Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
Kim Bruno, PRINCIPAL
100 AMSTERDAM AVENUE, MANHATTAN, NY 10023Phone: 212-496-0700
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Clubs & Organizations
LaGuardia Arts clubs and organizations represent the diversity of the student body and students' interests. For information regarding any of our clubs, please contact the faculty advisor.Click here to download Club Information Sheet [.doc]
The Independent Filmmakers/Film Appreciation Club
Sports and Teams
Our interscholastic sports teams compete in the Public School Athletic League (PSAL). In order to compete, students must meet the eligibility requirements, submit the Parental Consent Form, and submit the proper medical forms.
Fall: Bowling, Swimming, Volleyball, Cross Country (girls) Fencing (co-ed) Soccer, Cross Country (boys)
Winter: Basketball, Gymnastics, Indoor Track (boys and girls)
Spring: Baseball, Outdoor Track, Tennis, Volleyball (boys) Handball, Outdoor Track, Soccer, Softball, Tennis (girls)
Click here to visit the PSAL website for information and schedules.
Click here to download the Parental Consent Form
Click here to download the medical form.
State of the Arts, LaGuardia Arts' newspaper, is published four to six times a year by LaGuardia Arts students. Contributions include artwork, photographs, and articles. The editorial staff comprises students in the Journalism class or with former experience on the school newspaper who assign, edit, select, and lay out pieces for publication. The Journalism class, a class offered by the English Department, trains seniors for news writing. Articles written for the class are considered for publication. State of the Arts holds weekly meetings for all interested students after school on Thursdays in Room 661. Students do not have to be enrolled in the Journalism class to participate in State of the Arts.
The Lively Arts, LaGuardia Arts' literary magazine, is published once a year in June by the creative writing class open to juniors, but all students are invited to submit poetry, stories and artwork to the magazine office, Room 325. Click here to see a copy.
DAVID (DanceArtVocalIntrumentalDrama), the LaGuardia Arts yearbook is published in late spring. Participation is open to all seniors. Photographers, artists and writers are especially needed. The yearbook staff meets after school, and organization starts in the spring of the year prior to publication.