Community Night - Thursday, 11/15

Please join us for dinner, book fair, and programming:

5:30 - Early Literacy Parent Talk
5:30 - Night in the Upper School (rising 9th graders)
6:00 - Movie Night for 5-7th graders
6:30 - Kindergarten Interest Meeting
6:30 - Upper School Summer Enrichment Info Meeting

See you at Community Night!


Collaborative Community

It’s an extended family where you’re connected, supported, and engaged.

The Forsyth experience draws upon a shared sense of community and respect. On our campus, teachers, staff, parents, and students all come together for one common goal – an exceptional educational experience.

In every way possible, through academics and exploration, we continually discover new ways to work and discover together, forming a unique bond that empowers the students now and inspires them well into the future. Above all, this shared spirit creates an environment where young minds can take risks and try new things.

We know we can all learn from one another. If you feel the same way, we invite you to be part of our collaborative community.

Statement of Community: As a member of the Forsyth Country Day School community, I will maintain my honor and integrity at all times by creating and upholding an atmosphere of trust, respect, kindness, and consideration for all members of the school community.

Here's How the Magic Happens...

  • Our teachers and students build special bonds. They know each other well. The lines of communication are always open so the learning can go both ways.
  • Our parents are welcome any time. We encourage them to play an active role in their child’s education. Because they’re an integral part of our collaborative community, we respect their feedback and thank them for their involvement.
  • It’s pretty remarkable to see our students interact with their teachers, advisors, college counselors, coaches, directors, and dining hall servers. In our nurturing environment, they grow to become inquisitive learners, advocates, and leaders. Students are clearly at the center of our community.
  • Our students serve their community – both on and off campus. Being part of something bigger than themselves creates caring and compassionate individuals.