Monthly Archive: December, 2015

SUS Profile

  How do you style your hair? “I usually blow dry it the night before because it’s too much work to do the night before. So, I shower, blow dry my hair and… Continue reading

FSSA Boys’ Basketball Schedule

To Protect and Serve our Students

Students often feel as if school safety guards are against them and simply looking for a reason to bother them. There have been cases in which kids believe that guards are unfair or abuse… Continue reading

Snaking Through the Crowds on National Portfolio Day

Portfolios poured through the open doors along with their respective owners, and I was one of them on the recent National Portfolio Day at New York City’s Jacob Javits Convention Center. Others whose age… Continue reading

Sinatra Reacts to End of a Basketball Era

Two championships, one MVP, two Finals MVPs, seventeen All Star Selections and three Gold Medals over 19 seasons have culminated into a legendary career for Kobe Bean Bryant. On November 11th, 2015, Kobe… Continue reading

FSSA Welcomes New Cheerleading Squad

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts has finally added a cheerleading team to its school.  For all of FSSA’s duration a cheerleading team was sadly never created; however, thanks to Jada Debose and… Continue reading

Feeling Feelings at the Museum of Feelings

Introducing New York City’s newest pop-up, a mini museum that’s in the area for a limited time only, a place where guests get to actually feel feelings. The Museum of Feelings located at Brookfield… Continue reading

FSSA Showcases 100th Year Sinatra Celebration

In honor of what would have been Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday, this year’s Holiday concert and art show will be transformed into a celebration of our school’s namesake. The 100th Anniversary Sinatra Tribute will… Continue reading

SUS Profile

What would you say is the biggest misconception about you? “People automatically think I’m really rude or intimidating, probably because of my piercings and my face in general. When I first speak to… Continue reading

Peer Tutoring Takes Off at FSSA

Peer tutoring at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts is a relatively new program, specifically geared toward students who need help in math and science. It was implemented and created a few years… Continue reading