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Students studying programs in this area at Tolles spend the majority of their time designing, producing, exhibiting, writing and preparing multimedia content in the arts, journalism and entertainment service areas.
 
Programs: Broadcast Video Production Digital Media ProductionArt Design & Communication 

Broadcast Video Production in Dublin City Schools

  • Prepare for careers in television broadcasting, production, camera and technical services, film, editing, digital media design, and audio/video engineering.
  • Students at Dublin City Schools can enroll in this career-technical satellite housed at Coffman, Jerome, and Scioto High Schools.
  • Student produce daily and weekly shows that are broadcast in-house, take part in film festivals and other competitions, and have the opportunity to develop real-world skills from industry experts from throughout Central Ohio. Students will take part in producing sports shows, commercials, short films, magazine shows, public access shows, and will work using state-of-the-art equipment.
Program Fuel:
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 12% growth in this career field through 2020.
  • Students in this program have gone on to further their studies at Columbus State and Ohio University, and have found employment at NBC4, ABC6, Mills James Productions, and more.
 Core Courses: Quick Facts:
  • Broadcast Video I
  • Broadcast Video II
  • Programs available at Coffman H.S., Jerome H.S., and Scioto H.S.
  • College Credits Available
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Art Design & Communication

  • Prepare for careers in graphic design, illustration, advertising, fine art, industrial design, character and environmental design, fashion or interior design.
  • Develop skills in an “artist’s lab” with individual work stations, Apple computers, and equipment that will assist in manual drawing techniques, painting, photo editing, and graphic design.
  • Students work towards the preparation of a portfolio that will feature various types of media and methodology. This lab stresses and honors the creative spirit that prepares students for postsecondary studies.
Program Fuel:
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics expects 7% growth in graphic design careers through 2020.
  • Graduates have gone on to study at the Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD), Columbus State, Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD), The Art Institutes of Ohio, Pittsburgh and Chicago, FIDM (Los Angeles), Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Ringling College of Art & Design, and more.
Core Courses:Quick Facts:
  • Visual Creation
  • Arts & Communication
  • Digital Print Design
  • Digital Image Editing
  • Estimated Supply/Uniform Costs: $125
  • College Credit Plus Available.
 
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