3D Animation Technology
Students who choose a career in 3D Animation Technology are skilled in 3D rendering software used to create animated images or special effects. This program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills to prepare students for employment in digital media and multimedia positions. The content includes practical experiences in 3-D Animation design and production, storyboarding, 3D modeling techniques of rendering, lighting, and textures. Students will develop a portfolio of work.
Students who choose a career in Commercial Art will use typography, layout, and design techniques to create images and products that reflect knowledge of the elements of art and principles of design to attract and influence consumers. The purpose of this instructional program is to prepare students for employment as artists and related workers, illustrators, commercial designers.
Digital Audio Production
Students who choose a career in Digital Audio Production are knowledgeable in all phases of audio technology, as well as writing, voice over skills, editing, scene settings, and camera operations related to the music, radio, television and film industries. Job titles include Radio and Television Announcers, Audio and Video Equipment Technicians Broadcast Technicians, and Sound Engineering Technicians.
Digital Cinema Production
Students choosing a career in Digital Cinema Production are highly skilled in production management activities relating to cinema, including knowledge of art direction, storyboarding for narrative filmmaking, and delivering funding presentations and pitches. Production activities are an integral part of instruction of this program.
Students choosing a career in Digital Design may become employed as a Information Technology Assistant, Production Assistant, Digital Assistant Designer, Graphic Designer, and Multi-Media Designer. This program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills to prepare students for employment in digital publishing positions. The content includes enhanced practical experiences in computer generated art and text, graphic design, graphic production, electronic design skills, preparation of electronic layouts and illustrations, and electronic scanning; and development of specialized skills in multimedia presentations.
Digital Media/Multimedia Design
Students who choose a career in Digital Media/Multimedia Design are prepared for employment in digital media, new media, and multimedia positions. The content includes but is not limited to practical experiences in Web page design, interactive presentation development, testing and production. Specialized skills in multimedia presentations such as video editing, audio features, and simple animation and authoring software are also taught.
Digital Video Production
Students choosing a career in Digital Video Production have knowledge of all stages of video production, and are skilled in operation of video technology in studio or on location. The purpose of this program is to prepare students for initial employment as production assistants, audio/video equipment technician, video editors, multi-media animators and broadcast technicians.
Fashion Technology and Design Services
Students who choose a career in Fashion Design use flair and know-how to create everything from hospital uniforms to the eye-popping outfits worn by rock stars and models. Skills of design, embroidery, and patternmaking techniques, traditional and computer generated are highly-marketable in this industry. Students completing this program are equipped to enter initial employment or continue advanced study in fashion design. Entry level jobs might include, Retail Garment Sales, Embroidery Machine Operation, Window Display Design or Patternmaking. After advanced study, students might work as Tailors, Dressmakers, or Couture Designers.
Students choosing a career in Film Production Equipment Operations are highly skilled in operating audio, video and lighting equipment; and may work in positions such as, Video Camera Operators, Film and Video Editors, Sound Engineering Technicians, or Set and Exhibit Designers. Production activities are an integral part of instruction of this program, providing practical application in the operation of equipment in areas of filming, lighting, sound, set construction, gripping and editing.
Interior Design Services
Students choosing a career in Interior Design create indoor spaces that not only look good but also provide safety & usability of spaces that we live, work and play in; considering traffic patterns, colors, surfaces, & furnishings that make surroundings comfortable and livable. They plan and furnish interiors of residential, commercial, or industrial buildings.
Students choosing a career in Journalism have honed their language arts academic skills, as well as technical skills. The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment as writers and editors; and provides a medium whereby students will be given the opportunity for practical hands-on experiences in a real life situation. Students are trained in creative and script writing, editing, graphic design, television production, photojournalism, and investigative reporting.
Printing and Graphic Communications
Students who choose a career in Printing and Graphics are knowledgeable in all phases of process camera operation, film assembler, pre-press proofing, designer/planner, word processing, scanner operation, electronic page layout, duplicating, binding, and plate making operations related to the Printing and Graphic Arts Industry.
Students who choose a career in Television Production are knowledgeable in all phases of lighting, sound, gaffing, editing, scene settings, and camera operations related to the Television industry.
CTE Students with Special Needs
Career Education for Students with Disabilities (Repeatable for multiple credit)