The Bird Feed

Senior season. Seniors Ryan Fuerst, Chris Dougherty, Josh Green, and Peyton Rawlins (left to right) pose for the last baseball picture of their high school career. Each of these boys have been working hard for the past four years to play to the best of their abilities and bring wins to South Forsyth.

War Eagles extend their winning record with a win against North Atlanta

March 10, 2020

Monday February 17, students and fans gathered to War Eagle Stadium for the varsity baseball game against North Atlanta. The game started at one o'clock on a windy day. Parents and students covered with blankets and jackets sat in the bleachers and suppo...

Bundle up. Mark Martin, Ansley Rogers, Emily Barnes, and Ashley Hunt cuddle up in the pouring rain. October 19th on a Saturday, runners from  South take on the speediest course and dominate it. The day being a mixture of rainy, and windy didn't stop them from running their hearts out on this meet.

South takes the lead in Area 3 Championships

December 6, 2019

Area 3 championships excites the South Cross-country team every season because of how well they do. This year, everyone was pumped up and ready to hit the course, knowing that a real show was about to begin. Area 3 fell on a rainy Saturday morning. Sou...

Moving waters. South Forsyth swimmers swiftly swam to the wall earning many state qualifying cuts. The meet prepares incoming swimmers for the competitive atmosphere of swim and dive.

SOFO Swim and Dive kick-start the season

December 2, 2019

People could hear the splashes from dives and flip turns from across the Cumming Aquatic Center on Saturday night as the beginning of the winter Swim and Dive season started. Swimmers cheered on their teammates, pushing them to swim their very best. North...

Varsity girls awards. on Saturday October 23rd, parents stood and snapped photos of everyone together after awards. Each runner led the team to a third place win. This pre-state race only adds to South's excitement for the state meet in November.

FSU Invitational Cross-country

November 8, 2019

On Friday October 11, South runners prepared for the FSU invitational in Tallahassee, Florida. Races started on Saturday at 7:50 in the morning and continued all throughout the day. Teams from all over Florida and Georgia came down to race and watch....

Teamwork makes the dream work. South Forsyth War Eagles work together in an attempt to defeat their rival team, the infamous Lambert Longhorns on the final day of Homecoming week.

South victory adds the final spark to the “Enchanted” evening

October 21, 2019

The eventful evening began with the marching bands from Lakeside and South Middle School joining the South High School marching band to play "Fight Song". Two of South's choirs then sang the National Anthem while brightly showing off school colors, the...

The line up. Children and students enjoyed German delicacies at South Forsyth's Oktoberfest celebration. The community wide event was an important and lucrative fundraiser for the German program and provided tasty German foods to the young children that attended.

The German Oktoberfest Comes to South

October 21, 2019

Willkommen auf Oktoberfest! South Forsyth High School’s German Club hosted their annual Oktoberfest on October 18th in the plaza after school where they sold traditional German foods paired with other German cultural activities. The growing SFHS G...

Breast Cancer awareness month. Every year students dress head to toe in pink outfits at a football game in October to commemorate those who have connections to the illness. South students line the railing at Milton to cheer on the War Eagles in their second regional game of the season. South played hard but could not come up with the win.

War Eagles leave Milton with a 1-1 regional record

October 21, 2019

Breast Cancer is the second most common cancer in American women, next to skin cancer. 13 percent of women will be diagnosed with breast cancer sometime in their lives and in order to awareness for this cause, South dedicated October 18th, an away game ...

All night long. War Eagle fans gather together in unified gold to support their school team.

Birds fight for gold

October 8, 2019

In hope for a win, South supporters dressed in all gold. Gold shirts, ties, pants, hair accessories, and shoes stormed the hallways at the high school. Many teachers and faculty members dressed up for the momentous event of the evening: Friday Night Football. South...

The key to success. Makenna Segal, a talented Softball player in Forsyth County, uses her finger to send a signal to her other teammates. Many of the players on the team say that good chemistry and communication has helped them win games against other schools, like North Forsyth.

Here’s what South’s 2019 Softball Team has been up to

September 20, 2019

This year’s softball team is making headlines, impressing all by winning against three undefeated teams; West Forsyth, North Forsyth, and Allatoona. Two of the top players on the Varsity Softball team, Isabel Hui and Makenna Segal, expanded on thei...

Living the American Dream. South Forsyth students and staff join in the stands to cheer on their favorite American team while celebrating red, white, and blue.

War Eagle American Dream

September 18, 2019

American clothes, spirit and attitude roamed through the halls of South as students and teachers prepared for the exciting game at South Gwinnett.  The War Eagles kicked off their fifth game of the season on defense. Calloway knocked the ball out, gi...

All coming together. South students and faculty dress in jerseys to support their favorite team. The game was filled with renewed zeal from winning the 11Alive coverage.

11Alive catches a glimpse of the War Eagles in action

September 9, 2019

SFHS has recently entered the football season and brought a flood of school spirit along with it. Thousands of eager students whipped out their phones to vote South as Team of the week through the SuperFan app. The school was buzzing and one by one, adm...

Shining Bright. After a day in neon, South students fill the stands with their brightly colored outfits to cheer on their favorite team.

Bright spirits come out to support the War Eagles

September 3, 2019

The crowd rises to their feet as South moves the ball upfield, getting closer and closer to the end zone, determined to score another touchdown. The audience roars as South crosses into the endzone. Neon shirts and headbands seen from miles away fill the s...

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