Forest Heights Academy’s Twenty Fifth Year Anniversary Celebration – Falcon Fest - was held during the evening of April 2. It was a fun and jolly affair that brought together alumni, teachers (past and present) and many parents and family members of attending students.
Friends of the Environment and the Bahamas National Trust proposed that the wetland habitat at Snake Cay Creek, Bight of Old Robinson and Cherokee Sound be put aside for the use of future generations. The proposal states that fishing and conching would still be allowed, but that existing marine resources regulations will be enforced to protect juveniles.
The Forest Heights Academy PTA held their first fundraiser for the New Year on Saturday, January 18, 2014. A Scavenger Hunt started out the day’s activities at 11:30am at Forest Heights Academy, where teams for the hunt were registered and given the rules.
A student of Forest Heights Academy (FHA), Jonnajah Boodle, placed first in the senior category of the Rotary Club of Abaco’s Speech Competition. Her victory allowed the Trophy to return to FHA from the previous year’s winners - SC Bootle High School. FHA held the trophy two years ago.
The administration of Forest Heights Academy expresses their congratulations to the teachers, staff and students for another excellent year of improvements. Students receiving A’s in the BGCSE were up eighteen percent over last year.