Forsyth County Schools' Academics and Accountability Offices are committed to designing learning experiences that reflect high expectations with result in student engagement. Standards-based classrooms are accomplished through purposeful design, quality teaching, balanced assessment, and collaboration with colleagues and students.
Tips to Navigating Our Site
In our left-hand navigation column the following information is available:
Academics: FCS curriculum areas (English/Language Arts, Fine Arts, Health and Physical Education (including Driver's Education), Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and World Languages) and state standards for each, as well as special programs that we provide such as Horizons (gifted), International Baccalaureate (IB), the STEM Academy, and iAchieve Virtual Academy. Additionally, in this area you will find information on our Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) Program, including Career Pathways, Dual Enrollment and Work Based Learning.
Assessment: FCS student assessment calendars, results, and a list of assessments we administer, as well as assessment resources for parents and students.
Common Core Teacher Resources: Grade level pacing guides for Mathematics and English/Language Arts.
Federal and State Programs: Information on the Early Intervention Program (EIP), Homeless Program, Transition Services, Title I and Title III.
Grading and Reporting: A guide for parents on FCS' elementary report cards and quarterly rubric by grade level, and secondary work habit rubric and report cards.
High School Course Digest: Courses offered for students in grades 9-12, as well as the College and Career Readiness Guide for students and parents, and high school graduation requirements.
Investing in Innovation (i3): Details concerning FCS' $4.7 million federal grant.
Overnight/Out-of-State Field Trips: Resources for FCS staff.
Professional Learning: FCS staff resources for learning opportunities.