By: Nicholas Pope Mehul Sarin! Mehul is a grade 10 student and the Junior Vice President at Forest Hill Collegiate Institute and loves everything the school has to offer. I had the pleasure of interviewing him at lunchtime, getting to know more about him as well as what his interests are. I hope you have … More Humans of FHCI: Mehul Sarin, Junior Vice President
by: Vida Adair-Matus Jennifer Smith is one of two child youth workers in our school. Her room, known as The Hive, works to provide a safe and comfortable environment for each student who needs it. The more I talked to my peers about Jenn, the more I was about the role she takes on in … More Humans of FHCI: Jennifer Smith
Watch short films by some talented grade 11 students: Ellaha, Mike, and Sarah
Watch short films by some talented grade 12 students: Maya, Aden, and Charlie
By: Brooke Mirabella What grade are you in? – “Grade 11” Are you happy to be back in-person this year? – “Yeah, I am glad we will get to experience normal high school to some extent this year” What has been your favourite class this year? – “I have actually really enjoyed my physics class … More Humans of FHCI: Jesse Dale￼
By: Brooke Mirabella What grades are you in? Both: “11.” How long have you known each other? Evan: “Since SK, kindergarten.” Dan: “Yeah, kindergarten at Holy Blossom.” How did you become friends? Dan: “Our cubbies in our kindergarten class were next to each other because our last names are close together so we started talking … More Humans of FHCI (Best Friend Edition): Dan Isenberg and Evan Kerzner
By: Brooke Mirabella – What grade are you in? “Grade 11.” – Are you happy to be back at school? Why? “Yeah kind of. I like school but I do miss online school because I had a nice routine going on and its kinda hard to stay motivated. I do like seeing my friends and … More Humans of FHCI: Emmy Pressman
By: Vida Adair Matus Do you have any tips for incoming grade 9s to manage their workload? When I was in Grade 9, I managed my workload by using scheduling apps which helped out a ton. The peace of mind that comes with having your week planned out is unmatched. It’s such a convenient thing … More Humans of FHCI: Aiden Muscovitch, Social Justice Rep.
By: Maha Omer Why did you decide to run for grade 9 rep? I decided to run for grade 9 rep because going into Forest Hill I only knew a few people, and I thought this was the perfect opportunity to put myself out there to meet new people. I knew especially this year it … More Humans of FHCI: Samara Golger, Grade 9 Rep
Forest Hill has the best staff! Check out these awesome videos that they have put together for you, the students!
Hey Forest Hill! In attempt to spread light and positivity during these times, student council has been planning initiatives to help out 🙂 Enjoy!! #weareinthistogether #stayathome
By: Tatiana C. What is a hidden talent or skill of yours? I am a jazz percussionist. It is the ultimate source of meditation. What were you before you became a teacher? I continue to be a playwright, a librettist, a songwriter, a musician, an undercover cop, a music critic, a dance maker, a … More Teachers of FHCI: Ms. Roca
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 … More Couples of FHCI: Abby and Evan
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 … More Humans of Toronto #HardWorkingMan
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 … More Humans of Toronto #ImmigrantExperience
Poetry inspired by Pablo Neruda — created by Ciara C and Danielle D. An original poetic piece by Pedro G.
By Deniz A. If there is one thing I can say tell you about life, it would be that you need to make sacrifices to see the most important things in your world to thrive. In this case my baby boy. Before I can get to that, let me explain where it all started. My … More Humans of Toronto #SingleMother