This page contains the most commonly needed information over the summer. Please use the helpful information and links below to answer any questions you might have.
If you can't find what you're looking for on this page, access the Summer Staff directory to see how to contact our summertime employees.
Summer Office Hours
Open 9 AM to 3 PM Closed
Additionally, some staff may be gone or unavailable on certain days. Please see the Summer Staff to find out when individual staff members are out of the office on open days.
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Starting July 17, offices will be open normal hours, Mon-Fri 8 AM to 3:30 PM.
Important Summer Dates
Click on each date to learn more about that event.
Drivers' License Information
For students requiring ADAP forms, South Forsyth High School does not keep any physical records of ADAP completion through Health or Driver's Ed classes. If students took ADAP as part of their Health or Driver's Ed course at SFHS, they were instructed by the teacher to email the completion form to themselves, and/or save it in their FCS Google Drive or OneDrive.
Another option is to take the class online at https://online.dds.ga.gov/eADAP/studentsIndex.aspx.
For more information, you should contact the Georgia Department of Driver Services.
Certificates of Enrollment
If you require a Certificate of Enrollment to verify that your student is enrolled in South Forsyth High School, you will need to report to the school's main office during office hours to obtain one. Any staff member can assist you obtaining a Certificate.
Work Permit Information
For students needing school verification for employment, they should be provided with paperwork from their employer, including the MSK number generated by the Georgia Department of Labor.
Contact the Summer Staff by email or phone to schedule an appointment to come to the school to obtain that school verification document.
Click on each role to view that person's contact information.
Email is the most reliable way to contact staff over the summer, or calling to make an appointment to come in and speak to someone face-to-face.
Registering for School
Welcome to South Forsyth High School! If you are new to Forsyth County Schools, your first stop should be New Student Registration.
Once your registration is completed by the district office, you will be contacted by Ms. Courtney Johnson (Lead Counselor) or Mrs. Rebecca Hewitt (Assistant Principal) to discuss your child’s courses for next year and answer any questions you have regarding transitioning to a new school.
Prior to our conversation, we wanted to provide information related to our course offerings for family discussion and review.
Hybrid Schedule Information
(partial face-to-face and partial virtual courses)
Student Access to Computer Accounts
Upon completion of registration, the SFHS Counseling department will provide you with a document which includes your username and password, and some helpful links to access FCS online resources. If you have trouble accessing your account, or do not receive notification from our counselors, you can contact our Technology Specialist (see contact info above) for assistance.
The most convenient portal to access all FCS resources is Classlink at https://classlink.forsythk12.org. New students may not have access to all resources they will need right away, as many of those resources are rostered and unlocked closer to the beginning of the school year.
Access to itsLearning and Canvas
Access to all itsLearning courses will end on June 30. The district contract with itsLearning runs out on that date.
For the 2023-2024 school year, Forsyth County Schools will be using the Canvas platform as its learning management system. Courses in that platform, including non-academic school-based courses, will most likely not be accessible until the beginning of the school year. For more information, you can contact the Technology Specialist.
Computer account access for recent graduates is disabled once the Student Information department marks a student's record as having matriculated. If a graduate needs short-term access to their account - for example, to access or download assignments from their Google Drive or OneDrive - they should fill out this form. Access to their account will be granted on two occasions - once just after the end of the previous school year, and again towards the end of the summer (some time in mid-July). After that, graduates should expect that their computer accounts and all data stored in them will be deleted by the end of August.