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  • Open House: Seeking Volunteers

    Good afternoon,


    LaGuardia Arts will be hosting six (6) Open House Sessions next month (info below) for families who might be interested in applying to LaGuardia. The sessions will consist of building tours and opportunities to speak with current students and faculty members about studio offerings.


    Learn more about volunteering for these events by exploring this document.


    To sign up, please use this form. Students in all grades and studios are welcome to participate. The last day to sign up is Wednesday, October 5, at 11:59pm.


    Open House Session Dates are Wednesday, October 12, 2022, and Friday, October 14, 2022.  Students may sign up for one or both dates.  For each date, you will assist in three sessions.


    Volunteers are eligible for two-trip MetroCards to be used for commuting home after the Open House. To request one, use this form.


    This is a community service opportunity and verified x2VOL hours will be awarded to participating volunteers.


    Please direct any questions to Josh Gurevich at joshuag6004@laguardiahs.org.


    We appreciate your willingness to assist with families beginning the high school process.





    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Club Fair Directory

    Club Fair Directory

    ***Please note, all clubs below have approved and been invited to participate in the Club Fair. Not all clubs may be present today, so do not panic if you see a club listed below but cannot locate their booth.


    ALSO clubs with “LaG”, “LaGuardia”, etc. in front of their names have been listed alphabetically by the second word in their name.***


    5th Floor (A-H)

    Activism Club 

    LaG Advocacy Project

    A-List Step Team

    读 Amazing Things

    Arab Heritage club

    LaGuardia Aro-Specs Club

    Lag Arts N Crafts Club

    Badminton Club 


    Cards for Kidz LaG

    Caribbean Creole Student Association 

    Ceramics Club 

    Chinese Student Association

    Cins Kiki Lounge

    LaG Citymeals on Wheels 

    Comedy Club

    Critical Failure

    LaG Cybersecurity Club

    Diversity Club

    Fashion Club

    LaGuardia Fight Cancer

    Fiorello Times

    Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

    German for Beginners

    Girls Who Code

    Gymnastics Club

    LaG Gaming Club


    7th Floor (I-Z)

    LaG Investors Club

    Italian Culture Club

    Japanese Club

    Japanese National Honor Society

    Jazz Vocal Club

    Jewish Student Union

    Key Club

    LaGuardia Latinos Unidos

    LaG Marine Life

    LaG Math Team

    Meditation Club

    Melodic Voices

    Mock Trial Team

    LaGuardia Model UN

    LaG Modelling Club

    Multiracial Student Union

    LaG Natural Disaster Relief

    Open Mic Club

    LaG Pinoy

    LaGuardia Robotics

    Room to Read

    Science Olympiad

    LaGuardia Showtunes

    Slavic Club

    LaGuardia Smiles Clubs

    South Asian Association

    SPARK Leadership team

    Student Songwriter Society

    LaGuardia Television Production Club

    LaGuardia Arts Trumpet Ensemble

    LaG Upcycling/Rewear

    Unity Dance Crew

    Weight Lifting Club

    Young Creative Conglomerate (YCC)

    Young Progressives

    The LaGuardia Zine Club

    ***Note: Clubs may still apply to be approved, so this is not the final club list for the year, just a list of those approved as of 9/30/22.***

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Club Fair on September 30, 2022

    Today, September 30, 2022, from 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM in the 5th and 7th Floor Cafeterias is our Club Fair.  The Club Fair is designed to showcase the various clubs that we offer; today Students have an opportunity to visit various clubs, see their displays and talk to their members.  


    You do not need to attend the fair to join a club.  In fact, joining a club is as simple as showing up to their meeting.


    Approved clubs can begin meeting next week, and new clubs are approved throughout the year.  


    A comprehensive list of approved clubs is being edited.  This list will include clubs, descriptions, meeting information, and club contact information.

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • PSAL Basketball Winter 2022 - 2023 Season “No Cut Tryouts

    No cut tryouts for the winter 2022 - 2023 Basketball Season may be conducted between October 25, 2022 through October 28, 2022. These try-outs may be consecutive or cumulative. Each student-athlete must have a current (within one calendar year) medical certificate on file on or before the first day of participation in tryouts.

    Each student-athlete must have a signed parental consent form on file on or before the first day of participation for Winter Basketball no cut tryouts.

    No cut tryouts give coaches the opportunity to secure medicals and parental consent forms from interested athletes prior to the start of the season (November 1, 2022) and to identify athletes for programming purposes. Defibrillators must be present at each day of the tryouts. All coaches must be Concussion/AED/CPR/First Aid certified.

    Coaches may be paid up to 10 hours from the prior season allocation if they have any time remaining.

    Please check the PSAL website for the Interscholastic Sports Standards. Good luck.

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Resources Schedule

    LaGuardia Community,


    Please see below link to the schedule of resources available to students before school, during unscheduled periods, during lunch periods, and after school. 


    The Resources Schedule includes three schedule grids for

    • Spaces: Facilities and Walk-in Offices for Specific Concerns

    • Arts Open Studios: Enrichment and Support with Arts Teachers

    • Academics Centers: Enrichment and Support with Academic Teachers


    Resources Schedule: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CieJmquLYrULqQeU_Od-Q-h-Ivgf2xGUKvFLVntabkM/edit


    This is a live document that will continue to be revised to best meet the needs of our community. Thank you to our faculty and staff for prioritizing daily opportunities for our students to have face-to-face interactions with adults who support them.

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Graduation Portraits Oct 11-14

    Class of 2023,

    Before you know it, you’ll be walking across the stage at Graduation! In October, we need to take graduation portraits for every member of the Class of 2023. 

    From October 11-14, Portrait USA photo studio will be setting up portrait sessions at LaGuardia in the Back Lobby. Students are scheduled alphabetically by the studio; by October, the studio will email students their appointment date and time at their laguardiahs.org email. 

    There is a sitting fee of $10 that is submitted at the time of your appointment. We understand that the fee may be cost prohibitive for some families. If you need financial assistance, or if you would like to contribute to another student’s sitting fee, please contact Assistant Principal Ms. WIlliams at swillia35@schools.nyc.gov.

    Please see the flyer from the photo studio for further instructions on attire: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vPhsX-5SIh-s6MQAwbuC8NO-Z0kpKT-0/view?usp=sharing

    If for any reason you are not able to take your graduation portrait at your appointment date and time, the flyer also includes the link for making an appointment directly with the studio at their Brooklyn location. There is also a link for students who decide they would like a retake after their first appointment.. 

    If you have any questions about the graduation portrait process, please contact Mr. Abikzer jabikzer@schools.nyc.gov, who is assisting with Yearbook during Assistant Principal Ms. Marrero’s leave of absence.


    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts

    This message is being sent on behalf of the LaGuardia High School Parent Association






    As we announced in Sunday Night News, we will hold elections at our General PA meeting on Wednesday, September 28 at 7pm via zoom. This will be a virtual "expedited election," which means that all nominations will be taken from the floor on the night of the virtual expedited election, not in advance. After we close the nomination floor that evening, candidates will be given the opportunity to make brief statements.


    Because this will be a virtual "expedited election" and because nominations will be taken from the floor, there is no Nominating Committee to solicit nominations before the virtual election. Instead, we have a group of parents who volunteered to manage the virtual "expedited election" process.



    If you would like to run for any of the open PA Executive Board positions or SLT parent representative positions, we encourage you to nominate yourself or nominate someone at Wednesday's elections. 



    • Treasurer - 1 position

    • First Vice President, Communications - 1 position

    • Third Vice President, Fundraising - 1 position

    • Assistant Secretary - 1 position

    • Audit Officer - 1 position

    • Freshman Representative - 1 position

    • Sophomore Representative - 1 position

    • Junior Representative - 1 position

    • Senior Representative - 1 position


    • SLT Freshman Representative - 1 position


    To help us conduct our elections as quickly and as efficiently as possible,

    please take note of the following reminders:



    All parents/guardians with currently-enrolled LaGuardia students may vote in the LaGuardia HS PA Virtual Expedited Elections.


    (Zoom Link to Pre-register)


    The room will open at 6:30 PM to allow time for voters to rename themselves with their codes.



    To help ensure a fair election, each voter will need a code to verify their status as a parent/guardian of a current LaGuardia student. Up to two votes are allowed per child per ballot during each election.


    Your verification code is the last six digits of your child's OSIS number followed by "A" for one parent/guardian and "B" for the second parent/guardian, if applicable.


    Example: If your child’s OSIS # is 123456789, your code would be 456789A; and if your child has a second parent/guardian, their code would be 456789B.

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Hispanic Heritage Month -- Delve into the History and Culture

    Reading Resources

    The following book suggestions, listed by grade level, are a collection of new and classic titles about Hispanic and Latino history, individuals, and experiences that families and educators can read with their students in grades 3-K through 12 both during Hispanic Heritage Month and all year round. We hope you will enjoy and learn from these outstanding titles, which cover a range of cultural backgrounds, fiction and nonfiction genres, and unique perspectives.

    Young Adult (Grade 9–12):

    • Breathe and Count Back from Ten by Natalia Sylvester
    • Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas
    • Clap When you Land by Elizabeth Acevedo
    • Keeper by Mal Peet
    • Never Look Back by Lilliam Rivera
    • Signal to Noise by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
    • The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
    • Where I Belong by Marcia Argueta Mickelson
    • Wild Tongues Can't Be Tamed: 15 Voices from the Latinx Diaspora edited by Saraciea J. Fennell
    • Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez

    Many of these books are readily available via New York’s public libraries, as well as through the Citywide Digital Library available on Sora(Open external link) for our students. Check out the Citywide Digital Library Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month Collection(Open external link)! For even more titles than those listed here, you can check out Sora’s Spanish Language #OwnVoices(Open external link) Reading List.

    We also recommend the New York Public Library’s lists of Spanish(Open external link)English, and bilingual titles to read in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, or Colorín Colorado's(Open external link) Hispanic Heritage Month collection. In addition, you can access poetry written by dozens of Latinx writers from the Poetry Foundation(Open external link)

    Video and Audio Resources

    To Watch:

    To Listen:

    Events and Exhibitions

    • Throughout the month: Check out the New York Public Library’s(Open external link) list of Hispanic Heritage Month events, which includes activities for children of all ages such as bilingual story times, a teen book club, arts and crafts nights, and more
    • Tuesday, September 13: Join Smithsonian historians for “Understanding Sylvia Rivera,”(Open external link) a free, virtual event about the trans Latina activist best known for her role New York City’s Stonewall uprising and fighting for inclusion in the gay pride movement. (5-6 PM)
    • Sunday, September 25: Historic Richmond Town(Open external link) celebrates the diverse history of Staten Islanders and pays tribute to generations of Hispanic Americans that contributed to the borough and beyond during their National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration, which will feature cooking demonstrations, dance performances, and more. (12-4 PM)
    • Saturday, October 1: Join the Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education for Afro-Latinidad(Open external link): a musical celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month (1-6:30 PM)
    • Sunday, October 2: Ballet Hispánico is hosting their annual A La Calle Block Party(Open external link), a celebration of Latinx dance, music, art, food, and culture. (12-4 PM)
    • Saturday, October 8: Attend the Panamanian Parade(Open external link), the largest celebration of Panamanian individuals and culture outside of the country itself.
    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • SLT Student Representative; Round 3 Ballot Due September 28; 8:00 AM

    Thank you to the students for their willingness to serve the school as an elected Student Representative on the School Leadership Team (SLT).  While 3 of the 4 positions were elected, there was a tie in votes for the 4th position.  A runoff election is required with the person with the most votes being elected.
    The ballot closes Wednesday, September 28, at 8:00 AM.
    Bunyatov Nicole - Elected

    Jun Silvia - Elected

    Katimbang Justine - Elected

    Menon, Rohan - Mandatory Member, SGO President

    Please vote one time. The person with the highest total votes will be awarded the position:
    Lin Connie
    Plitt Casper

    Link to Ballot:  https://forms.gle/2BUB8QWHrbkmTHM16 

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Parent Coordinator & Vaccination Updates

    Dear LaGuardia Community,


    Today I have two quick mid-week updates:


    Our search for a new Parent Coordinator has officially opened! Any interested applicants must apply by October 3 following the instructions on the posting here. These are strict guidelines and no exceptions can be made. The Parent Association will soon share opportunities to contribute to the interviewing committee.


    The Chancellor has announced the lifting of the COVID-19 vaccination mandates for high-risk afterschool activities, including PSAL sports. While the mandate has been lifted, vaccination remains the leading public health prevention strategy to reduce the risks of severe infection.


    A quick reminder that the 10-Day period to submit Add/Drop Requests ends today. Submitted requests will continue to be processed over the next few school days. We thank you for your patience awaiting an update on your request. Please note that some families have experienced technical glitches on the NYCSA Parent Portal and Teachhub Student Portal - it appears that the day by day view, not the PDF download, shows the most updated accurate schedule.


    Have a wonderful rest of the week.



    Yeou-Jey Vasconcelos


    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Senior Events Committee Board Member Applications Available

    Go to the application:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd1dFNRfI7sk2fNZmuY3q53IGynSBlTBtvwSkVdIhu4Iy4O7g/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0



    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • School Leadership Team Student Final Ballot

    The LaGuardia HS Bylaws of the School Leadership Team allow for 5 students to be members (in addition to 5 staff members and 5 parents and an Alumni & Friends representative.)

    The SGO President (or designee) automatically has one position. The remaining 4 positions will be elected by the student body.
    LaGuardia Arts supports grade level and studio diversity among SLT representation in addition to supporting the policy of the DOE to provide equal educational opportunities in accordance with applicable laws and regulations and without regard to actual or perceived race, color, religion, age, creed, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, citizenship status, disability, sexual orientation, gender (including actual or perceived gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy/conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth), or weight.  

    SLTs play a significant role in creating a structure for school-based decision making and shaping the path to a collaborative school culture. SLTs are a vehicle for developing school-based educational policies and ensuring that resources are aligned to implement those policies. Functioning in a collaborative manner, SLTs assist in the evaluation and assessment of a school’s educational programs and their effect on student achievement. 

    Students are allowed 4 votes.  These four votes can be used for the same candidate or can be distributed anyway the voter sees fit.

    Voting (Round 2) Ends:  Wednesday, September 21, 2022; 8:00 AM

    No vote timestamped after the above deadlines will be counted even though the Google Form/Ballot may accept your submission.

    Access Ballot Using Your laguardiahs.org account:  https://forms.gle/aHRUWwhWtnXzyUR9A 

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Applications Available for Student Events Committee

    Events Committee is a group of students who are dedicated to planning fun school events. We’re looking for representatives from each grade to be on the committee and help bring great events to life. LaGuardia needs more events for students to be able to decompress, have fun, and make memories with their friends! With an events committee it will be easier to organize events that everyone can enjoy.

    Complete this application by September 26 in order to be considered. The application will be the first round and then interviews will be the second round so make sure to give it your all on the application in order to be considered. Good luck!!


    Access Google Application https://forms.gle/aSu7UHuumXPVVz5d7 using your laguardiahs.org email

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • FROM LAG Parents Association: How to sign up or review changes (New Families)

    This message is sent on behalf of the LaGuardia HS Parents Association.


    Dear Families,
    Please take a moment before Sunday evening to read this letter, which contains important information about how to sign up for LAGHSPA communications OR review your previously submitted contact and volunteer information. A few changes were made to the signup form this summer.
    If you have questions or feedback, please contact communications@laguardiahspa.org.
    Thank you,
    LaGuardia HS Parents Association (LAGHSPA)
    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • From LAGHSPA: How to sign up or review changes (Returning Families)

    Dear Families,
    Please take a moment before Sunday evening to read this letter, which contains important information about how to sign up for LAGHSPA communications OR review your previously submitted contact and volunteer information. A few changes were made to the signup form this summer.
    If you have questions or feedback, please contact communications@laguardiahspa.org.
    Thank you,
    LaGuardia HS Parents Association (LAGHSPA)
    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Cooper Hewitt Design Hive Applications for Juniors and Seniors

    I hope you’re having a great start to your school year. I wanted to reach out because we at Cooper Hewitt are gearing up for another semester of Design Hive, our youth-led design residency here at the museum for high school juniors and seniors. Students are paid a stipend of $2,000 and meet weekly at the museum. We’d love for your students to apply for the program! 


    About Design Hive:   

    Design Hive is a paid, youth-led initiative at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. High school juniors and seniors dive deep into design objects and processes to develop their own collaborative projects. Along the way, they will learn how designers move from an initial idea to final design! 

    In Design Hive, knowledge is co-authored. Students mentor one another and receive mentorship from working designers. They are offered unprecedented access to the museum’s exhibitions, objects, and people, and use it to design a world that is more responsible, equitable, and collaborative.  

    Design Hive takes place on Thursdays from 4:30-6:30. Students must be based in the NYC area to apply. Participants must attend weekly program dates and be available to meet virtually or at Cooper Hewitt (2 E 91st St, New York, NY 10128).  

    The program begins on Thursday, November 17th and ends on Thursday, May 25th. Students will receive a stipend of $2,000 for their participation, paid in two $1,000 payments throughout the program. 


    Interested? Attached is a digital flyer for you to share out.  We will also host a virtual Q + A session on the program on Thursday, September 22- Click here for details! If we can provide your students with anything else (even a visit to come speak about the program, or physical flyers), we’d be more than happy to! The application is via a Smithsonian system that can be a little tricky, so our goal is to make the application as accessible as possible.  

    Thanks for your time, and happy to answer any questions. 

    Take care, 

    Christa May 

    she / her / hers 



    Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    2 East 91st Street

    New York, NY 10128


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    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Mid-September Update

    This message is sent both via NYCSA and our temporary mailing list. We will be phasing out our temporary mailing list at the end of the month. If you need assistance accessing NYCSA, please contact any administrator, guidance counselor, or secretary.



    Dear LaGuardia Community,


    This week concludes our first full week of school! Thank you to our entire community - students, faculty/staff, parents/guardians, alumni, partners - for making our opening a huge success. Everywhere in the building young people are creating, exploring, connecting, and most importantly, caring for one another!


    In addition to the endless artistic endeavors within the walls of LaGuardia, today two student groups shared their talents with New York City. The cast of our All-School Musical joined a diverse group of student and Broadway artists to welcome Little Amal, an international symbol of human rights, to Times Square. Then, our Jazz Orchestra performed at the designation of the new New York Postmaster Wanda Diaz and commemoration of the start of Hispanic Heritage Month. Using the power of the arts to bring attention to the refugee crisis and diverse representation, exemplifies the civic responsibility at the core of our community. Thank you to all the faculty and staff who helped our students master new repertoire within the first week of school!


    If you missed our lovely New Family Welcome evening and morning hosting by the Parent Association, here is the presentation of key information to know about First Point of Contact, Administrators, Schedule Programs and Events Calendar, Progress Reporting, and Staying Connected. This is also a great refresher for returning families! 


    Before the end of the month, Assistant Principals of each of the academic departments and arts studios will be sharing a welcome letter. They will stagger their schedule of sending the letters so families have time to process the information. We will also post the welcome messages on theschool website.


    This coming week we will informally begin enrichment and support programs during the day. By the end of the month we will also be communicating a formalized schedule of locations and times that students can access Language Lab, Math and Science Support, Social Studies Support, Writing Center, and Arts Open Studios and Practice Rooms. Club Applications have been released and all club leaders should complete the application as soon as possible so they can be included in the Club Fair coming up in two weeks.


    A reminder that COVID-19 is still a public health concern and schools are responsible for reporting cases. Extended absences, delays in processes, and the need for makeup opportunities will continue to be part of our reality. Since the first day of school, LaGuardia has reported 34 positive cases. If you test positive for COVID, isolate and take care of yourself! Students please email your teachers to stay on pace with the class, and email covid@laguardiahs.org with your date of symptom onset, last date in the building, date of test, and type of test. We will then confirm with the latest guidance regarding return to the school building.



    Finally, I have news to share about personnel:


    The Parent Coordinator is a unique role that works tirelessly to create a welcoming environment for parents and guardians. After serving the LaGuardia community for six and a half years, Parent Coordinator Allison Price will be starting a new position at the end of the month. Please join me in thanking Ms. Price for her work reassuring and connecting families, and wishing her the best in her professional and personal journey! We are starting the search for a new Parent Coordinator and will share more about the official job posting and forming an interview committee.


    At LaGuardia, we celebrate together and support our community members together through challenges. Our Assistant Principal of English Julissa Marrero needs us to keep her family in our thoughts while she takes a leave of absence to care for her mother. In the coming weeks, please respect Ms. Marrero and her family’s time and privacy. In her absence, please contact Assistant Principals Alyssa Collins for curricular matters, Justin W. Mackey for procedural matters, and Mark Stricklin for items related to student activities.


    As we recognize the work and commitment of our faculty and staff, I am pleased to name Eli Schreiner the Interim Acting Assistant Principal of Career and Technical Education. In this role Mr. Schreiner oversees the Technical Theatre studio, develops authentic industry experiences for students across studios, and ensures all LaGuardia productions are of the highest caliber. His leadership emphasizes showcasing student creativity, artistic exploration, and professional execution. Here’s more information about Mr. Schreiner:


    Eli Schreiner has been a member of the LaGuardia community since 2015. Mr. Schreiner started as a freelance teaching artist, quickly transitioned to the Production Facilities Manager role, then became a Teacher in the Technical Theater studio.


    Mr. Schreiner received a BFA from SUNY Purchase and an MsEd in Theater Education. After volunteering in the Peace Corps, Mr. Schreiner served his City as an FDNY EMT. Once he returned fulltime to the theater, he worked on a number of professional productions including Breaking Surface, FuerzaBruta, and Sleep No More. 



    Have a wonderful weekend!



    Yeou-Jey Vasconcelos


    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Students, Vote Now for Student Reps to the School Leadership Team

    Round One voting for Student Representatives on the School Leadership Team is happening now.

    To vote, access the Google Form using your LaGuardiahs.org account.  https://forms.gle/ozJqtyqQP1ymj4x6A 




    Students should enter their cell phone number in the nycstudents.net account, so you will receive important text messages from the school (similar to remind).

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Metrocard Update

    Dear LaGuardia Community,

    We are working closely with the transportation office for a second batch of metrocards. Once we receive the second batch we will update the community and begin distribution. Sorry for any inconvenience, and travel hardship this may have caused. For transportation support please contact Ms. Javier at javierj@laguardiahs.org
    Thank You,
    Gregory Brummell
    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
  • Club Applications Now Available

    The first step in our Club process is that All Clubs must sumbit and have their application approved.  Here is the application to be completed by the Club President:  https://forms.gle/W6W4wpbMNkypYjAA7 . You must use your laguardiahs.org account to complete the form.

    The second step is for students to join clubs.  More information will come once clubs are approved.  

    Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
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