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

Shree Delwadia

Shree Delwadia, Editor-In-Chief

Shree Delwadia is excited to be part of The Bird Feed as a senior! This year is her fourth year on staff, and she cannot wait to take on her new responsibilities as the Editor-In-Chief. By working on the staff as a writer and an editor, she has learned a variety of communication, teamwork, and accountability skills that she will take on to other roles in her life. At school, she is a part of MDJunior, Beta Club, and UNICEF.  In her spare time, she loves spending time with her friends and family or discovering new things to do. Two of her ride-or-die tv shows are Grey’s Anatomy and Friends. Moreover, Shree has a strong interest in medicine and hopes to pursue a career in healthcare one day. You can contact her via twitter @ShreeDBirdFeed or using her email [email protected].

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

April 20, 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

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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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

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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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

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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A table of love. South Social Leaders line up in the dining hall as they talk to new students and pass out fun Valentines day treats. This was the second successful and memorable event organized by this passionate group of leaders.

South Social Leaders Radiate Love at “No Stranger Left Behind” Event

February 14, 2022

On February 14th, South Forsyth High School’s South Social Leaders planned an exciting and welcoming event for Valentine’s Day. The event, known as “South Social: No Stranger Left Behind,”...

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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

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

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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Sprinkling love all around. Souths culinary students create an innovative Valentines Day opportunity for students to pre-order sweet treats for their friends. Many students have enjoyed this opportunity as they can suprise their peers with these yummy desserts.

South’s 585 Cafe Spreads the Love with Their “Be Mine” Treat Special

February 7, 2022

South Forsyth High School’s culinary program is organizing a fun “Be Mine” treat special for this Valentine’s Day. The 585 Cafe is sponsoring this event, and students can choose a delicious...

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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

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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Dont sleep on this. Dance Co. President Harshi Brahmbhatt choreographs this lyrical number. The number featured the striking talents of the upperclassmen dancers.

SOFO Dance Company Shines in 2022 Winter Showcase

January 28, 2022

As the music began to pour into the auditorium, the Dance Company set onto the stage with a mission of creating an unforgettable performance to start off the night strong. The team showcased their creative...

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Accessible testing. The Biden administration recently announced that they are allowing every American household to order up to four free at-home COVID-19 testing kits. These kits are available to order at covidtests.gov.

US Government Distributes Free COVID-19 Tests to All Residents

January 24, 2022

Earlier this week, President Joe Biden signed into action a plan in which all households in the country could receive four free COVID-19 tests. The goal of this plan is to reduce the number of COVID-19...

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A long awaited rematch. The University of Georgia play the University of Alabama to see who earns the National Championship title. In a exciting yet tough game, Georgia came out on top and brought back home their winning title.

Georgia Bulldogs Win the National College Football Championship

January 12, 2022

On Monday, January 10th, 2022, the University of Georgia (UGA) Bulldogs and the University of Alabama Crimson Tide battled yet again over the College Football National Championship title. Eager fans filled...

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A different style of learning. The current status of the pandemic affects many students as they take on the challenge and obstacles associated with virtual learning. Schools have transitioned into virtual learning in order to protect its students and staff.

Forsyth County Students Return to School after Virtual Learning

January 10, 2022

On January 7th, Forsyth County Schools (FCS) announced that schools would remain virtual for two days in order to allow for students and staff to return to school safely after Winter Break, especially...

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Spreading holiday spirit through service. SFHS Key Club members stand tall next to their Christmas tree as they encourage individuals who stop by to donate gift cards and hand out candy canes. Members have volunteered for multiple hours during this event to support their goal of collecting 50 or more gift cards.

SFHS Key Club Shines Bright in Forsyth Festival of Trees

December 15, 2021

During the holiday season, South Forsyth High School Key Club is partnering with the Festival of Trees at the Collections of Forsyth to give its members a memorable volunteering opportunity as they give...

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Everyone matters. South Forsyth High School counselors and students create a new suicide awareness campaign known as Sources of Strength. Students were encouraged to spin the Sources of Strength Wheel to learn more about who they can contact in order to support their mental health needs.

SFHS Counselors Work With Students to Raise Awareness for Suicide Prevention

December 1, 2021

A growing concern among students and staff requires attention, and thankfully, the faculty is working towards taking measures to protect its students. This prevalent concern is suicide, which takes...

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An evening full of spooky fun. South Forsyth High School hosts its annual Trunk or Treat event for families in the community in order to encourage a safe environment for the kids. The kids were beyond estastic to visit each trunk and play their game to win some extra candy.

[Photo] South Forsyth High School Hosts its Annual Trunk-or-Treat

November 2, 2021

An evening full of spooky fun. South Forsyth High School hosts its annual Trunk or Treat event for families in the community in order to encourage a safe environment for the kids. The kids were beyond...

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Toss or treat. Children stop at the SFHS UNICEF trunk to play a fun game of getting the beanbag through the circles on their informative board. The officers were enthusiastic to represent their club with a touch of Halloween spirit.

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Toss or treat. Children stop at the SFHS UNICEF trunk to play a fun game of getting the beanbag through the circles on their informative board. The officers were enthusiastic to represent their club with...

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Cozy vibes. SFHS FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) snuggle up with their warm costumes and blankets as they hand out candy. The students loved to see all the kids unique costumes throughout the evening.

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Cozy vibes. SFHS FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) snuggle up with their warm costumes and blankets as they hand out candy. The students loved to see all the kids' unique costumes throughout the evening.

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Rainbows and sunshines. SFHS FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) fill their trunk with bright and colorful decorations. The rainbows on their trunk radiated sunshine and smiles throughout the night.

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Rainbows and sunshines. SFHS FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) fill their trunk with bright and colorful decorations. The rainbows on their trunk radiated sunshine and smiles throughout the night.

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A ghostly gathering. SFHS Student Council members start out the night by handing out a variety of candy to the trick-or-treaters. Their spooky decorations got all the families in the Halloween spirit.

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A ghostly gathering. SFHS Student Council members start out the night by handing out a variety of candy to the trick-or-treaters. Their spooky decorations got all the families in the Halloween spirit.

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The power of halloween stories. SFHS Creative Writing Club adorn their trunk with tiny yet spooky decorations as well as a variety of popular Halloween books. This organizations trunk was a family favorite throughout the night as many people stopped to admire the unique deocrations.

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The power of halloween stories. SFHS Creative Writing Club adorn their trunk with tiny yet spooky decorations as well as a variety of popular Halloween books. This organization's trunk was a family favorite...

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A trunk full of spiders. SFHS National English Honor Society members decorate their trunk with creative ghosts and webs to fit the theme of The Tell-Tale Heart. The trick-or-treaters enjoyed playing a game to get a bean bag into the plastic pumpkins.

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A trunk full of spiders. SFHS National English Honor Society members decorate their trunk with creative ghosts and webs to fit the theme of "The Tell-Tale Heart". The trick-or-treaters enjoyed playing...

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A boo-tiful Halloween. SFHS MDJunior officers decorate their trunk in festive cobwebs, spiders, and banners. Their game encouraged individuals of all ages to play as the goal was to get a piece of candy through the BOO balloons.

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A boo-tiful Halloween. SFHS MDJunior officers decorate their trunk in festive cobwebs, spiders, and banners. Their game encouraged individuals of all ages to play as the goal was to get a piece of candy...

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Spooky season. SFHS Beta Club officers cover their trunk in cobwebs to get into the Halloween spirit. The children also played a competitive game of cornhole with the officers for some extra fun.

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Spooky season. SFHS Beta Club officers cover their trunk in cobwebs to get into the Halloween spirit. The children also played a competitive game of cornhole with the officers for some extra fun.

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Debating for the treats. SFHS Debate Team set up a cornhole station for kids to come and enjoy throughut the night. Children loved filling their bucket with extra candy as they threw the beanbag into the hole.

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Debating for the treats. SFHS Debate Team set up a cornhole station for kids to come and enjoy throughut the night. Children loved filling their bucket with extra candy as they threw the beanbag into the...

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A tropical luau. The SFHS class officers deck out in Hawaiian accessories as they hand out candy. Excited kids also waited in line to get their face painted with a unique design.

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A tropical luau. The SFHS class officers deck out in Hawaiian accessories as they hand out candy. Excited kids also waited in line to get their face painted with a unique design.

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To infinity and beyond. SFHS FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) officers fill their car with stars and rockets as they soar into space. The enthusiastic children grabbed handfuls of lollipops at this trunk.

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To infinity and beyond. SFHS FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) officers fill their car with stars and rockets as they soar into space. The enthusiastic children grabbed handfuls of...

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The yellow brick road. The SFHS Equestrian team adorns their car with deocorations to match the movie The Wizard of Oz. The children were esctatic to see the members dressed up in costume as they walked down the famous yellow brick road to get their candy.

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The yellow brick road. The SFHS Equestrian team adorns their car with deocorations to match the movie "The Wizard of Oz." The children were esctatic to see the members dressed up in costume as they walked...

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Sweet service. SFHS Key Club members and officer volunteer to hand out candy during Trunk or Treat. The childrens left this table with huge smiles as they recieved a handful of candy.

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Sweet service. SFHS Key Club members and officer volunteer to hand out candy during Trunk or Treat. The childrens' left this table with huge smiles as they recieved a handful of candy.

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Cheering for candy. The Varsity Cheerleading team huddle together as hand out candy during the chilly evening. At this trunk, the children also eagerly waited to get their face painted with colorful designs.

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Cheering for candy. The Varsity Cheerleading team huddle together as hand out candy during the chilly evening. At this trunk, the children also eagerly waited to get their face painted with colorful designs.

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South strong. The SFHS Counseling Department showcase important themes for positively impacting an individuals mindset. The children had an opportunity to spin the wheel to learn more about these themes such as generosity, mentors, and family support while also earning some yummy candy.

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South strong. The SFHS Counseling Department showcase important themes for positively impacting an individual's mindset. The children had an opportunity to spin the wheel to learn more about these themes...

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Swimming for sweets. Volunteers from SFHS Science National Honor Society fill their trunk with under the sea decorations as they wait to hand out candy to the trick-or-treaters. The children enjoyed seeing and playing games with the inflatable Nemo.

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Swimming for sweets. Volunteers from SFHS Science National Honor Society fill their trunk with under the sea decorations as they wait to hand out candy to the trick-or-treaters. The children enjoyed seeing...

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Fantastic food carnival. SFHS DECA officers dress up in delicious food costumes to fit the theme of their truck. As they handed out candy, the families loved how interactive their trunk was.

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Fantastic food carnival. SFHS DECA officers dress up in delicious food costumes to fit the theme of their truck. As they handed out candy, the families loved how interactive their trunk was.

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An artistic Halloween. SFHS National Art Honor Society decorates their car to match the design of a candy dispenser.
The life-size dispenser fascinated the young children as it gave them the candy.

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An artistic Halloween. SFHS National Art Honor Society decorates their car to match the design of a candy dispenser. The life-size dispenser fascinated the young children as it gave them the candy.

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Feliz Halloween! Spanish National Honor Society officers decorate their trunk with unique cultural Spanish banners and skulls in preparation for Día de Muertos. The kids enjoyed learning a little more about the Spanish culture as they received their candy.

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Feliz Halloween! Spanish National Honor Society officers decorate their trunk with unique cultural Spanish banners and skulls in preparation for Día de Muertos. The kids enjoyed learning a little more...

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Homecoming Spirit Week

October 26, 2021

This HoCo spirit week was full of entertaining themes ranging from hilarious onesies to intricate ensembles. Each theme brought out a different side of SoFo staff and students’ personalities as they...

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Homecoming Court and Football Game

October 26, 2021

On Friday, October 22nd, students, faculty, families, and alumni eagerly filled the War Eagle Stadium, awaiting the start of the game of the year. The South Forsyth marching band, dance team, and...

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Mental health matters. Many individuals tend to dismiss the importance of maintaining their mental health because they do not consider it a real health condition. In reality, many students have experienced many of the effects of negative mental health practices without receiving the proper support and help they need.

Chatting with Counselors: COVID 19’s Impact on Students’ Wellbeing and Mental Health

October 25, 2021

As students and staff are settling down in the school year, many individuals are still adjusting from the transition of virtual to in-person school. With over a year of solitude and other hardships...

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Bubbling boba. Pearls Tea recent opening in the Collections creates waves of excitement around the local area. Many customers lined up outside of the shop, awaiting its grand opening in  September.

The Collection’s cutest cafe: Pearl’s Tea Experiences Success During its Recent Opening

October 18, 2021

In this past month, Pearl’s Tea, a bubble tea shop, opened at the Collections in Forsyth County. Residents were excited for its grand opening in Cumming as many saw the store's promotions on social media,...

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The aftermath of an infamous challenge. On Saturday morning, South Forsyth High School administrators discover instances of vandalism in its school bathrooms due to certain students participating in the “devious lick” TikTok challenge. While many bathrooms are cleaned up thanks to the efforts of our custodians, a few bathrooms are closed to fix the damages.

Tiktok Challenge Causes Instances of Vandalism at SFHS

September 16, 2021

The past weekend was a tumultuous one for South Forsyth High School, as some students followed the dangerous “devious lick” challenge on TikTok and vandalized the school’s bathrooms, destroying property...

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The aftermath of the storm. Hurricane Ida first lands in Louisiana as a category 4 hurricane, lending way to extremely strong winds alongside heavy rainfall. 

The storm resulted in many fallen trees and flood streets for the residents of the state.

Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall During the Peak of Hurricane Season

September 8, 2021

16 years ago, in August of 2005, Hurricane Katrina first made landfall in New Orleans, Louisiana and its surrounding cities as a Category 5 hurricane. This catastrophic event devastated many families and...

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Binder organization. For many students, its important to separate and organize their assignments for each class in order to be prepared for each class. Its suggested by many other students that using binders prevents the issue of lost or late assignments.

[Photo] Binder Basics

August 25, 2021

Binder organization. For many students, it's important to separate and organize their assignments for each class in order to be prepared for each class. It's suggested by many other students that using...

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Staying organized. Many students utilize planners and other scheduling platforms to ensure they stay on top of all their activities. Students have also suggested that scheduling their week out benefits their time management skills.

Planning Tips

August 27, 2021

All high school students, whether virtual or in-person, have a variety of activities they participate in such as extracurriculars, personal events, or class deadlines. While some individuals like to say...

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Starting the year off right. As the new school year kicks off, its important to purchase school supplies that supports students in their success during the year. Many students have been worried about buying the right supplies; however, they can never go wrong with the basic necessities.

SOFO School Supplies – A guide for students, by students

August 24, 2021

The 2021-2022 school year marked one of the only school years where both a predominant sophomore class and a new freshman class entered South Forsyth High School in-person for the first time. Without the...

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Welcoming the War Eagle nation. South Forsyth introduces the spirit at SFHS through a school-wide pep rally. Students were excited to meet the rest of their peers and participate in a variety of activities.

[Photo] South Spirit at the Stadium

August 15, 2021

Welcoming the War Eagle nation. South Forsyth introduces the spirit at SFHS through a school-wide pep rally. Students were excited to meet the rest of their peers and participate in a variety of activities.

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Flock to the tropics! South Forsyth greets both returning and new faculty and students with a tropical-themed campus. The staff sprawled blue flamingoes all around the front of the main hall to accompany their Hawaiian theme.

From Zoom Calls to School Halls: Seeing New Faces at South Forsyth’s Sofopalooza

August 12, 2021

On a hot and humid Thursday morning, students of all grades gathered once again on the South Forsyth campus to advertise the many clubs South has to offer. As many students transitioned from virtual...

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An unforgettable season. (Pictured from right to left) Hailey Yeon, Kennedy Arnette, Elise Forberg, Emma Reid, and Abigail Dotson are esctatic as they prepare for the upcoming state tournament in May. They have truly advanced their skills throughout the season and cannot wait to work towards a state championship title.

A seasonal recap on SFHS girls’ golf team

May 4, 2021

Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the South Forsyth High School girls’ golf team worked to make this year quite memorable. While this year’s team consisted of a few new players, each member dedicated...

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Early morning practices. The Varsity Girls Tennis team is working hard this year to encourage each other during practices and competitions. While their season has ended, they have made long-lasting memories to take into the next tennis season.

Recapping the 2021 Varsity Tennis Season

April 29, 2021

The 2021 Varsity Tennis season was a rollercoaster of growth and victory for both teams, with losses, wins, and both varsity boys and girls advancing to region. Both teams elaborated on their personal...

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A tragic accident. The spa shootings in Atlanta led to the death of many innocent lives. However, this shooting led to an increase in rallies and marches to fight against anti-Asian hate present in the country.

Atlanta shootings at local massage spas

April 2, 2021

Delaina Ashley Yaun, Soon Chung Park, Paul Andre Michels, Xiajie Tan, Daoyou Feng, Hyun Jung Grant, Suncha Kim, and Yong Ae Yue. These names will be marked in history for many generations to come. On March...

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Now Showing: SFHS prom. According to the video, the theme for this year would be Hollywood. This guide shows everything you need to make the night as spectacular as possible.

Preparing for War Eagle Prom- A guide for students, by students

April 2, 2021

On March 3rd, 2021, South Forsyth High School announced that they would be holding a prom in the midst of April. With COVID-19 still affecting the county, prom this year would be somewhat unconventional...

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A special moment. Students all over the school try to find the perfect words to ask their date to prom. Many have worked to create a witty and fun promposal idea to surprise their prom dates.

Promposals

March 29, 2021

Let’s all be realistic. The planning and excitement for prom starts months before prom actually takes place. In fact, as prom is right around the corner, many individuals are taking the opportunity to...

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Fun events on prom day. As individuals get ready for their big night, events such as pictures and fine dining locations are just as special as the night of prom itself. In fact, many individuals have already booked dining reservations or even planned photo locations for the day of prom.

Pre-Prom Activities

March 29, 2021

The events leading up to prom are just as important as the special night itself.  While the day is full of self-pampering, getting ready, and spending time with your friends, it's also filled with many...

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An unforeseen situation. Recently, there was a crime scene at a common hangout spot in Forsyth County. Many students who were at the site of the stabbing were shocked and scared by the horrific events.

Road rage incident at local shopping outlet

March 23, 2021

A road rage altercation between two drivers at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 19th at the Collection at Forsyth led to the brutal stabbing of a man. Public crowds surrounded the yellow tape around...

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(Pictured above from left to right: Siya Kumar, Krithika Kasireddy, Rasagna Vuppala, Swetha Pendela, and Shree Delwadia). Serving the community. Juniors at South Forsyth High School aid individuals in their school and community through aspects of healthcare. They started their service projects in early August of last year.

A passion for healthcare transforms into service for the community

March 9, 2021

Earlier this school year, a group of HOSA- Future Health Professionals members at South Forsyth High School started a journey serving their community through healthcare. Juniors Krithika Kasireddy, Siya...

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Breaking the Internet. Olivia Rodrigos new single is a fan-favorite for many of her listeners. Rodrigos single excited many celebrities and fans as her music brought about a popular and emotional song to jam out to.

Fasten your seatbelts: The story behind “Drivers License”

March 1, 2021

The whole world gathered their boxes of tissues and hopped into the front seat of their cars after the release of “Drivers License” by Disney star Olivia Rodrigo. The heartbreaking lyrics and emotionally-charged...

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Center stage. SFHS Dance Company shines during their Winter Showcase. All the dancers worked endlessly to perfect their numbers as much as possible.

Dancing and distancing: SFHS Dance Co. Winter Showcase 2020

December 2, 2020

As the lights dimmed, a hush fell over the small crowd. Their attention retreated from their devices as they gazed up at the thick, velvet curtain masking the stage. Behind the curtain, the dancers shuffled...

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Giving back to the community. The SFHS Boys Lacrosse Team is hosting a toy drive for students within the community to donate to. Many students and staff donated to the CHOA Toy Drive to help give back to the community.

SFHS Boys’ Lacrosse Team Gives Back to the Community

November 17, 2020

In the spirit of the Holiday Season, South Forsyth High School's Boys Lacrosse Team is hosting a Toy Drive for the Children’s Hospital of Atlanta (CHOA). The team is collecting donations until November...

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Packing supplies. As the elections round closer, Forsyth County School students volunteer to pack different cleaning materials to ensure healthy practices during the 2020 General Elections. Students have also packed different disinfectant supplies such as hand sanitizer and gloves for the poll workers as well.

South Forsyth students help prepare for the upcoming elections

November 9, 2020

As the November elections are getting closer, more and more individuals are working hard to make sure all citizens get a fair chance to vote. This year, citizens have alternate ways to cast their ballots....

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Celebrating Hispanic cultures. South Forsyth students and teachers honor their Hispanic peers during Hispanic Heritage Week. Faculty and students had the opportunity to participate in multiple events and presentations.

SFHS celebrates the Hispanic Heritage

November 9, 2020

This year, the month of October is dedicated to celebrating Hispanic Heritage. Hispanic Heritage Month commemorates the cultures of Hispanic and Latino Americans. Throughout the month, many organizations...

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Labeling bags. Juniors and seniors gather and label different bags to hold materials which the county will deliver to different counties within the state. Volunteer organizer, Mr. Joel McNatt, made sure each student was able to contribute in the preparation for the upcoming elections

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Labeling bags. Juniors and seniors gather and label different bags to hold materials which the county will deliver to different counties within the state. Volunteer organizer, Mr. Joel McNatt, made sure...

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A delicious delicacy. Crumbl Cookies is a famous bakery open all across the country. They held their grand opening in early September which bring in crowds of people from all over the county.

Experiencing a world of cookies with Crumbl Cookies

October 9, 2020

In early September, the new Crumbl Cookies establishment opened in Forsyth County. Many students, teachers, and families in the South Forsyth area eagerly awaited the grand opening line for their free...

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Clubs during COVID. South Forsyth High School offers a variety of clubs to their students. While these club might have to adjust their operations, all students will have the opportunity to participate in them, regardless if they are virtual or in-person.

South Forsyth Clubs persevere during COVID-19

September 18, 2020

At South Forsyth High School, clubs and organizations are an integral part of the student body. With over 50 clubs to choose from, students have the ability to connect with new individuals as well as find...

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Distancing during lunch. As students come to the dining hall during lunch, there are many new procedures to ensure that each student is safe. For example, as a student is waiting in line, they are spaced out from those around them to be safe.

Lunch Procedures

September 15, 2020

Lunch procedures this year are different to help keep the lunch staff and student customers safe. The main goal of these altered procedures is to deliver an adequate breakfast and lunch to students while...

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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

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 masked up. As they sit in the classroom, each desk...

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Mask up. Junior, Zac Tishgarten, wears his mask to protect himself and his peers. SFHS students are expected to wear masks to protect the entire campus.

The Importance behind Masks

September 14, 2020

After months of facing COVID-19, many health officials have found that one of the easiest ways to keep yourself and others safe is simply by wearing a mask. Wearing the proper masks helps to slow and even...

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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

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 releasing new updates and information regarding...

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Adjusting to a new environment. As schools close due to certain circumstances, students are using Itslearning and other online communication features to excel in their online learning. Since this is a new situation for many, it is essential to ask questions and get help when needed.

Making the best of online learning- A Guide for Students, by Students

April 19, 2020

With online learning set to continue through the rest of the school year, it's imperative that students and teachers work together to preserve the nuance of education and maximize their resources. While...

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A calm state of mind. Sometimes individuals fill their mind with worries about their past or future instead of enjoying the present. Reflecting on the present without any judgement is the practice of being mindful.

A Mindful Minute

April 3, 2020

The world is full of unknown moments, challenges, and accomplishments. As things around everyone always seem to be changing, it is nice to take a minute and reflect on the present. To encourage students...

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