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Eagles support Eagles: South wears MSD colors in act of solidarity

Eagles support Eagles: South wears MSD colors in act of solidarity

Macy Kline, Opinions Section Editor February 28, 2018

Silver and burgundy – the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School colors.  These are the colors South students wear two weeks after the tragic shooting that took the lives of seventeen students...

The International Baccalaureate Program has two different pathways, DP and CP, which it offers to students who wish to pursue rigorous course work. Mr. Denney keeps this IB placard in his office.

IB Committee visits South

Will Logsdon , Senior Editor February 22, 2018

During the week of January 21st, South hosted important visitors from the IB Committee. There were three educators who evaluated the school's IB accreditation. One of the teachers on the panel works locally...

Schools used to be a place of safety in America. The shooting in Parkland, FL, a high school recognized for its high achievement, signifies that no school is safe.

17 are dead after devastating school shooting

Alyssa Freyman , Editor-in-chief February 15, 2018

On February 14th at 2pm, a shooting began inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. It is believed to be the deadliest shooting in Broward County. Broward County, which is located in Parkland, Florida,...

Students from South Forsyth High School attended AP Day at the Georgia State Capitol with teachers Mr. Pearre, Mr. Wolff, and Mr. Frilot. From Left to Right (3rd Row): Jack Slatton, Revanth Tiruveedhi, and Arjun Karanam; (2nd Row): Will Logsdon, Aashvi Patel, and Lahari Madineni; (1st Row): Emily Goncalves, and Chloe Nathan.

South students visit the hill for AP Day

Will Logsdon , Senior Editor February 1, 2018

A select group of students from South Forsyth High School visited the Georgia State Capitol on Thursday to lobby for AP funding. These students were chosen because of their role in Social Studies-based...

This year's winter Olympics will be hosted by The Republic of South Korea beginning February 9th.

Athletes face the bitter cold as they prepare for the winter Olympic Games

Sierra Wamsley, Editor-in-Chief January 31, 2018

206 countries are participating, 102 different medal events are scheduled, six new events are premiering, all with one thing in common: Pyeongchang, South Korea, Winter Olympics 2018. The first ever...

Data and statistics from this year's flu season proves that the 2017-2018 season of the flu is more widespread than the 2016-2017 flu season. Even the flu season from several years ago were not as active as this year. All data was found on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.

Reaching the peak of the 2018 flu season

Sophie Ralph, News and Multimedia Editor January 30, 2018

As the flu season continues, the number of cases are increasing dramatically week after week. Although the season begins in October, flu activity peaks during January or February. The country is experiencing...

Sydney Wallace and Tyler Meersman walk across the stage. Sydney wears a fitted, ivory lace dress.

Walking down the runway at the DECA Prom Fashion Show

Alyssa Freyman, Editor-in-chief January 24, 2018

RSVP Prom Pageant and the Tuxedo Wearhouse sponsored this year's Prom Fashion Show. Fairytale dresses, two-piece dresses, and illusion dresses are in this season for Prom, according to the show. Other...

This image was taken in 2009 before Aung San Suu Kyi was elected as State Counsellor to Myanmar. The genocide that has been
perpetrated against Rohingya Muslims within her country has jeopardized her approval rating, especially among the international community.

Rohingya refugees flee ongoing genocide in Myanmar

Will Logsdon , Senior Editor January 23, 2018

In a recent poll conducted by our Student News Site, just one fourth of participants were aware of the devastating human rights travesty occurring in the country of Myanmar. Within this lush and tropical...

The beautiful snow covers the yard.

North Georgia Snow Day

Kate Haas, Senior Editor January 22, 2018

Last week, Forsyth County and other parts of North Georgia were blanketed with around one inch snow and ice. This weather event caused dangerous road conditions which led to the cancellation of school...

Speaker Logan Weber opens up his presentation about setting and reaching goals in South's Arena this morning. The Arena was packed with students, forcing the faculty to move the projector and screen  back and adjust the speakers' rotation.

Finding the keys to success through the X-Factor

  Logan Weber, a motivational speaker and a Georgian, paid a visit to South Forsyth’s student body to speak about making goals and following through with them. As a public speaker, Mr. Weber...

The flashlights of students phones light up the gym to represent the many people who have been affected by cancer.

FOCO Cure fights to end childhood leukemia

Students at South Forsyth teamed up with the community to join the fight against Leukemia and Lymphoma. The organization's 2018 Students Of The Year, Ross Ashby, Jake Hale, and Watson Kimmel are raising...

South Forsyth swim and dive team show their love for their community by participating in a Day of Service. They partook in activities for Corners Outreach, The Place and No Longer bound.

Swim and dive team gives back

Lauren Bunker, Staff Writer December 19, 2017

On December 2nd, the swim and dive team participated in a Day of Service to give back. The team held a snack drive and donated two hundred individually wrapped snacks to Corners Outreach and worked as...

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