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The Do’s and Don’ts of Prom

The Do’s and Don’ts of Prom

Prowler Staff

March 20, 2018

Do’s Eat a good dinner. Thank your parents for all they are doing. Have extra money and your phone in case of emergencies. Bring dancing shoes. Wear what looks best on you. Come with positivity. Avoid being on your phone, unless you are taking pictures. Dance your heart out. ...

Across the Decades- Prom Prices

Across the Decades- Prom Prices

Makayla Doyle, Writer

March 16, 2018

1980’s:    Some called it "The Rise of the Yuppie" or "The Reagan Revolution" as teenagers became obsessed with cable networks, such as MTV.  They were glued to screen while watching videos like Michael Jackson's "Thriller" or singing "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey.  Movie-goers enjoyed ET-The Extr...

In Memory of Jon Peret

In Memory of Jon Peret

Kelsey Mitchell, Editor

March 1, 2018

On January 31, 2018, beloved Carolina Forest High School Science teacher, Jon Reed Peret passed away of Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. Peret was born in Annapolis, Maryland on June 28, 1968 to eventually come to South Carolina and become a high school teacher, as well as a college professor. He dedicated...

Panthers Involved in FCA’s Coastal Area Banquet

Panthers Involved in FCA’s Coastal Area Banquet

Ann Twigg, Advisor

February 20, 2018

On February 13, Ocean Lakes Campground hosted the 2018 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Spring Banquet, featuring Shane Williamson, FCA's President and CEO.  Williamson, by the way, was our first varsity football coach at CFHS when we opened in 1997.  FCA members who attended were Bowman Davis, Julien...

Wrapping up Sweetheart Week

Hannah Ali, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

Carolina Forest High School’s February started off with a bang: Sweetheart Week! With class competitions each day, spirits were high, and we swept into the weekend with a final pep rally. The daily events included dress-up and class competition days.  Monday’s theme was Mathletes vs Athletes; ...

Teacher Cadets Rock!!!

Teacher Cadets Rock!!!

February 11, 2018

Despite not meeting as a class each day, our Teacher Cadets continue to share their time and talents to CFHS.  On Thursday, Feb. 8, Emily Brittingham, Chaeli Castle, Hannah Meeks, and Maria Pino met with Ms. Twigg for a Domino's dinner and rock painting. Throughout the spring semester, they will...

Virtual Enterprise State Business Plan Competition

Virtual Enterprise State Business Plan Competition

February 9, 2018

On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, the two CFHS Virtual Enterprise firms competed in the State Business Plan Competition. The Pharside team, lead by Caylee Stack, finished a close 2nd behind Greer High School. The Young Everywhere team, led by Austin Noreck, finished 4th. Both teams did exceptionally well...

Congratulations, We the People!

Congratulations, We the People!

Hannah Ali, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018

On Saturday, January 20, our We the People team won second place in the state competition at Columbia, coming in close behind River Bluff High School. This is the second year in a row that our We the People team has won second place, now bringing back three of the six unit awards that make up the co...

Small Town, Big World

Makayla Doyle, Writer

January 18, 2018

Small Town Big World Growing up in a small town like Harlem, Georgia, there are no unknowns because it is such a small community and area. Everybody eats at the same restaurants, goes to the same churches and attends the same schools. Moving to the beach was a big change for me. It is such a large...

Teacher Cadet Pen Pals

Kaya Perry, Author

December 14, 2017

The Teacher Cadet program is a class at Carolina Forest that allows students to learn the values of teaching and gain leadership skills. It helps them build a background for future teaching careers or leadership positions. Although not all students who take this class become teachers, they leave the...

From Armenia to America

From Armenia to America

Kelsey Mitchell, Editor

December 14, 2017

Many aren't aware of how many different cultures our school represents. One of the many cultures is the Armenian culture represented by Gayaneh Gasparyan. She came to America 4 months ago for the chance to travel, experience a different culture, and learn our language. In May, she will return to Armenia...

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