By Karen A. BoeselerApril 28, 2018 6:55pmForsyth County School Districts website shows that Forsyth is the best place to go for your child.
The county is located just west of Syracuse, New York, which has the highest number of high school students in the nation.
The Forsyth community has an annual median household income of $52,700, according to census data, and Forsyth has one of the highest median household debt levels in the state.
Schools are a great choice for a high school student.
There are many choices, according, according with the Forsyth Public Schools website.
“A Forsyth student will be an excellent fit for our district,” the website reads.
“Our high school has a reputation for outstanding teaching and student engagement.”
Some of the top schools in Forsyt include:Homeschool: Forsyth Middle School, Forsyth High School, High School for the Arts, Forsyt High School of Arts, Middle School of Music, Forsythe High School and Forsyth College.
School of Science: Forsyther High School in Forsytene, Forsygort High School on I-94, Forsyoord High School near St. Johns, Forsymoor High School at Lake Geneva, Forsyn High School just east of I-95, Forsyschool in Forsyn, Forsyrt High School outside Forsyria, Forsylord High school and Forsyrton High School.
The district has an enrollment of 1,918 students, including nearly 1,200 students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Students attend the Forsyter High School gymnasium during recess during the day and participate in the school’s school-wide exercise program at night.
Students attend classes from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and some classes are held during the school day.
A teacher also teaches at the school during the summer.
Forsyter County Public Schools offers a number of different types of programs for children.
The district offers free meals for students and parents during the holidays and also offers an array of special programs, including tutoring for gifted students and special instruction.
In 2018, the district hosted an annual event called “Saturdays of Summer” that featured more than 600 students in grades 6-12.
The students took part in arts, fitness and health classes and worked on the district’s outdoor playground.
A lot of Forsyth’s residents choose Forsyts schools for special needs students, said school superintendent Kristi Anderson.
The school system is committed to making its children as inclusive as possible, Anderson said.
“The kids that go to Forsytt will have the opportunity to be part of Forsyt community,” she said.
Freeside is a community of high-achieving students who have the potential to become adults, said Forsytor High School Principal Joe C. Mott.
“I think it’s very important to have kids who are successful in life, who can get ahead in life and who are able to build relationships and bonds,” he said.