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


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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


Haley Johnston

Haley Johnston, Photo Editor

It’s Haley Johnston’s third year on The Muse, this year as the Photo Editor! She’s excited to to bring fresh ideas and platforms to the publication. She is passionate about creative writing and does Slam Poetry. This year on the Muse she hopes to show the entertaining moments that just never made it to print through the Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.

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Band senior Grant Conley poses as a cupid during a performance.


Mark Shteyman, News Staffer
February 20, 2019
Dance sophomore Morgan Jourdin points to another dancer in the sophomore routine as they kick to beachy ’60s music. The sophomores ended up in third place for the dance, placing behind the juniors and seniors who tied for first.


Lilly Randolph, Assistant Managing Editor
January 31, 2019
Vocal teacher Kent Taylor directs vocal and strings students in the opening number of the annual Prism concert at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. “We’re on the Kravis Center stage, which is a lot different because it’s a whole entire auditorium,” vocal senior Carolyn Lord said. “It’s really nice to have family and friends and the school to come watch.”

[Photo] PRISM

Sasha Monaco, Arts Editor
December 5, 2018
Theatre junior Eddie Force battles with the donut in the donut on the stick contest, trying to finish his the fastest. Force was the first to eat his entire donut, allowing him and the junior class to prevail in the contest. “I think Fall Festival went really well, and everyone had a lot of fun,” communications junior Mara Vaknin said. “All the games were fun, and it looked like everyone was having a really good time throughout.”


Carleigh Dickinson, Assistant Managing Editor
October 31, 2018
Nick Jonas performs his set during the third day of SunFest.

[Photo] SUNFEST 2018

Features Editor, Anamaria Navarrete
May 8, 2018
Participation trophies are hurting young athletes across the country, teaching kids that working hard to be successful is no longer important in today’s society.  Lack of competitive environments has resulted from rewarding participation alone.


Tommy McCabe, Opinion Editor
April 16, 2018
Vocal senior Jared Freedland, piano senior Christina Harbaugh, and communications senior Hannah Dunn show off their holiday sweaters for Ugly Sweater Day.

Photo of the Day 12/9

Haley Johnston, Photo Staffer
December 9, 2016
Communications sophomore Jake Kaywell hands out submission forms for Seeds Literary Magazine. They are accepting submissions through Dec. 16.

Photo of the Day 11/18

Haley Johnston, Photo Staffer
November 18, 2016
Communications sophomore Rebecca Nir supports GSA’s celebration of ally week. “Today we are having DSOA students sign to support the safety of all LGBTQ+ students on campus and they can pick up ally stickers and pins to show a visually accepting space,” club president and communication senior Matt Nadel said.

Photo of the Day 9/30

Haley Johnston, Photo Staffer
September 30, 2016
Band junior Samuel Calzada dances to the music provided by the Latin Hispanic Heritage club.  Club member Catalina Correa said, “The LHHC fiestas are always fun and a good way for people to get a taste of what we’re all about.”

Photo of the Day 9/23

Haley Johnston, Photo Staffer
September 23, 2016
Communications sophomore Eli Anderson on his journey to school this morning. This being his first year on a Dreyfoos bus,“Im on the bus for an hour and fifteen minutes, after my brother graduated last year I was left ride less. Despite the length of the bus ride Id do anything to go to Dreyfoos.”

Photo of the Day 9/8

Haley Johnston, Photo Staffer
September 9, 2016
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