Film and digital media production programs provide quality education in the creation and delivery of ideas through television and film production. Students learn the ropes in professional broadcast studios with high quality equipment, remote cameras, video recorders, video switching, editing equipment and computer graphics to complete their academic and filmmaking projects.
The Digital Media Program at A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts blends two dynamic programs, Communication Arts and Visual Arts into one seamless course of study. Students take classes in film, digital video production, animation, graphic design and photography, working with moving and still images for experimental, documentary and short films in a variety of genres. Visit awdsoa.org/digital-media1.html.
Palm Beach Gardens High School (PBGHS) has the Television & Film Production Technology Program as a staple in their award-winning Five Star Magnet Program. Students learn as a team, working in a replicated environment found in professional television, radio and production facilities. At the 2019 Palm Beaches Student Showcase of Films, PBGHS took first place awards in Music Video, Environmental PSA and Poster Design. Visit fivestarmagnet.org/programs/television-and-film-production-technology/.
The Television Production Academy at Seminole Ridge High School (SRHS) allows students to acquire the fine points of television journalism with a hands-on approach, culminating in the operation of a fully functional in-house television station, WSRH TV. Visit seminoleridgetv.com/.
There are other excellent programs such as Television & Film Production at Park Vista High School or the Visual Arts Program at Santaluces High School. Luckily for students, there are several programs flourishing in PBC!