Our Blue Ribbon School of Excellence is committed to academic excellence and preparation for college. Equal in importance is the focus on developing community and citizenship skills in a multicultural society.
A perfectionist should NOT go to FHHS. Teachers often take the initiation to teach a subject at least 3 different ways. If none of those ways are what you are used to you must learn to adapt. With a different ...
A shy student who needs help with public speaking and generally expressing themselves should attend FHHS without a doubt. With over 4,000 students in the school, it's impossible to avoid speaking and both students and staff are eager ...
Carl Sagan Science/Math Honors Academy, Richard A. Brown Honors Law Institute, Science and Social Science Research, Health Professions and Hospital Science, Business Academy, Flags Academy - Foreign Language Academy for a Global Society (focus will be on use of foreign language in the international business community), Virtual Enterprises Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program, Drama Academy, Instructional and Voice Performing Academy, College Now, Public Service Academy
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Student Teacher Ratio
22 : 1
48% Male / 52% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Forest Hills High School.
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 42 incidents of bullying last year at Forest Hills High School, which equals 0.0108 incidents per student.
Amnesty International, Arista/National Honor Society, Art, Bio-Medical Journal, Chess, Chinese/Korean/Japanese, Community Service Programs, Concert Choir, Dance, Debate Team, Forester Yearbook, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Guitar, Honor Societies in Major Subjects, Indian, Jazz Band, Key Club, Latin Dance, Math Team, Mock Trial, Moot Court, Multicultural, Origami, Peer Mediation and Negotiation, Performing Arts (Broadway Production), Photography, Poetry, Russian, School Newspaper, School Newspaper (Beacon), Shakespeare, SING, Student Government, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), We The People Competition