FloArts Alumni

Since 1976, the Florida School of the Arts has engaged a global community of alumni through special events, alumni gatherings, volunteer opportunities, and more. Alumni of FloArts comprise a distinguished group of today’s thought-leaders who are influencing the next generation of innovation, excellence, and leadership in architecture, dance, design, media arts, product design, painting, photography, public arts, sculpture, urban design, arts education, arts management, teaching, and more. We encourage alumni to stay connected by providing meaningful opportunities to engage with FloArts and each other.
If you are a graduate of the Florida School of the Arts, please consider joining us at an upcoming event, sharing news, or signing up for our mailing list. Our support for you does not end at graduation. Your participation strengthens the alumni community and elevates the Florida School of the Arts. Make the most of your connection to FloArts, today.

Alumni Reunion 2018

Meet Our Alumni

Ben Lamoureax

Kristina Garcia

Singer, actor, dancer and choreographer Willie Beaton II landed numerous roles during his two years at Florida School of the Arts, including the leading role in The Addams Family. During graduation, he was awarded FloArts’ Outstanding Graduate in the Performing Arts. Willie is continuing his education at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music on scholarship.

Willie Beaton
Willie Beaton II

Class of 2016

"The best memories I have from the Florida School of the Arts are of collaborating and being inspired by my friends and peers. It was there that I forged lasting friendships with other artists who have greatly impacted me and my career.” Continue Reading

Daniel Franzese
Daniel Franzese

Class of 1998

“I had made art for most of my life, but the instructors at FloArts were more than just teachers – they were amazing friends, too. Instructors like David Ouellette were great creative teachers who would work with you one-on-one. Besides the classes, the smaller size of FloArts made it easier to make great friends who were more like a tight-knit family.” Continue Reading

Patrick Maxcy

Class of 2002

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