Chicago Vocational Career Academy

CVCA00How many of you have had to start a broadcast program from scratch?  For seasoned broadcast industry veterans, it can be a daunting task - getting multiple equipment quotes, dealing with school bureaucracy, developing 12 and 24 month plans, space restrictions, class size.  For teachers new to the broadcasting field it can be a nightmare.

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Clements High School

Clements00Clements High School is part of the Fort Bend Independent School District in Sugar Land, Texas which is a suburb of Houston. Vastly multicultural in population, the school is known for its quality academics and annually generates an average of 35 National Merit SemiFinalists. The school began its broadcast classes seven years ago.

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Communications High School

CHS0Communications High School, a small, personalized academy with a career focus, located in Wall, NJ provides a theme-based integrated curriculum in conjunction with community and industry partnerships.  Monmouth County students interested  in the field of communications acquire knowledge, skills and ethics in a  unique and challenging educational environment.

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Countryside High School

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CMC00The world has changed. Communications are evolving every day. CMM, the Center for new Media is a convergence program consisting of Countryside’s UPC-TV, The Paw Print Newspaper and Online CNMCounrtyside.com.

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East Grand Rapids High School

After seeing a video that the students at East Grand Rapids High School (MI) produced, we reached out to Pamela Steers, Teacher of Television Production, Film Studies and Film Making.

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East Syracuse Minoa CHS

DSC08951When SVN was visiting Syracuse University for the upcoming SVN Video Camp, we were told about East Syracuse Minoa Central High School and their excellent Video Production Program. 

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Eastside Technical High School

We first heard about the students of Eastside Technical last year when we first started working with the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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Fitzgerald High School

As a School-of-Choice, Fitzgerald has created a state-of-the-art Communication Arts Academy to provide a designated number of high school students training in video and audio technologies, web design, and the performing arts.

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Frederick County Career and Technology Center

FC0The Frederick County Career and Technology Center is one of the top programs in Maryland.  Since this article was crafted, Frederick County won 1st in at the Maryland State SkillsUSA competition in TV Production and Broadcast News Production. In the TV Production contest, they took 1, 2, and 3. They will go to Kansas City to represent Maryland.  (see article on SkilllsUSA also in this issue)

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Goddard High School

Goddard00GHS Broadcast Productions has existed in its present form for about five years.  I have been the advisor for three years.

Before that, it was a one semester class called Mass Media.

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Highland High School

anchorsandsports00School Video News had the opportunity to work with some great students from Highland High School,Highland, Illinois. We asked these students to help us at the Illinois Principals Association annual conference and WOW! did they do a great job.

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Hightower Academy

Founded in 1998, the Hightower High School Electronic Media Academy is a career academy designed to expose high school students to the world of film, television and new media.

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Hoover High School

 

The Video Productions program at Hoover High School in North Canton, Ohio, began in the fall of 1998 with the purchase of two digital broadcast video cameras and one Avid Express nonlinear editing system.

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Lakeview High School

lakeview IntroLakeview High School is a new high school located just outside Grand Rapids, Michigan. They are fortunate to have a brand new studio.

Tell us about your background and how you decided to start teaching TV/Video production?

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LipDubbing with Shoreline Schools

ShorewoodThumbI’m not sure what’s in the water in Shoreline, Washington, but I’m telling you we need to get us some. This month we’re starting a three part series based around an incredible story.

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Ocean City High School (NJ)

Our goal as faculty for the program is to introduce students to television/film production and to provide a forum where they can develop & showcase their creative talents.

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Parkland High School

Pkld0While other students are dragging their books into homeroom at 7:45 am, Parkland High School's TV studio is counting down the seconds until it's time to go on-air. Parkland High School is fortunate enough to have a state of the art studio from which Parkland Morning News broadcasts a daily morning show to over 3,000 students and faculty.

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Roane High School

Roane AnchorsTell us about your background and how you decided to start teaching TV/Video production?

My first teaching certification was in language arts which included a smattering of journalism. 

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Shelbyville High School

Shelbyville StudentsShelbyville High School began the school year with a new TV studio fully equipped with two studio cameras, a TelePrompTer, a TriCaster production unit, lighting equipment, mobile production, and a large green screen.

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South Mountain School (AZ)

Jaguar News is a career and technical education magnet program at South Mountain High School in Phoenix, AZ which is part of the Phoenix Union High School district.

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Springdale Har-Ber High School

HBStudioThe School Video News Broadcast Center crew keep running into Trent Jones and his students from Springdale Har-Ber High School at almost every event we attend in the Midwest.  We finally pinned down Trent and had a chance to talk to him about his excellent program.

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St Ignatius Broadcasting Program

“Follow a passion.”

That’s what high school students navigating the complex college admission process are often told by parents, advisors and mentors who insist that pursuing a passion is what will bring them success.

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