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November, 2016

  • 10 November

    FHA Hosts Successful Guy-O-Ween

    Forest Heights Academy held a very successful post-Halloween trunk-or-treat event on Friday, November 4. This year, the school combined the concept of trunk-or-treat (establishing a central location for children to trick or treat out of the backs of cars) with Guy Fawkes (typically celebrated November 5.) Guy-O-Ween, as the event …

October, 2016

  • 28 October

    Judo Gives to Interact’s Hurricane Fund

    The Abaco Judo Club made a donation to Forest Heights Academy’s Interact Club to assist in relief efforts for persons affected by Hurricane Matthew which impacted the Bahamas in early October.

July, 2016

  • 28 July

    FHA Interact Club Donates E-Readers to Children’s Home

      The Interact Club of Forest Heights, which is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Abaco, made a donation to the Ranfurly Homes for Children. The Club donated a grand total of twenty eight Kindle Fires for the orphans.  

October, 2015

  • 15 October

    Chalk Art Festival to Raise Money for Interact Clubs

    The Rotary Club of Abaco is conducting its 7th annual Chalk Art Sidewalk festival on December 13, 2015. It will be held behind the tent on the waterfront at the Abaco Beach resort. The Festival aims to raise $3,000 to support the community service programs and leadership training for the …

March, 2013

  • 18 March

    Forest Heights receives Green Flag certification as an Eco-Friendly School

    Deep Creek Middle School in Eleuthera was the first school to receive Green Flag Certification in The Bahamas and in the Caribbean, and now Forest Heights Academy has joined the ranks.

November, 2012

  • 15 November

    An evening of fire at Forest Heights Academy

    Fire was the theme of the evening on November 2 at Forest Heights Academy. The annual event celebrating Guy Fawkes attempt to blow up the House of Lords in 1605 was again enacted at Forest Heights Academy. Following the traditional English celebration of the gunpowder plot, fire crackers, bon fire, fireworks and six “guys” ready to be burnt were set in the far field at the edge of the high school lawn. The event was held three days ahead of time, but at a more convenient date as it fell on a Friday.