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Learn and Serve student, Zack Kindel, organized a Special Olympics Big Feet Meet for Colonial Forge's Special Education/ID students as his individual class project. In attendance were 31 student athletes, 35 student volunteers, and 10 faculty/staff members. A special thanks to Forge Learn and Serve students, and the Forge Track Team.
2018-2019 Parking Permit Application Information
YOU MUST BRING STUDENT’S DRIVER’S LICENSE, VEHICLE REGISTRATION, PROOF OF INSURANCE, $75 CASH OR CHECK, AND THESE COMPLETED DOCUMENTS TO PURCHASE A PERMIT. PLEASE NOTE THAT STUDENT MUST BE LEGALLY ABLE TO DRIVE ON STREET ALONE ON DATE OF PURCHASE. NO LEARNER’S PERMIT! THIS STUDENT OR AN ADULT FAMILY REPRESENTATIVE MUST BE PRESENT FOR PURCHASE.
REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL VEHICLE PERMIT: You may purchase an additional permit for a secondary vehicle if you provide a copy of this vehicle’s registration, check or cash for $10 fee and this completed form. This registration must clearly state the home address of the student. This permit must be affixed to the upper left-hand corner (driver’s side) of the windshield of this vehicle.
Decorate Your Parking Spot
Volunteers Needed for Textbook Inventory
Parking Enforcement has Increased
Please be sure to have a valid parking permit affixed to your car. If you drive a different family vehicle please be sure to see Mrs. Wieners when you come into the building. Unauthorized vehicles parked on school premises risk being towed. Students risk disciplinary action.
Colonial Forge Summer Camp Information
Colonial Forge offers many Sports Camps for all ages. Click here for more information about our summer camps.
Colonial Forge High School Giant A+ Rewards
Giant® A+ Bonus Bucks Program
Use your Giant Bonus Card to support our school with your grocery purchases.
The program is called the A+ School Rewards Program. Our school receives funding donations that vary on the amount of points that you receive with your Bonus Card. The program has donated over $50 million to schools across the United States.
Visit www.giantfood.com and select Savings & Rewards. Follow the prompts to create your online account. You will need your 12-digit GIANT CARD number and the School ID #.
School ID Number: 03692
Give Back to Schools OfficeMax Rewards Program
Required Parent Meeting for Behind the Wheel Participation
The following meeting dates are available to provide access to all parents. If the meeting at your teen's school is not convenient or timely, you are encouraged to attend a meeting at an alternate school site. The program is approximately ninety minutes long and begins at 7:00 p.m. Since the program’s inception, the number one recommendation has been to require the student to attend; therefore, since 2006 mandatory attendance of this meeting by both the parent and the student has been a requirement.
- Students and parents must attend the meeting together.
- Please arrive 15 minutes early due to the sign-in process.
- No one will be admitted 10 minutes after the meeting begins.
Activity Bus InformationActivity Bus runs Monday - Thursday and departs from school at 5:00 PM
Activity Hall is held in the library from 3:00 - 5:00 PMStudents must have a pass from their teacher/coach in order to ride bus.Students not riding activity bus must leave the building at 2:30.Activity Bus starts on Sept. 5th.Bus 15:04 Ramoth Church Parking Lot5:05 Kellogg Mill Rd @ Mountain View Fire Dept.5:17 Truslow Rd @ Norfolk St5:21 Gayle MS Bus LoopBus 25:04 RTMS Bus Loop5:09 HHPMS Bus Loop5:19 Anthony Burns ES Bus Loop5:27 Red Oak Dr. @ Church Parking LotBus 35:05 Augustine @ Clubhouse5:17 Mt. Olive Rd @ Mt. Olive Church Parking Lot5:19 Mt. Olive Rd @ Arden Ln5:28 University Blvd @ Clubhouse Stafford Lakes5:30 Rocky Run ES @ Bus Loop
Forge Vision, Mission and Motto
Vision for our School:
We are a community of learners engaged in a quest for academic excellence and committed to civic and social responsibility. We are unwavering in our belief that we must act with integrity and treat each other with respect.
Mission of our School:
Colonial Forge High School is to foster the development of an environment that will facilitate learning for all students, promote ethical decision-making, self-esteem, and respect for others, and foster the development of self-sufficient adults.
Colonial Forge High School Motto:
Where Everyone Can Dare To Soar!
We, at CFHS, believe that the education process is a shared endeavor of the instructional team. This team is composed of teachers, administrators, parents, and the community. In our efforts to facilitate this process, we have developed expectations of our team members.