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 UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Community Day is April 25, 2015

         For more information about the event and how

to become a vendor click on the links below 

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Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.

GRADES: 9 - 12

SCHOOL UNIFORMS: Mandatory

BEFORE AND AFTER CARE: No

Area: 3 Website

SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT: 7



Mr. Nathaniel Laney, Principal

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COL (Ret)Hubert Bagley, Commandant 

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Vision Statement:  

Forestville High school's learning environment is one that is collaborative and utilizes a rigorous educational process to graduate students that are critical thinkers who are college and career ready for the 21st century. 

 
Mission Statement:  

 Forestville High School is to empower students with 21st century skills in order to be college and career ready. We will provide a challenging program that focuses on student centered learning; inspire creative, critical, and analytical thinking with experiences that motivate all students. 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 KNIGHTS TO REMEMBER 

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2015 SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS

This school years Science Fair took place during the last week of January 2015. There was a wonderful turnout of students, especially freshman, with a wide variety of project topics. Even the seniors, who are mostly enrolled in AP courses at the time, teamed up with underclassmen so that they could participate. This years winners included Nava Dwana from the class of 2018, Khristian Henderson from the class of 2017, Shauntel Chisley from the class of 2016, and Marcel Turan and Shaughn Cooper from the class of 2015. Mr. Rahim looks forward to seeing even more participants and projects next year.

 

Written by:

Diamond Nolan, Chaunte’ Munson, Taylor Reeder

 

 

 
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FLAWLESS KNIGHTS

 

The marching Band dancers placed 1st at MAPDA (Mid-Atlantic Pom and Dance Association) for band dancing, 1st place band dancing large group , 2nd place small group hip hop. 

 

 

 

 VFW's "Teachers of the Year"

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Local Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Posts recognized two Forestville High School staff members as "Teachers of the Year."  Dr. Melvin Miles, chair of the Forestville High School Music Department, received an award from VFW Post 7757. Major Clement Goodwine, Army JROTC instructor, received two awards; teacher of the year from VFW Post 3626 and teacher of the year from Maryland VFW District 17.   

 

 

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