March 14, 2020 Dear Mr. Mayor – Your decision not to close NYC public schools amid this unpredictable COVID-19 outbreak is not only unimaginably unwise it is unequivocally wrong. By keeping 1.1… Continue reading →
The United Nations (U.N.) is currently exhibiting artwork from Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) students responding to sexual violence during times of war. Students from Ms. Spata’s 2018 sophomore art class… Continue reading →
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 →
Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ school newspaper The Bennett was awarded second place for its photojournalism submission at the 14th annual NYC High School Journalism Conference at Baruch College.
Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ vocal students had a once in a lifetime opportunity to sing with Tony Bennett during Game 5 of the World Series between The NY Mets and the… Continue reading →
Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA’s) presentation of RENT was a must see musical theatre production. Lead by drama teacher Mr. Cacciola-Price and vocal teacher Ms. Best, RENT featured two amazing casts… Continue reading →
While Tony Bennett and Lady GaGa have always been notable for their larger than life talents, who knew they could deliver something that sounds like it’s dug up straight from the jazz era.… Continue reading →
Students at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts capped off the 2013-2014 star-studded school year with an unprecedented Q&A session and private concert performed by school founder Tony Bennett and special guest Lady… Continue reading →