• December 1FCHS is hosting their Winter Festival on December 7th at 6:00 PM.

  • November 13The Central Scene is still collecting gently used winter clothing in the blue boxes around the school.

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...

One More Page, One More Sip: Does Caffeine Help Students Study?

One More Page, One More Sip: Does Caffeine Help Students Study?

Emily Corwin, Editor in Chief

November 16, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

You have two tests, an essay, and a project due tomorrow.  If you’re like any normal student, you probably put off all studying until the last minute, and are now staying up until the late hours of the night cramming.  What could possibly keep you working this late like the large coffee with two ...

Tattoos and Piercings: Do They Belong in the Workplace in 2017?

Tattoos and Piercings: Do They Belong in the Workplace in 2017?

Brianna Noto, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Imagine yourself getting a tattoo that means a lot to you, one that you’ve waited a long time for, or a piercing that you have always thought looked cool. Sounds exciting, right? Now imagine yourself getting a phone call or an email from a company you interviewed for, and they explain that part of t...

The Bigger They Are: Does Class Size Really Matter?

The Bigger They Are: Does Class Size Really Matter?

Cody Brown, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

As of 2017, Forsyth Central has over 1,941 Student’s on campus. That’s almost 2,000 students this year alone. With this many students, surely you’re starting to feel a little cramped? The current argument in schools today is all about size. On one side, people believe that the number of stud...

A Fighter for Feminism: Jardin Friedl

A Fighter for Feminism: Jardin Friedl

McKenzie See-Holbrook, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Jardin Friedl Age- 15 Year- Sophomore Derogatory remarks are made everyday to women around the world and its seems like these comments are starting to be made by younger students to their peers. Jardin Friedl was a victim of one of these comments made by a fellow peer. One day in her chemist...

Halloween Contest Fun!

Halloween Contest Fun!

November 2, 2017


Filed under Student Life

 Forsyth Central’s first annual Halloween costume contest was a huge success. Students in all grades came out dressed in costume and stood before a panel of judges that included: Mrs. Parisi, Coach Walker, Mr. Hanline, Mrs. Hanline,  Coach Jackson, Mrs. Brumbelow, and Mrs. Haslett. All of the st...

Student Spotlight: Katie Ruiz

Student Spotlight: Katie Ruiz

Emily Corwin, Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Student Life

 Grade Level: 12 Age: 17 School Activities: Soccer, NSHS, NHS, Beta Club, Chamber Singers   Katie Ruiz is no stranger to Forsyth Central’s stressful academic environment; as the Secretary of NSHS, a member of NHS and Beta Club, a singer in the choir and a member of the Varsity soccer team, she ha...

2017’s Most Popular Costumes

2017’s Most Popular Costumes

McKenzie See-Holbrook, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under A&E, Student Life

  Halloween is peeking its frightening head  around the corner and people of all ages are still running around trying to find the trendiest, scariest, funniest, and best Halloween costumes for the year 2017. With all the different movies and trends that came out this year, there’s bound to be s...

Student Spotlight: Kathryn Terrell

Student Spotlight: Kathryn Terrell

Brianna Noto, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Kathryn Terrell Nickname: Kat Age: 17 Year: Senior Positivity, faith, and wisdom, that’s what comes to mind when I think of Kathryn Terrell. She’s strong in her faith, positive and overall a very strong person.  I got the privilege of interviewing her exclusively for the Central Scen...

Student Spotlight: Bryan Anthony Walker

Student Spotlight: Bryan Anthony Walker

Maya Hogan, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Bryan Anthony Walker 16 Sophomore Bryan Anthony Walker is one of our very own Forsyth Central Bulldogs who has made the accomplishment of publishing his first book, Year One. The story occurs when America is devastated, with less than two percent of the population remaining after a  catast...

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