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The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds flying over Roswell, GA. Bystanders stood and stared up at the sky watching the planes overhead.
US Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds honor healthcare workers
Brantley Jenkins, Columns Editor • May 11, 2020
The US Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds flew over Atlanta to honor healthcare workers fighting against Covid-19.
Keeping everyone informed. As students are completing the school year virtually, teachers and staff are contiously updating them with the newest information. As of now, there are updates regarding grades and tests administered at the end of the year.
Latest updates regarding grades and final exams
Shree Delwadia and Naisha Roy May 7, 2020

As many schools are closed for the rest of the year, schools and educational organizations are adapting to these unique circumstances. Many counties are...

The experience of a lifetime. SFHS HOSA members attended the 20th annual State Leadership Conference at the beginning of March. Many war eagles brought home medals which showcased their talent and hard work.
Towards Tomorrow: HOSA 2020 State Leadership Conference
Shree Delwadia and Minakshi Shivananda March 26, 2020

On March 5th,  over 70 South Forsyth High School HOSA members attended the 20th Annual HOSA State Leadership Conference. With 20 years in the making,...

Great resources. Mrs. Mallamace is the head of the College and Career Center at South Forsyth. She has been working at South for many years and has a passion for helping students. This year, through the CCC, she hopes to help juniors and seniors understand what colleges look for and what they have to offer for their student population
South's improved College and Career Center aims to help students with college worries
Kayleigh Emberton, Senior Editor • October 1, 2020

A new school year brings about a new class of seniors. The class of 2021 runs into many problems that students haven't encountered before. Trying to apply...

A different school year. As students start the school year, there are many rules and guidlines set in place to protect the students and faculty. While this school year may look different, these guidlines are important to ensure that the students and teachers have a successful year on the SFHS campus.
Stop the Spread - A Guide for Students, by Students
Shree Delwadia and Naisha Roy September 14, 2020

As students embark upon the 2020-2021 school year, they face a year that is far from their normal routine. As they walk in the hallways, each student is...

Fighting Covid in the Classroom. While it is not a requirement for students to wear masks at South Forsyth, many students prefer to wear masks to protect themselves and others from exposure. While was different experience going to school last year when compared to this year, many students are thankful for the opportunity to attend face to face school for the 2020-2021 year.
Restart Forsyth helps the start to in-person school
Grace Drawdy, Editor-in-Chief • August 29, 2020

 As summer came to a close this year, county and school officials faced a crucial decision: in-person school or virtual learning. With the pandemic reaching...

Nine innings. The game is nicknamed America
Atlanta Braves have the talent for third straight NL East pennant
Kayleigh Emberton, Sports Editor • May 13, 2020

Baseball is America’s pastime. It is a game that dates back hundreds of years, but never ceases to amaze Americans. This season, however, has provided a serious learning curve...

Divided we fall. The nation is probably seeing the greatest political divide yet going into the 2020 election. This is making teens more scared than ever to make their voice heard.
Destigmatizing Politics: Why we won't speak up
Naisha Roy, Copy Editor • September 14, 2020

I’m a 16-year-old immigrant girl without citizenship and no way of voting anytime soon; yet with the elections drawing closer, I’m terrified to discuss my political views in public. Almost every discussion...

Staff Profile
Lucy Moon
Lucy Moon
Staff Writer

Lucy Moon is a senior at South Forsyth High School joining journalism for her first year as a staff writer. Along with writing, teaching her after-school students is one of her passions. They always enliven...

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