Senior Class Elections

Senior Class Elections

McKenzie See-Holbrook, Staff Writer
August 15, 2017
Filed under Student Life

 As Senior Class President elections approach, many students have a difficult time choosing which student deserves the task of being in charge of the many school activities for the graduating class. At Forsyth Central two of this year’s candidates, Kealy Ford and Perry Ender, sat down and spoke to m...

Picture-perfect promposals

Picture-perfect promposals

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief
April 14, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Prom season is upon us with the girls dashing for dresses and expecting the guys to ask them with the grandest of gestures. The “Promposal” is a relatively new tradition that only emerged in the early 2000s. It evolved from flower petals leading from their dates’ houses to the schools and annou...

Update on all things Central

Update on all things Central

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief
March 20, 2017
Filed under Sports, Student Life

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 over Gainesville. The team has two road games this...

Central’s Miracle

Central’s Miracle

Erin Tozier, Staff Writer
March 9, 2017
Filed under Student Life

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 of Atlanta. For the first time in the history of...

After the Bell

After the Bell

March 1, 2017
Filed under Student Life

"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 of The Central Scene. Enjoy, and feel free t...

The Art of Emma Roberts

The Art of Emma Roberts

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer
February 7, 2017
Filed under Student Life

  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 around as a child does. When caught, it wraps and...

This week’s update!

This week’s update!

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief
January 30, 2017
Filed under Sports, Student Life

Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud

Matthew Hanley, Chief Editor
January 30, 2017
Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

 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 demonstrate their ability to recite poetry in front a live a...

Kevin Whitley Takes the Stage

Kevin Whitley Takes the Stage

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief
January 24, 2017
Filed under Student Life

In the past few years, Central’s Drama Department has had a precarious relationship with teachers. This year’s current seniors will have had four different drama teachers by the time they graduate. Mr. Pingle left Central in 2014, bringing in Ms. Quigley as the new teacher who stayed for two...

The Art of Mckenna Butler

The Art of Mckenna Butler

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer
January 18, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Mckenna Butler is a girl with burning passion that noticeably flows through her fingertips and into her paintings and drawings. Taking inspiration from the physicality and personality of her friends, family, and even herself; one often can see pieces of other people surface in her works. Like in the...

Samaritan Spotlight: Give The Gift of Giving

Samaritan Spotlight: Give The Gift of Giving

Shauna Benning, Staff Writer
December 9, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

As we go about our journey of life, we tend to forget about other people and their struggles. We overlook the everyday necessities that would be a luxury for some, like clean drinking water, food, or education. Yes, we need to be more aware, but just realizing the problem does not create a solution....

Surviving the College Application Process

Surviving the College Application Process

Erin Tozier, Editor in Chief
November 17, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Fall is in full swing, meaning the temperatures are dropping, leaves are crunching, and colleges are beginning to receive applications from the upcoming class of 2017. As seniors made the most of their last football season at Central and enjoyed the Halloween festivities with friends, feelings of fear...

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