Couples of FHCI: Abby and Evan

By: Madison A. and Emma K. How long have you guys been dating? Evan: About two and a half years How did you guys meet? Abby: We were in the same Math and English class in Grade 9 How did you start dating? Evan: Abby decided we were dating Abby: I made the first move What is a weird thing about each other? Evan: She’s … Continue reading Couples of FHCI: Abby and Evan

Recipes: Valentine’s Day Brownies

By: Riley G. and Jacqueline F. There’s nothing better to do in the winter than bake a nice warm treat! Bake these delicious brownies in just 35 minutes!! We hope you will love them as much as we do! Prep Time: 10 minutes  Cook Time: 25 minutes  Total Time: 35 minutes  Servings: 16 brownies INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup unsalted butter melted and slightly cooled 1 cup granulated sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 cup all purpose flour  … Continue reading Recipes: Valentine’s Day Brownies

Grades: Earned or Bought?

By: Chris G. and Owen M. Grade 12 is one of the most stressful school years, as students work on gaining their credentials for post-secondary programs. Many prestigious programs require averages upwards of 90%. Achieving such grades requires a lot of effort, right? Well, not for everyone.  Most students toil many hours with their heads in their books to achieve these high grades. However, not … Continue reading Grades: Earned or Bought?

Humans of Toronto #HardWorkingMan

By Hasti K For as long as I can remember I have been working to provide for the people I love. It started when I was as young as three years old, I’d sell cigarettes to the workers on my family’s farm. That was until I was old enough to pick tea leaves. I remember looking through my sisters’ books and try and teach myself … Continue reading Humans of Toronto #HardWorkingMan

Humans of Toronto #ImmigrantExperience

By Ana O It was 2011, when my husband moved from Greece to Canada. He came alone, me and our daughters stayed back because we did not have a visa yet. We were seeing that employment was decreasing in Greece, so we decided to find a better place for our daughters to have a better future. My husband had a cousin in Canada and helped … Continue reading Humans of Toronto #ImmigrantExperience

Chamber Night

By: Tatiana C. 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

Humans of Toronto #FamilyLove

By Lydia M My name is Bruce and I have a Chinese culture name called Zongmao. In 2016, around August, my family moved to Toronto, which was nearly three years ago. When I entered to Forest Hill, the first thing I decided to do was to start a club called “Go Club”. Go is a Chinese traditional board game. In Chinese, it is called “Wei … Continue reading Humans of Toronto #FamilyLove

“Unstructured” by Aiden Muscovitch

Riding my heart, flying like a kite.  Awaken my love, awaken my light.  Channel my soul, control my mind.  Have my life, take away my night.  Everlasting eyes, peering at a gaze.  Long-lasting love will never be the same. + Never Won’t happen, the past is inevitable.  Always watching, I am pitiful.  Take your time, you’re already beautiful.  All you do is doubt, flaws are … Continue reading “Unstructured” by Aiden Muscovitch

Whats Happening with Climate Change?

Author: Ellaha S. Since 1948, average temperatures in Canada have been increasing by 1.7 degrees celsius. There will be more rain, and sea levels will rise. Warm water will become increasingly noticeable over the next century.  According to Natural Resources Canada, more than 95 percent of the sea ice will be gone by 2100. Areas of permafrost (frozen ground) are thawing, which causes ice roads … Continue reading Whats Happening with Climate Change?

3 Low-Budget Things To Do For Halloween In Toronto

By: Sacha S. Let’s face it, high school students are pretty broke in Toronto. We carry a $5 bill in our pocket and wonder, “Should I spend this on the new Popeye’s sandwich or the TTC?” and, “Is there anything in Toronto that I can buy with $5 that is authentic?” Planning your future events on a low budget and handling school stress can be … Continue reading 3 Low-Budget Things To Do For Halloween In Toronto

Volunteering Opportunities for November

By: Francesca C, Daria D, Sonika H, Ellaha S Holland-Bloorview Rehabilitation Hospital Volunteer at Holland-Bloorview! Holland-Bloorview is Canada’s largest pediatric rehabilitation hospital, and is now looking for volunteers for the school year programs (Sep – June). Volunteers will get the chance to assist children with disabilities in learning, sports, and other activities. Volunteers must be: Over 16 yrs of age Have one day per week … Continue reading Volunteering Opportunities for November