The Forest High School Community is committed to providing the skills and education necessary for students to reach their full potential.
Reflecting the past with architectural details and a tradition of excellence while celebrating the present with modern facilities and contemporary curriculum, Forest High School strives to meet the needs of our school community.
FHS provides a technology rich environment across a comprehensive blend of academic and technical courses. Forest consistently produces a high number of National Merit scholars, Bright Future Scholarship recipients and a high percentage of students who advance to post secondary studies.
Student drop off is on the west side of campus only. Please keep right as you enter campus and go all the way around to the drop off area by the auditorium and gym.
There is no student drop off or pick up in front of the school except by special needs students with written permission. Please make arrangements to pick up your student on the west side of the school.
Parents, Marion County Public Schools wants to hear from you. The district and its 53 schools want to know how they can better serve students, parents, caregivers, and other stakeholders in our local community. With parents taking more interest in their children’s education, the district’s latest Parent Survey is now available online and at each school.
Parents can access the survey at www.marionschools.net/parentsurvey. The survey is available in both English and Spanish.
Custodial parents/guardians may go to any school where they have a child enrolled to receive login and password information.
Photo ID must be provided to obtain login and password information.
For more information, please click Skyward Family Access link above.
Activity periods will be held during CAT Time.
First Bell - 8:40am
1st (A)/2nd (B) - 8:45-10:20
CAT Period (includes announcements) - 10:25-11:05
3rd (A)/ 4th (B) - 11:10-1:15
11:05-11:35 A Lunch
11:40-12:10 B Lunch
12:10-12:45 C Lunch
12:45-1:15 D Lunch
5th (A)/ 6th (B) 1:20-2:55