Monthly Archive: December, 2014

Seasons Concert of Life and Love

Normally on the last Friday night before Christmas break, one would assume most teenagers would rather be anywhere than near their high school. They should be partying, going to the movies, and simply… Continue reading

Vessio: FSSA’s Resident Rock Stars

As a student at an arts school, do you ever look around and wonder which of your friends are going to get famous? Well, Dante Vessio and his sister Misia, a graduate of the class… Continue reading

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Mr. Lopez Celebrates First Feature Film

Mr. Lopez, the 9th and 11th grade film teacher at FSSA  doesn’t only teach classes about film, he creates them, too. Mr. Lopez and his brother, John Marco Lopez recently collaborated to produce… Continue reading

SUS: Student Profile

Are you excited for the spring productions? “Yeah, it’s great! It’s always an exciting time and Sinatra never fails to put on a great show.” What made you want to Act? “Honestly, it… Continue reading

The College Process: Are we Paying for Stress?

  The painful, tedious, and grueling college process is something that us seniors are all too familiar with. Essays, deadlines, and supplements seem to consume our lives so much that we are unable… Continue reading

Sinatra Wins at Journalism Conference

It may not be a Tony, an Oscar, a Grammy, or an Emmy, but for high school journalists, it’s the next best thing. Select students from Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA)… Continue reading

SUS: Student Profile

  What would you hope and see yourself doing in the future? “Being a cartoonist, especially for T. V. shows leading towards a more anime point of view.” Have you thought about life… Continue reading

A Poppin’ Start to the Year

When you think of instrumental concerts at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) you think of classical, old fashioned music, but in reality, it is more than that. On November 14, 2014… Continue reading