Scholarship Opportunity: If you are a senior who plans to attend one of the UNC system schools, who has at least a 2.5 GPA, who demonstrates leadership, excellence of character, integrity, and community involvement, you are eligible for the State Employees Credit Union Scholarship. See your counselor to apply!
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
Season Passes for athletic events are on sale now. Jacket fans can buy a Season Pass for $35. A season pass is good for home, regular season sporting events.
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!
The current art exhibit at the Marshville Museum features the works of students from Forest Hills High School. The works were created in two styles that honor African American history and culture as the country celebrates Black History Month.
When Forest Hills High School senior Xavier Huntley decided to forgo baseball practice because he wasn’t feeling well, he couldn’t have known that his decision would be one of the most important choices of his young life.
Forest Hills senior Elijah Gaddy is known around school not only as a great student but as a great person. At the November UCPS Board of Education meeting, Elijah received the John H. Crowder Service Award. This award, named for late school board member and community leader, Mr. John Crowder, recognizes students who actively serve their schools and communities just as Mr. Crowder did. Elijah takes very seriously his commitment to serve and help others.