HHS Senior Sings National Anthem at New York Giants Game
In a stadium filled with thousands of spectators, Howell High School’s Lianah Sta. Ana stood on the field ready to sing. The senior performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the beginning of the November 20th game between the New York Giants and the Chicago Bears. Lianah impressed the crowd with her performance.
Lianah is enrolled in the Fine and Performing Arts Academy at Howell High School. The Freehold Regional High School District Fine and Performing Arts Academy has provided conservatory type training since 1984 to young artists who want to combine a college preparatory academic schedule with advanced arts training in a traditional high school setting. The Fine & Performing Arts Academy offers a four year program in three distinct majors: Acting, Dance, and Entertainment Technology, which includes a music production and a video production track. Students train and work in an acting studio, two dance studios, a video studio and a music production and recording studio. Students produce and perform in a number of showcases and are encouraged to participate in the numerous arts and other extracurricular programs offered at Howell High School.
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