One of the largest 2-year community colleges in the state of North Carolina, Forsyth Technical Community College serves students in Winston-Salem and its surrounding area. Forsyth Tech’s Student Success Center employs a number of personal and career counselors as well as academic advisors to guide students through their community college experience. For students looking to become teachers, the Center for Transformative Learning offers classes and programs that enhance educational skills and strategies. In his 2011 State of the Union Address, President Barack Obama cited Forsyth Tech as an exemplar of educational reform serving a low-income community.
Forsyth Tech is a good school to go to is all you want are the basics of post-secondary education. I would not recommend taking online classes unless you have taken them before and have done exceptionally well because you can get distracted very easily. Overall, the classes are a little easier than university/college courses!
Bianca from Winston Salem, NC
great teachers/school in general, except their office workers could use a refresher on how to enter grades correctly! my transcript reads 2 c's where i had a's (in pe and algebra) and it cannot be fixed at all now.