Skip To Main Content

Toggle Close Container

Mobile Main Nav

Header Holder

Header Top - Mobile

Header Top

Header Bottom

Toggle Menu Container

Header Logo Title

Header Bottom Right Column

District Nav Canvas

Toggle District Canva Container

District Navigation

Mobile District Nav

Horizontal Nav


Principal's Corner


Greetings Panther Family!

It is with great excitement and enthusiasm that I come to you as the Proud Principal of the illustrious Forest Park High School. Go Panthers! 

Forest Park High School is a school with great traditions and a legacy of greatness. I intend to honor that legacy through working diligently with all stakeholders towards continuous improvement and increased educational outcomes for all Forest Park High School scholars. Through this shared vision, I fervently believe that Forest Park High School will become the premier high school in the Southeast. 

Since 2013, when I first served as the Media Specialist here at Forest Park High School, I have witnessed and appreciated the dedication, resiliency, and talent that resides within our campus and extends to our greater community. 

From a philosophical standpoint, my personal mantra can be simply stated as “Excellence. Every Day.” In the words of Aristotle, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” Excellence is a habit that we already exhibit and it is my intention to make sure that we extend that excellence to all stakeholders. 

Nothing has been more rewarding than watching our scholars and teammates grow and thrive. We will begin a new era of “Excellence. Every Day.”


Dr. Kim A. Dancy received her appointment as Principal of Forest Park High School in Spring 2023. Prior to this appointment, she served as Assistant Principal at Forest Park High School as well as the School Library Media Specialist before becoming Assistant Principal.

A native of Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Dancy graduated from SUNY Binghamton with a major in History. After moving to Atlanta, she received her Master of Science degree in Library Service from Clark Atlanta University. She holds a Specialist’s in Education in Instructional Technology and a Doctorate of Education in School Improvement, both from the University of West Georgia. 

Dr. Dancy has two children, James (26) and Adrianne (24).