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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 seniors relived fond memories as they glued pictures into their scrapbooks. Volunteers helped when they could and listened to the stories shared at the table.

Bridging Smiles and Ending Loneliness: An FBLA Project Focused on Helping our Senior Citizens

Avani Prabhu, News Editor May 3, 2024

One of the biggest problems faced by seniors today is loneliness. In fact, one-fourth of adults over 65 suffer from loneliness according to the CDC. Older people usually live far from their friends and...

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South Forsyth’s National Spanish Honor Society is having their Oct. meeting in Dra. Green’s room. Members enjoyed socializing and eating cultural foods.

New Year, New Club Rules

Charley Sarmiento and Matt Craig September 15, 2023

When you enter South Forsyth High School, there’s an abundance of organizations for students to find a place to belong. Ranging from the Economics Club to the Pokemon Club, there’s truly a club for...

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Souths stands light up for the first scrimmage of the season. The game on Aug. 14, 2023 ended in a victory for South Forsyth High School.

Neon Glowsticks Light Up the Night for South’s First Victory of the Year

Sophia Prashanth, Lifestyle Editor & Social Media Lead August 15, 2023
South Forsyth High School's first football scrimmage of the season was a bright night for the team and the students!
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Head Custodian Sam Tartic comes to school before sunrise to make sure its clean and safe for students and staff members. However, Tartics journey began long before his time at South Forsyth.

A ‘Good Wind Behind Your Back’: Head Custodian Sam Tartic Shares His Story of Resilience, Focus

Saanvi Tatipalli, Features Editor March 28, 2023

South Forsyth High School’s 16 year-olds are typically concerned with standard teenage problems: classwork, social circles, driver’s licenses, relationships and so on.  When South's Head Custodian...

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Shore Sweep annual event at Lake Lanier in Cumming, GA on Sept. 24, 2022. A group of Students from South Forsyth High School walked around the shore and picked up pieces of trash they found scattered around.

Shore Sweep: South Clubs Unite for Annual Day of Environmental Clean-Up

Charley Sarmiento, Editor-in-Chief October 30, 2022

On Sept. 24, a variety of South Forsyth High School’s clubs came together at Bald Ridge Marina, Lake Lanier, to participate in the annual Shore Sweep event. Beginning at 8 am and going on until 1 pm,...

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Meet the leadership team! The leaders introduce themselves and the club to both new and returning members at the first meeting. They discussed their first topic of astronomy and what the future holds for the club.

Women in STEM: A Community Where Women Can Bloom

Charley Sarmiento, Editor-in-Chief October 3, 2022

Traveling down the West Hall corridors of South Forsyth on a crisp Thursday morning, a relatively new, budding Women in STEM club held its very first meeting in Room 489. At said meeting, the leadership...

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Across the world. Officers from all of the world language honor socities pose for a photo in the War Eagle Dining Hall. They were in charge of saying the oaths to induct the new members.

SOFO World Language Honor Societies Honor New Members in Induction Ceremony

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor March 24, 2022

On Thursday, March 17th, at 5:00 p.m, SFHS held its annual World Language Honor Society Induction Ceremony in the dining hall. The National German, Latin, French, and Spanish Honor Societies all banded...

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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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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, Features Editor 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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Making waves. Seniors Livvi Philpot, Ayesha Raparla, Ishita Raghuvanshi, Rasagna Vuppala, Naisha Roy, and Brantley Jenkins pose in front of the Ocean Voyager exhibit at the Georgia Aquarium. They joined the trip as part of IB Group 4.

The SFHS IB Program Makes a Splash at the Georgia Aquarium

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor January 25, 2022

On January 24th, 2022, the SFHS IB program took a field trip to the Georgia Aquarium as part of its science classes. Any IB student taking chemistry, biology, or physics was eligible to go on the trip....

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No place called home. Students on dependent visas often find themselves in limbo during the college applications process. While designed to be helpful for all types of students, the process can end up being very alienating.

No Place Called Home: Tackling Immigrant Struggles in the College Application Process

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor October 21, 2021

On October 1st, 2021, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opened, and the metaphorical floodgates of my email burst. Subject line after subject line said the same thing: “Fill. out....

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