By: Tatiana Clarke On October 16th, the day of the Chamber Night began as the last few parents trickled into the auditorium, taking their seats. As Mrs. Simas stepped onto the stage to open the show with a little speech, the crowd burst into applause. You can feel pride and joy in the air as the long-awaited night has finally arrived. For the students, however, … Continue reading Chamber Night
Poetry videos inspired by William Carlos Williams and William Blake By Jacob, Evan, and Michael G. Continue reading Poetry in motion 1
By: Sarah Mahammad So, prom season is in full swing — and what is it that comes along with prom? Promposals! They’re the over-hyped proposal of asking your crush or someone you just like to prom in an extraordinary way…but nowadays it’s usually just a text message saying ‘prom?’ (Which is completely fine! If it works it works). Even just a text message can ignite … Continue reading Promposals
Your Student Council Social Rep candidates! Continue reading Social Rep Candidates
Your 2019-2020 Senior VP candidates! Continue reading Senior Vice President Candidates
Your 2019-2020 Junior VP candidates! Continue reading Junior Vice President Candidates
Who will be FHCI’s 2019/20 President? Continue reading Student Council President
By: Sapna Humar and Abi Parameswaran In March 2019, Doug Ford’s Ontario government announced some major changes they would be implementing in the current education system. These proposals were immediately met with backlash, and for a good reason, as they will unquestionably have negative effects on students and teachers alike. If you aren’t aware of the current government plans for the education system, here’s a … Continue reading No Cuts to Education
Hey FHCI, come join us for the 2019 Digital Arts Festival on Tuesday, February 26th in the library after school. Don’t miss viewings of IDC4U’s film shorts, photography works by AWQ4M, and design works by IDC3O! Continue reading Digital Arts Festival 2019
Check out the photos from the Drama Production of Broken Continue reading Drama Production Broken Photos
By Sapna Humar Last Wednesday, Forest Hill’s music department hosted its second coffee house of the year, and it was a great success! For those of you who don’t know, FHCI’s coffee house is a gathering of students where anyone can perform and showcase their musical talents, whether it be singing a song or strumming a tune on the guitar. This was the second time … Continue reading Coffee House: A Review
“I believe the millions of people who died during this time deserve more than a 10-minute speech over the intercom” Continue reading FHCI Students “Saddened” By Holocaust Announcement Assembly
An Inside Look at the FHCI Robo Sapiens | “Everything was going decently until our robot smashed into one of the field elements, ripping the entire intake mechanism off of the robot.” Continue reading The Autonomous Hour
Please submit any questions you have about stress, anxiety, depression or any other mental-health related questions. Some of these questions will be chosen to be answered at the question and answer portion of the mental health assembly. Your name will be kept anonymous. Continue reading Ask Questions for the Mental Health Assembly
This year LEAP club has been focusing a lot on waste. Continue reading How the LEAP Club is “Making FHCI Green Again”
By Esther Eisen Continue reading Which FHCI Club Should You Join?
“Complaining may be the norm for Forest Hill students. Our school is now known as an academically inclined and non-spirited environment. This Semi-Formal seemed like a test: could FHCI students finally rise to the task and find their spirit and pride? The short answer: sort of. Almost all students at FHCI have been so used to being upset about the lack of school spirit and excitement. However, only…” Continue reading Semi-Formal, You Asked For It.
Semi-Formal Photo Photobooth Pictures! Continue reading Semi-Formal Photobooth Pictures!
By Linda Cako 2017 was supposed to be the year we were going to see change. And change we saw. Not all was good, like President Trump’s Muslim Ban, North Korea starting to flex its emerging nuclear prowess, and the UN warning us that we are facing the largest humanitarian crisis since WWII with up to 20 million people being at risk of starvation in … Continue reading Farewell 2017