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


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  • April 22Streaming Canvas on April 26 at 6 p.m. in Meyer Hall
  • April 22AICE English General Paper Exam on April 25 at 8:00 a.m.
  • April 22Chamber Recital Concert on April 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Norton Museum
  • April 22NHS Meeting on April 24 at 11:19 a.m. in the Media Center
  • April 22Spring into College Series on April 23 at 11:19 a.m. in the Media Center
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


Natalie Bergeron

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Editor

Communications senior Natalie Bergeron is the photo editor for The Muse. Outside of The Muse, she spends a lot of her time at school working as a cinematographer for different films. On her free time, Bergeron enjoys landscape photography and attempting to play various instruments.. She aspires to continue in the journalistic field and one day pursue a career as a photojournalist for National Geographic because it is a combination of the things she loves most: the environment and photojournalism.

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Dance sophomore Rachel Abelenda jumps to the beat of 60s tunes during the Generation Dance.  Abelenda not only participated in the Generation Dance and Pep Rally Dance, but choreographed Pep Rally as well.


Mira Rudensky, Features Staffer
February 6, 2018


Ariana Richter, Opinion Staffer
September 20, 2017
Holocaust survivor and guest speaker Rosette Goldstein tells students about her experiences during lunch in the media center. I came to speak today because I think its very important for young people to hear what Holocaust survivors have to say. Its not just an event of the past, it also pertains to the future.​​

Photo of the Day 12/13

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
December 13, 2016
[L-R] Communications senior Kayla Kirshenbaum and theatre senior Nick Pollock admire The Bohemian, a magazine created by artist in residence Emmy Kenny and her partner CJ Riehl, in the GSA (Gender and Sexuality Alliance) meeting at lunch. The magazine had two different lifespans. The first one we started as students to bridge the gap between students and [Kansas] city. After we discovered Riot grrrl (a 1990s feminist punk movement) we reformatted the magazine to focus on social issues like gender and sexuality. We started all of this as a platform to help amplify the voices of marginalized groups.

Photo of the Day 12/6

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
December 7, 2016
The First Priority Club put up sticky notes on students lockers with kind and encouraging phrases written on them. Besides for advertising, we decided to put up the sticky notes to lighten up peoples day, for the ones who need it the most. Implementing positivity in peoples lives encourages hope and optimism, and that is what we want more of in this schools atmosphere, said visual junior and First Priority member Alexis Smith.

Photo of the Day 11/29

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
November 29, 2016
Grandparents of visual majors tour Building 9. Today was Grandparents Day in which the grandparents of students got the opportunity to learn more about their grandchildrens majors by touring the buildings and speaking to the deans of departments and other students in the specified majors.  We were very pleased to be at Dreyfoos today because we got to see all the amazing opportunities our granddaughter gets in such a creative environment, said visual arts grandmother Rebecca Coughlin.

Photo of the Day 11/22

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
November 22, 2016
[L-R] Parent volunteers Paula Jaffe and Ines Garcia work on making costumes for the upcoming dance shows.

Photo of the Day 11/15

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
November 15, 2016
[L-R] Digital Media junior Vanessa Ritota and communications juniors Gina Givens and MLE Dejaco edit a film project. Film is a collaborative art and Im glad to be a part of such an amazing team, Ritota said.

Photo of the Day 11/2

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
November 2, 2016
Visual junior and National Art Honor Society co-president Cheyanne Cornwell shakes hands with new club inductees I sponsored this club because I thought, for a school like this, community service is important and especially at a school with such an emphasis on arts. We get to take that talent and use it to help the community, said National Art Honor Society sponsor and visual arts teacher Mr. Armetta.

Photo of the Day 11/1

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
November 1, 2016
Theatre senior Keshin Martin plays and sings an original song while communications majors film him for his music video during lunch.  My music is very personal and it takes me forever to write, Martin said. This song actually took me about three months to complete because I had to balance songwriting with school work.

Photo of the Day 10/19

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
October 19, 2016
Vocal junior Ashlyn Taylor performs a solo during “Wood River,” by Willi Zwozdesky, while vocal dean Ken Taylor directs the chorus to sing background notes.

[Photo] Fall Vocal Concert

Ashley Brundage, Arts Editor
October 15, 2016
Visual senior Gleinys Martinez (left) stares up through binoculars at  communications senior Daniel Kaufman, clad in a dinosaur suit, on Safari Day.
Iconic. Ive never seen anyone dress up like this, Martinez said. This is prehistoric.

Photo of the Day 10/14

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
October 14, 2016
Visual freshman Gabi Thomadis sits at her desk and sketches in her sketchbook in a nearly empty classroom. Many students stayed home today so that they could help their families prepare for the hurricane possibly heading towards Florida. I had to come because I had too much stuff to do at school today Thomadis said.

Photo of the Day 10/5

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
October 5, 2016
School founder Alexander Dreyfoos waves to the crowd in Meyer Hall after receiving a shoutout by strings dean Wendell Simmons. Mr. Dreyfoos was among the packed group of students, parents, and administrators in attendance at the Philharmonic Orchestra.

[Photo] Philharmonic Orchestra

Ashley Brundage, Arts Editor
September 29, 2016
(L-R) Band junior Lihn Ton, communications junior Dylan Pollak, and dance junior Pia Kresse practice racing the cars they built for physics class using only a rubber band and McDonalds trash. The process of creating the car was tedious, but it was rewarding to see my hard work pay off when it [the car] actually worked, Ton said.

Photo of the Day: 9/28

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
September 28, 2016
Dance junior Lauren Clair poses to get her yearbook photo taken in the lobby of Meyer Hall. Picture day stresses me out because I feel like Im required to put effort into my appearance that day, Clair said.

Photo of the Day 9/21

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
September 21, 2016
Visual junior Megan Hostetler works on one of her many themed art pieces that emphasize and illustrate the human body from a unique perspective. My art deals with the juxtaposition of expressing sexuality within a religious society, Hostetler said.

Photo of the Day 9/13

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
September 13, 2016
Band junior Spencer Edwards plays his euphonium in a music room during lunch. Practice makes perfect, Edwards said.

Photo of the Day 8/31

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
September 1, 2016
Communications junior Brianna Seaberg storyboards her short film idea on a white board in the editing lab during lunch. When Im storyboarding Im able to take the vision I have in my mind and apply it to paper, said Seaberg.

Photo of the Day 8/24

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
August 24, 2016
The class of 2018 take in all of the new changes taking place this school year.
It was really nice to see all my friends that I didnt see all summer and I got to sit with someone I dont usually get to sit with, said communications junior Gina Givens.

Photo of the Day 8/17

Natalie Bergeron, Photo Staffer
August 17, 2016
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