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  • Attendance Recovery will be held Dec. 10 through Jan. 10, M-Th, 3:30 - 4:30 pm. in the Media Center, and Sat., Dec. 8 and Jan. 12, 8:00 - 11:00 am, in Room 602. If you need more information, ask your teachers or see Mrs. Blakney at lunch.

    Attendance Recovery Flyer

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  • Check out the College Advising Page created by our College Adviser, Ms. McCarty. Right now, you can learn a little about Ms. McCarty and sign up for her monthly emails. It's never too early to start planning your future!

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  • 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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  • ReplayIt.com is the way to get your pictures in the yearbook! Download the free ReplayIt app to your phone, and you can upload your pictures. They could end up in the yearbook!

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  • Follow Yearbook on Twitter @FHHSYB.

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  • Follow Student Council on Instagram @ Foresthillsstuco and on Twitter @StucoFhhs. You don't need to be in Student Council to follow. Follow to know everything that's going on!

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Featured Stories

  • Forest Hills High School Honored at 2018 NCTC High School Play Festival

    The Theatre Department at Forest Hills High School has much to celebrate, as they bring home honors from the 2018 NCTC High School Play Festival, held at Catawba College on Fri., Oct. 26. The theatre program, led by Shelby Pressley, made the school and community proud with their two presentations, Making Nice and Act 3, Scene 5, at the Festival, and is thrilled to bring home three awards. They received the Festival Spirit Award, the Excellence in Ensemble Acting for Making Nice, and Peyton Thomas and Dawson Evert received the Theatre Arts Award - Excellence in Onstage Chemistry for their work in Act 3, Scene 5.

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  • Health Sciences students receive white coats in special ceremony

    On Saturday, October, 13th, students from Forest Hills and Monroe High Schools participated in a White Coat Ceremony at Levine College of Health Sciences. In a similar manner as other future healthcare professionals, they were presented with a white lab coat as a symbol of their commitment to professionalism in action. A part of a special mentoring program sponsored by Wingate University School of Pharmacy, the ceremony is only a portion of the commitment made to the evolution from high school to healthcare professional for these students.

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  • Jackets rally to start the year off right

    Students at Forest Hills High School started their new school year just a little differently this time. Of course, they still went to all their classes, heard their teachers’ expectations, and greeted their friends they hadn’t seen all summer. But they also participated in the first ever FHHS Back to School Rally, a combination of informational and spirit-building activities designed to get every student’s year off on the right foot. That approach lines up with the school’s guiding motto “Each Jacket, Every Day.”

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