FSSA’s 10th Annual Academic Fair

On Thursday, March 23rd 2017, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) hosted its 10th Annual Academic Fair. Open to students, parents and faculty, this fair gave students a chance to present their… Continue reading

A Push for More AP Classes

High school AP courses are offered in many subjects in high school’s around the country including history, calculus, science, and English. At the end of each AP course, students have the option to take the… Continue reading

The Music Man Review

The  atrium was filled to the brim with the anticipation of greatness. Countless people scrambled to purchase last minute tickets and find family members who seem to have misplaced time. The atrium in three hours… Continue reading

Mini Economy Madness

  It’s the second half of the school year at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) and seniors are in the final stretch. Senioritis is in full swing, but there’s one last… Continue reading

The Bennett Wins at Adelphi’s Quill Awards

On Wednesday, March 22, 2017, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ student newspaper, The Bennett received three awards in three different categories at the annual Quill Awards hosted at Adelphi University. The Bennett received a… Continue reading

Celebrating 15 Years of Sinatra

  In the 15 years that Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) has been in existence, the school and its community have evolved in various ways. Both long and short term changes… Continue reading

The Music Man in the Making

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts opens their main stage production of Music Man this week. This show has been in the making since last May when auditions began. The cast, crew and orchestra endured… Continue reading

Fox Comes to FSSA

On March 2nd, 2017, Fox News’ Bill Hemmer, co-anchor of America’s Newsroom from 9am to 11am ET, visited Frank Sinatra School of the Arts to answer student journalists’ questions. His presence and social stature immediately… Continue reading

Circle Through NY Art Exhibit Includes FSSA

Artists, Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin, have partnered with the Guggenheim Museum to create a social art piece involving diverse communities that will be traveling around NYC. The project, “Circle Through New York,”… Continue reading

Broadway, Here we Come

On January 30th, 2017 during a school assembly kicking off the spring semester the stage was filled with joyous screams from students, as their theatre teacher, Mr. Cacciola-Price announced to the whole cast,… Continue reading