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Raisner, Justin Department Chair, Media Arts (AS and CP), Journalism 2/3, Media Adviser 39655
Media Arts Pathway

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This pathway fulfills English, Art, and CTE (also possibly can earn college credit - pending completion of an articulation agreement with community colleges) 

A graduate from the pathway will possess the skills necessary to find a job and succeed in communications, journalism, graphic design, and more. 

This is intended for the following students
  • Interested in media or art studies
  • Students who want to develop strong writing skills
  • Students who want to write for publication and become part of the student media staff
  • Does not need to be an AS student - looking for all students

Students should expect several writing and art assignments to be completed each year while in the pathway.  Classes will require students to manage their own projects and be able to work in a cooperative team environment.

10th Grade

(choose English 2 for MAS, AS English 2 for MAS)
(optional --> Digital Photo 1, Digital Art 1)
Students will take an English for Media Pathway class and may choose one of the art electives listed above. 

The Art class will fulfill the graduation requirement for art and is UC (F for Fine Arts) approved. It will introduce basic art and design concepts and allow students to learn about how to produce commercial art.

The English class will be offered for students as either a regular college prep level or an advanced English class.  The curriculum will cover all Common Core English Standards for 10th grade, but it will also focus more heavily on writing, ethics, legal issues, and historical implications of media.  Students who complete this class will have been introduced to multiple styles of writing and will have a grasp of how to write for different audiences. Students will submit work to be published work on Scot Scoop News.
 

11th Grade

Students will take a traditional offering for their English class, and add electives
 
  • (AS English 3 or English 3)
  • (choose CTE Digital Journalism 2 and/or Yearbook)
  • (choose Digital Photography, Digital Art, AP Art, AP Photo)
 
Students can choose either CTE Digital Journalism 2 or Yearbook as one elective and may choose from several options for the art elective including: Film Critique/Video Production, Digital Photography, Digital Arts 2, Studio Art/AP Studio Art.

12th Grade

Students will take a traditional offering for their English class.
 
  • (AP Language/Comp, AP Lit, or English 4)
  • (choose CTE Digital Journalism 2 and/or Yearbook)
  • (choose Digital Photography, Digital Art, AP Art, AP Photo)
 
Students can continue with the CTE Digital Journalism 3 or Yearbook classes and may take another art pathway elective (either an a
Expectations for students and difference between AS and CP

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Application Form

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Interested students should complete the form below. If you have questions, you can email Justin Raisner.  

 

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Media Arts Presentation

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