The wise Yoda once said, "Size matters not." On May 3, at the second annual FIFA Night hosted by the high school's student government, this adage proved true on the digital soccer field.
Congratulations to FASNY graduate Alexandre Lamy '15, Columbia Engineering's 2019 valedictorian, the highest academic honor bestowed by the school.
This week, senior Sabrina Sherman put the final touches on the playful pattern that now adorns the walls of the south stairwell in the high school building.
April was National Poetry Month, and fifth graders in the "B" class engaged in literary pursuits in both French and English.
The projects presented covered a range of topics, including Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, the science behind earthquakes, and how to minimize the impact of tsunamis.
High school art teacher Alison McNulty accompanied students recently on two separate field trips to museums in Manhattan.
After learning about the geography, wildlife, and cultural traditions of the South American nation, pre-kindergarteners presented their impressions in a video.
Students in the Art Option 7 class designed environmentally friendly cars out of recycled materials.
Everyone is over the rainbow with last weekend's two enchanting performances of The Wonderful Land of Oz.
In an interdisciplinary project involving biology/Earth science and French, 11S students created stop-motion videos to explain scientific concepts.
It was an active basketball season, with a record number of home games for all of FASNY's teams.
Art Option 9 students built mini-dioramas using a variety of materials.
The colorful, whimsical works of Niki de Saint-Phalle served as inspiration for those created by K-8 students for the 2019 "Famous Artist" exhibition.
Last week, fourth graders participated in "Colonial Kitchen," a two-day workshop in which they engaged in activities such as grinding corn and making butter.
Students in the middle school's theater club took home the jury prize for writing at the 20th annual Première Scène theater festival.
Students in all three kindergarten classes recently read books in French and in English, allowing them to make connections between the literature of both languages.
Congratulations to senior Flore Msika for winning the "Best in Show" prize in this year's Mamaroneck Artists Guild student exhibition.
Around 30 students in the fourth and fifth grades cleaned up the grounds of the Village campus in a volunteer activity organized in the spirit of the Martin Luther King holiday.
Swimming, skiing, and basketball: highlights of the winter season to date, plus a preview of spring athletics.
On January 14, fifth graders and their parents spent the evening at the Manor campus exploring the concept of electromagnetism at the annual "J'aime les STEM" Night.
In science, third graders recently studied simple machines. As the culminating activity for this unit, each student constructed a model of a labor-saving device featuring two or more simple machines.
For their first production of the 2018-2019 school year, students in the high school's Cinema Club focused a lens on the recent service-learning trip to the Dominican Republic.
FASNY observed the quintessential American holiday with two time-honored traditions: the PTA-sponsored meal for the school community and the annual luncheon for the underserved in our region, now in its 10th year.
A drawing by Keara Leaity '24 has been selected by the Larchmont Mamaroneck Lions Club to advance to the next level of the 2018-2019 Lions International Peace Poster Competition.
Congratulations to the girls varsity cross-country team on their second-place finish at the ISAL championship meet.
For their first art project of the school year, fourth graders learned about Louise Nevelson's monumental monochromatic sculptures and then created their own Nevelson-inspired works.
After learning about the sense of taste and introducing their taste buds to different flavors, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students eagerly sampled the food and drinks they made during la Semaine du Goût, or the Week of Taste.
October 12 is Día de la Hispanidad, a national holiday in Spain. Eighth graders in Ms. Benítez Pérez's Spanish classes marked the occasion by writing their favorite Spanish word.
Shark pride was on display during Spirit Week, which culminated on Blue and White Day with a pep rally to cheer on the athletic teams competing on Homecoming weekend.
From astrophysics to yearbook, middle and high school students have begun participating in extracurricular clubs.
With a record number of students playing a fall sport, FASNY looks forward to an exciting season.
On September 4, FASNY welcomed new and returning students for the first day of classes of the 2018-2019 academic year.
The 49 students who made up this year's senior class graduated from FASNY on June 12. We wish them the very best in college and beyond, confident that they will make a positive difference in the world.
Middle school students received, with great enthusiasm, a collection of recently published books donated to the school by alumna Jessica Anderson '11, an editor at Macmillan Publishers.
Seventh graders in teacher Olivier Bedecarrax's class worked for several weeks on a coding project. Their assignment? Create and program a video game inspired by Breakout, the arcade classic from the 1970s.
The PTA held its annual thank-you breakfast and general assembly on May 18.
Earlier this month, FASNY celebrated the creativity, talent, and hard work of visual arts and music students in the high school at an event that was part art exhibition, part concert—and pure delight for attendees.