Monthly Archive: June, 2019

ProPublica Tests “Aggression Detectors” at FSSA

Nonprofit news org. ProPublica reached out to Mr. Scheiner’s journalism class at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) to help test fit California-based Louroe Electronics’ “aggression detectors” to check for bias, efficacy and accuracy.… Continue reading

Dear Freshmen

Dear Freshmen, Welcome to Frank Sinatra Schools of the Arts, I know as you begin these next four years you have many exceptions. You’ll walk through the big glass doors and swipe your… Continue reading

College Should Not be Based on How Much You Have

I stared at my phone. It read “Your NYU Admissions Decision is Ready to View.” I sighed. I already knew it was going to be a rejection. After already opening two rejection letters… Continue reading

Two FSSA Seniors are Headed to Juilliard

James Picarello and Alex Haskins are graduating seniors at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) and they have both been accepted into the Juilliard School. James has been playing the french horn… Continue reading

What we Learned in High School

The environments we are in and the people we surround ourselves with contribute tremendously to who we are and who we will become. Emotional, yet excited for the next chapter, Frank Sinatra School… Continue reading