Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401


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  • April 29Seeds Open Mic Night on May 3 at 4 p.m. in Grandview Public Market
  • April 29AICE English Language Exam on May 3 at 8 a.m.
  • April 29Orchestra Concert on May 2 at 6:30 p.m. in Meyer Hall
  • April 29US History EOC on May 2 at the Gym and Media Center at 8 a.m.
  • April 29SGA Officer Elections Online on May 2-3
  • April 29BSU Block Party on May 1 at 11:19 a.m. in the cafeteria
  • April 29Spring into College Series on May 1 at 11:19 a.m. in room 1-401
  • April 29Aice English General Paper Exam on May 1 at 8 a.m.
  • April 29Decisions and Donuts on May 1 at 7:45 a.m. in the Cafeteria
  • April 29Slam Poetry EOY Banquet on April 30 at 4 p.m. at City Pizza
Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401


Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401


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Nov. 1-Nov. 6 News Brief

Soccer, club photos, dance concert, formal Friday, and Speech and Debate

Nov. 2

Girls soccer tryouts begin

After tryouts were postponed from Oct. 18 due to the absence of a coaching position, girls soccer tryouts commenced Nov. 2 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. English teacher Theresa Beerman volunteered to be the girls coach for the 2021 winter season and stood among the players as she took down names and conducted drills during the tryouts. Players underwent passing, shooting, and scrimmage drills to narrow the pool of applicants. Tryouts will continue on Nov. 8 after they were postponed due to weather conditions. The team’s first game is expected to take place Nov. 13.

Boys soccer has their first game

Katie Davis

Players arrived at school on Tuesday, in jerseys and gear, ready for their first game of the season against Somerset Academy Canyons. Somerset Academy Canyons eventually beat the Jaguars 2-0.


Nov. 3 and 4

Club Photo Day 

Photo courtesy of Angelia Capalbo

After passes were handed out over the past two weeks, students filed into the gym for yearbook’s annual club photo days. 95 different organizations were photographed on Nov. 3 and 4. ranging from honor societies to community service clubs. Each was photographed during a designated time slot over the two photo days. Rostered organization members left class 10 minutes before their appointed time and were escorted to either side of the gym after presenting a pass and receiving a white seat card to ensure that their names were listed in the appropriate order for the yearbook. 

“Even though it was a lot of work, the Marquee staff was super collaborative and made the experience enjoyable,” communications junior and Marquee editor Angelia Capalbo said. “The huge clubs were a little difficult … but I like all the running around especially because the final result does so much for the reference section of the yearbook.”


Nov. 5

Fall Dance Concert

Sofia Hennessey-Correa

The dance department performed their fall concert, “Rezoom,” featuring all members of the department. After months of both individual and group preparation, pieces were executed showcasing a variety of styles and paying tribute to the late musical artist, Aretha Franklin. 

“It was wonderful to be back on stage and be able to have an audience to dance for,” dance senior Alex Jones said. “It was really a nice sigh of relief from quarantine.”

Formal Friday

Photo courtesy of Julia Smerling

Despite the stormy weather, formal wear filled campus as students dressed for success during Formal Friday. The SGA-sponsored event was developed and advertised on social media. 

Regarding how the idea came to fruition, communications senior and SGA president Christian Chantayan said, “I love the spirit and quirkiness of Dreyfoos. After everyone dressed up for Halloween, I wanted to get people to dress up again. Initially, I wanted people to wear costumes as a school-wide gag, but (people liked) the idea of dressing up in fancy clothing.”


Nov. 6

Palm Beach Catholic Forensic League #3 at Park Vista High School

Park Vista hosted this month’s Palm Beach Catholic Forensic League Speech and Debate tournament. The tournament garnered speech and debate competitors in nearly all offered events and allowed participants to showcase speaking skills in front of judges. After multiple rounds, results were announced during an awards ceremony where those who placed receive a ribbon or trophy. 

“(The) tournament has taught us that we always have room for improvement and that improvement comes from more practice and more commitment to Speech and Debate,” communications freshman Jeremiah Alondra said. “I’m confident for the next tournament. We’ll push forward and do exponentially better than we did.”  


Congressional Debate:

1st Place – Arik Karim

1st Place – Charlie Blackwell

2nd Place – Jasmine Mullings

3rd Place – Shailee Patel

3rd Place – Sheevam Patel

3rd Place and Best Presiding Officer – James McIntyre

5th Place – Sofia Derk

5th Place – William Dhana

5th Place – Bailee Simmers

6th Place – Jeremiah Alondra

6th Place – Benji Gans

6th Place – Sofia Manocchio


Dramatic Performance:

1st Place – Riley Flynn


Informative Speaking:

2nd Place – Alex Pham

3rd Place – Kate Wagner


Lincoln Douglas Debate:

3rd Place – Max Preble


Original Oratory:

2nd Place – Mariana Colom

2nd Place – Olivia Arnold


Program Oral Interpretation:

4th Place – Sofia Hennessey-Correa


Public Forum Debate – Novice:

4th Place – Josiah Manners and Aidan Smith

6th Place – Cloe Barrau and Capri Wayne


Public Forum Debate – Varsity:

2nd Place – Ephram Jacob and Harrison Mandell


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