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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


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


Dodging his opponent, vocal senior Zidane Guerrier sprints towards the end of the court to score against the Riviera Beach Preparatory Gladiators. Guerrier was later named player of the game, as he made two free throws, spent 40 minutes in the game, and had a final point total of 13. The Jaguars beat 	the Gladiators 52-40 at the Nov. 30 game.
Photo of the Week (12/4)
December 3, 2023
A small choral group performs “Vuelie,” from Disney’s “Frozen”, at the 2023 Prism concert.
A Snapshot of the Concert
November 30, 2023
Strings sophomore Petra Dababneh practices with her bandmates in a backstage storage room before going onstage at the Prism dress rehearsal on Nov. 28. Before each song, performers gathered there to collect themselves and rehearse their music.
Behind The Curtains
November 30, 2023
The Save Our Musicians Foundation partnered with the School of the Arts Foundation to host a fundraising concert for Bak Middle School of the Arts and Dreyfoos Nov. 18 at Tiki 52. Students, teachers, and their families had the opportunity to attend the concert. “I would consider myself one of the biggest country (music) fans at Dreyfoos. I’m actually not even going to meet the man (Luke Bryan) and I am freaking out,” digital media senior Cynthia Mondragon said before the concert.
“Play it Again”
November 19, 2023

[BRIEF] Debating to the Top

Speech and Debate team progresses to the Florida Forensic League State tournament
Alana Cavanagh

On Feb. 5, 25 competitors from the Speech and Debate Team competed at the Florida Forensic League (FFL) State Qualifiers at American Heritage High School. 

“I’m really excited,” communications sophomore Emily Singer said. “Especially since events are back in person, I’m so happy to be experiencing the tournament aspect of speech and debate.”

19 students are moving on to compete at the FFL State tournament at Apopka High School on March 5 and 6. The students that qualified for states will be competing against the other students that qualified in their respective regions across Florida. 

Listed below are the students that will be representing the school in the upcoming state tournament:


World Schools Debate:

Christian Chantayan, Arik Karim, Josiah Manners, Jasmine Mullings, Sheevam Patel


Dramatic Performance:

Angelia Capalbo, Shailee Patel, Emily Singer


Humorous Interpretation:

Riley Flynn


Informative Speaking:

Alex Pham, Annabella Saccaro, Kate Wagner


Original Oratory:

Mariana Colom


Program Oral Interpretation:

Sofia Hennessey-Correa, Sophia Roberts


Public Forum Debate:

Duaa Ali, Jenna Lee



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