The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed


Prom royalty. Seniors Emory Hilton and Praneet Venigalla smile bright as they proudly wear their crowns. Both seniors were beyond grateful as it marked a special moment in their high school journey.

A Walk in the Enchanted Forest: SFHS Celebrates Prom 2022

On Friday, April 15th, SFHS students and their dates dressed in long, shimmering dresses and fitted tuxedos walked through lush greens and fairy lights upon entering the ballroom. South students and guests...

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The beauty of colors. Students from South Forsyth High School crowd together as they celebrate the Hindu festival of colors, Holi. Individuals from all over the county came together to rejoice as they created new memories with their friends and familiy.

Bright Colors and Brighter Smiles: Cumming Fairgrounds Celebrates Holi

Shree Delwadia and Saanvi Tatipalli March 25, 2022

Vibrant colors sprinkled the scene and cars packed the parking lot underneath the sun at the Cumming Fairgrounds on March 19th. Students, friends, and families joyfully celebrated at the largest...

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Long-awaited victory. Chapter President Shivani Murugapiran, Vice President Shreya Mishra, and State Officer Abhishek Pasupuleti present the Chapter of the Year cup. The hard work of all members and officers led to remarkable wins.

South Forsyth FBLA Strikes Again at State

Shivani Murugapiran, Staff Writer March 23, 2022

Almost robotically, my feet traverse the length of the stage. I grip my hands tightly, interlacing my clammy fingers with one another. My navy suit suddenly feels scalding against my skin. The booming...

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Bindis and bangles. Seniors crowd together as they take a picture in their beautiful Indian cultural outfit. The seniors above gained the attention of many as they walked the halls in their memorable and elegant outfits.

Around the World in 5 Days: SFHS Celebrates International Cultural Week

Shree Delwadia and Naisha Roy March 11, 2022

Recently, South Forsyth High School held its first annual International Cultural Week (ICW), honoring and celebrating the diversity present within our campus and community. From February 18th to March...

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Senior Spotlight. South Forsyth Senior Pasupuleti wraps up his last few weeks of high school. He reflected upon his time at South, his contributions, and plans for the future.

Senior Spotlight: FBLA’s Abhishek Pasupuleti Means Business

Shivani Murugapiran, Staff Writer March 4, 2022

Abhishek Pasupuleti is the epitome of "Success Starts Here," personifying this year's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) theme. Known for his academic prowess and engagement with FBLA, Pasupuleti...

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Celebrating Success. SFHS Mock Trial students pose for a picture with post-competition excitement. After the competition, the club members were looking forward to and anticipating their results.

SFHS Mock Trial is “Sustained” by 3rd Place Win at District Competition

Saanvi Tatipalli, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

The SFHS Mock Trial team is one of South’s most competitive clubs, where students compete and enact ‘mock’ versions of court cases with materials from the High School Mock Trial Committee. Here’s...

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Winner spotlight. The South Forsyth High School Science Olympiad team crowds together as they celebrate their win at the Regional Tournament. The talented team surpassed all their expectations as they scored above and beyond at this competition, qualifying them for state.

SFHS Science Olympiad Bonds Together at the Regional Tournament

Shree Delwadia, Editor-In-Chief February 25, 2022

On February 19th, the South Forsyth High School Science Olympiad (SciOly) traveled to the University of North Georgia for their Regional Tournament. With over 40 competitors, these members worked...

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Black History. Martin Luther King Jr gives a speech to the Black community in Montgomery. He spoke with important leaders such as John Lewis, and Malcolm X.

Diligent, Daring, and Determined: A Celebration of Black History Month

Carmel Yonas, Opinions Editor and Sports Editor February 15, 2022

From February 1st to March 1st every year, the United States, Germany and Canada celebrate Black History Month - a time of paying tribute, remembering and celebrating Black lives. The purpose of Black...

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Swimming into victory. South Forsyths Swim team smiles bright as they prepare to compete at their state championship. All the swimmers were very excited to showcase their skills as they went into the weekend.

South’s Swim and Dive Team Wipes Out Competition at State Championship

Shree Delwadia and Maggie Craig February 9, 2022

Beginning on Friday, February 4th, the South Forsyth Swim & Dive team went to Georgia Tech University to compete in the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) State Swimming Championships. Students,...

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Lending a hand. South Forsyth creates the Eagles Share Closet as a space where students can access personal items that they may not have at home. This closet has supported many students within the school.

South Supports its Students Through the Eagle’s Share Closet

Shree Delwadia and Saanvi Tatipalli February 8, 2022

Before the start of the Pandemic, South Forsyth High School took action when the school’s staff saw some of its students were in need of some additional support. SFHS Principal Ms. Laura Wilson worked...

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A ray of sunshine. Senior Emory Hilton is a talented, loving, and accomplished student at South. She is loved and admired by many others for her strong work-ethic and welcoming aura.

Senior Spotlight: Emory Hilton Leaves her Legacy at South

Shree Delwadia and Naisha Roy February 1, 2022

Senior Emory Hilton is an athlete, volunteer, leader and one of the most well-known students at South Forsyth High School. As senior class president, Hilton has crafted an identity based on following her...

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A broken heart. In many lives, heartbreak can cause a major impact on our hearts and our social lives. While many may think heartbreak is temporary, it has been known to have scientific effects upon the body.

The Headache Behind Heartbreak: Romantic Rejection and Teen Mental Health

Kate Geiger, Columns Editor January 27, 2022

Everyone knows the famous scene from Star Wars: Revenge of The Sith when Padme Amidala, the mother of Luke and Leia, tragically died of a broken heart after her husband Anakin went to the Dark Side. So...

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