Bronx High School for the Visual Arts, 50 Antin Place, Bronx, NY 10462

Teacher Club Title/Model Day/Time BHSVA Club Description
Sonia Carabajo Senior Empowerment
Tuesdays 2:45 – 5:45 Senior Empowerment will engage and connect with other seniors to discuss, negotiate, and deliberate how they want their senior year to unwrap as well as to speak freely about current events. Our club will consist of an open forum to discuss current events such as the BLM movement in a no-judgment zone as well as the current academic and social/emotional impact on seniors and their future.
Antoinette Constantine Creative Expressions
Wednesdays 3:15 – 6:15 Creative Expressions give students the opportunity to express themselves through the art of dance and fashion. Students will self-identify and acquire their desired legacy, while learning about each other’s interest, culture and goals. Students will learn there is value in everything; even old or damaged goods (thus being creative while saving and/or making money).
Janette Madera Freshmen Life
Fridays 3:15 – 6:15 How is high school different from middle school? Students may commonly ask this question. Freshmen Life will explore, review and interactively address this and other transition concerns. We will unravel issues with all the supports provided, learning about procedures, school culture, and establishing goals to set a solid foundation for high school success.
Teresa Marino We Create Change
Wednesdays/Thursdays 3:15 – 6:15 WE CREATE CHANGE challenges young people to identify the local and global issues that spark their passion and empowers them with the tools to take action. Students work together to learn about the world and to take action to create a meaningful peaceful change within themselves, community, and the world.
Suzanne Ribeiro We Are the Future
Thursdays 3:15 – 6:15 WE are the Future Club
The world deserves leadership which is trusted, caring, responsible and responsive to the needs of others in the community. Join our club to develop leadership skills and help bring positive change to our communities.
Ricardo Soto Let’s Talk About It
Mondays 3:15 – 6:15 Let’s Talk About It is a club created to provide a safe and trusting environment that will allow students to go through a journey of self-reflection where we will discuss/express the current day issues that students encounter. Students will be given a voice to tell their stories through self-expression including arts, music, movies and other mediums. If you’re looking for a space where you can be yourself while having fun, this is the club for you!