Attendance Recovery will be held every Mon. - Thurs. and Sat. from Jan. 2 - Jan. 20, 2018. On Mon. - Thurs., 3:30 to 4:30 pm, in the Media Center and on Sat., 8:00 am to 11:00 am, in room 602. Students can recover up to 3 absences per class. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Blakney.
Important Attendance Notification:
FHHS recognizes the importance of attendance to a student’s achievement in school. To that end, all parents and students are being notified that Forest Hills High School will use the following attendance policy going forward:
Students will lose credit in a class when they accrue more than 7 unexcused absences. Students may recover an additional 3 days per class. To be clear, when a student has accrued more than 10 unexcused absences in a class, there will be no option for credit in that course, no matter what their final grade may be.
See this document for more information: Attendance Notification
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The Theatre Department at Forest Hills has much to celebrate, as they bring home honors from the 2017 NCTC High School Play Festival, held at Rocky River High School on October 27. The theatre program, led by Mrs. Shelby Pressley, made the school and community proud with their presentation of "Divided We Fall" at the Festival, and is thrilled to bring home the following awards: Excellence in Ensemble Acting, Excellence in Acting: Jordan Lowery, Overall Excellence Rating.
On the evening of Thursday, October 25th over 45 Spanish-speaking students and their parents gathered at the Forest Hills High’s Media Center to learn more about higher learning and all it entails.
The I’m a G.I.R.L. (Gifted, Intelligent, Respectful, Ladies) Club was created at Forest Hills High School to build self-esteem, unity, and awareness of women’s issues that are prevalent among the female population. High school members participate in workshops that center around the following topics: careers, finance, time management, education and equality, and community service. During the course of the year, members will travel to college campuses, fundraise, serve the community in various capacities,and commit to serve as role models for fellow classmates.