Falcon Press News

  • August 27Calling all upcoming 9th graders: Falcon Fest will be held virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 2.
  • August 27Students return to school "virtually" on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
  • August 27A virtual peer tutoring service is now established for all middle/high school students. More info. to come.
  • July 2Stay tuned for updates regarding the upcoming school year.
SOPHOMORE SYDNEY STRICKLAND (left) and junior Zoe Ferrell (right), representatives of the school's Fine Arts department, recently participated in a master class at the Little Theatre of Norfolk. Stage and screen actress Krysta Rodriguez (center) also participated in the class.

Falcon Stage company students participate at Little Theatre of Norfolk

October 1, 2018

Falcon Theater teacher Michelle Machay was offered the opportunity to send two of her Falcon Stage company...

FALCON STAGE COMPANY students in mRs. Machay's upper level theater class will attend a major competition next weekend. These students were chosen based on previous performances.

Falcon Stage Company asked to compete in major competition

September 27, 2018

The Falcon Stage Company, a branch of the school’s theater program, has been asked to compete in the...

NAHS STUDENTS AS well as various local artists came together recently at the Williams Farms Community Recreation Center to create art that promotes equality and diversity within the community.

National Art Honor Society’s latest project

August 29, 2018

"Our goal is to not only get students involved in their community, but to send a symbolic message of love, equality, and admiration that is all inclusive," Syzmanski said. 

NAHS STUDENTS ALEXA Marshall and Leandra Cameron, along with sponsor Jessica Syzmanski helped a local artist at the

National Art Honor Society volunteers at oceanfront

May 30, 2018

“Lisa [Ashinoff] is a good friend of mine,” Syzmanski said. “I’m so happy to see more females in the local art community and even happier to see my students volunteer to help outside of the classroom setting.”

JUNIOR ELI DILLS practices the violin. in preparation for the upcoming orchestra concert.

Fine Arts entertains this month

May 15, 2018

  Fine Arts will take the school by storm at the end of the month.  Chorus, orchestra, and ba...

Falcon Theater presents: You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

April 24, 2018

Falcon Stage Company, along with clubs and other Fine Arts classes, plan to present their first musical...

CULINARY SPECIALIST TAYLOR Cunningham presents to culinary classes on Monday and Tuesday.

National Guard specialist visits culinary class

April 16, 2018

Culinary Specialist alumnus Taylor Cunningham visited culinary students to speak about the techniques...

“I Am” somebody

April 16, 2018

At the final spring pep rally this past Wednesday, the infamous Martin Luther King Jr. speech "I Am"...

SENIOR MEGAN BRUNICK works hard to get the yearbook done.

Talon staff hustles to complete yearbook

April 12, 2018

The Talon yearbook staff has been hard at work to make the final Friday, April 13 deadline, and to stick...

CHORUS RECENTLY RECLAIMED its Blue Ribbon Excellence award. The last time they won this award was in 2014.

Chorus reclaims Blue Ribbon for Excellence

March 27, 2018

Falcon Chorus won the Blue Ribbon award for Excellence for the first time since  2014 under the ins...

NATIONAL ART HONOR Society painting at Saint Mary's Home for the Disbaled.

NAHS teams up with Saint Mary’s

March 13, 2018

THE NATIONAL ART Honor Society traveled to Saint Mary's Home for the Disabled.

ART STUDENTS STAND in front of the Statue of Liberty while on their trip to New York.

Falcon Art soars to Manhattan

February 23, 2018

  Falcon Art students traveled last Saturday morning to Manhattan, New York, for a once in a life time experience. Ms. Szymanski...

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