Doing What You Love

More than one hundred kids audition, but there are only 30 seats. Round 1: Sing, Round 2: Dance, Round 3: Act. Round by round people were cut and the audition process grew harder.… Continue reading

The perspective of a Millennial horn player

The young musician spoke with passion in his voice as the individual sounds of a busy classroom gradually meshed into background noise. He described how an orchestra works together and expressed his immense… Continue reading

NYC High School Students Receive Free Reusable Bottles, How S’well

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) students were surprised recently as they received free S’well water bottles while leaving school. S’well partnered with Climate NYC Awareness to donate the reusable water bottles… Continue reading

The Next Generation of Voters Are at Sinatra

On Monday May 21, 2018, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) were students given an opportunity to have their voices heard. Those who were 18 years of age, or would be by… Continue reading

Dear Teachers, Walkouts are Important

April 20, 2018 was a particularly interesting date this year. Not only was it a rather unconventional celebration for some, it also commemorated the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre. It… Continue reading

FSSA Celebrates National Poetry Month

Poetry came alive at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) during National Poetry Month celebrations throughout the week of April 23rd, 2018. Students and teachers alike expressed themselves in a first of its kind… Continue reading

SNL Star Michael Che visits FSSA

On Thursday April 27, the students at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) were delighted with a visit from Michael Che, the comedian and writer at Saturday Night Live (SNL)  for the… Continue reading

How to Ball on a Budget

Times are rough, money’s scarce, college loans are many, and jobs are few. We live in a hard, materialistic world, where teens with certain creative inclination towards, let’s say Dolce & Gabbana, find… Continue reading

Hip-Hop: Then Vs. Now

Hip-hop is not just music. It is a culture and a form of expression that started in the late ’70s as a social-political empowerment movement. Hip-hop initially started as a way to give… Continue reading

Ragtime Echoes the Problems of Today

The institutionalization and systematic racism of African-Americans, an epidemic of wide-spread xenophobia, a metamorphosing country and depictions of power imbalances through economic standings, religion, race, and gender all coalesce in this year’s Frank… Continue reading