history was made by the Varsity Football Bulldogs as they broke the 11 year streak of losses when they took down the Raiders of North Forsyth. In the first half of the game, North took the lead on their home turf as they were up 13-3 but it wasn’t long until Central bega...

Homecoming: What to Expect

Homecoming: What to Expect

Emma Harding, Editor

October 10, 2018


Filed under Student Life

It’s official. Homecoming week has kicked off and is in full gear. All throughout this week, you, a FCHS student, will be showcasing your school spirit. Whether through dressing up each day this week or attending the Varsity Football HOCO game against West Forsyth Friday night, there are chances to sho...

Halloween Costume Contest

Halloween Costume Contest

Cody Brown, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Hey, do you like Halloween? Do you like wearing costumes on Halloween? Want to win prizes just for wearing a costume? Of course you do! That’s why you should come to Forsyth Central’s 2nd Annual Halloween costume contest! Come join us this Halloween in the cafeteria from 7:45-8:15. Students will...

A Look into FCHS’s Fall Sports

A Look into FCHS’s Fall Sports

Emma Harding, Editor

October 2, 2018


Filed under Sports, Student Life

While being back in the routine of chiming bells and having hours of homework may sound like the the worst way to spend the fall season to some students, for the student athletes of Forsyth Central high school it’s a time to show what they’ve got. The south has been quite notable for its lo...

The Foxhole: A History

The Foxhole: A History

Pierce Garramone, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018


Filed under Student Life

In their freshman year of 2016-2017, a group of boys took it upon themselves to explore a system of abandoned underground locker rooms and restrooms and winded up furnishing and styling what was known as the “Foxhole”.   Many years ago, before this abandoned landmark became the Foxhol...

Why Is Funding For The Arts Important

Why Is Funding For The Arts Important

Sarina Starling, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018


Filed under A&E, Student Life

In the past year alone, 132 counties in Georgia have been awarded with multiple Partner Grants for the arts that spanned over $1 million in funding, including but not limited to, dance, theatre, creative writing, and visual arts. 46% of these grants were awarded to Fulton, a neighboring county of Fo...

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