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Animation provides an in-depth look at the history, principles, and production processes used in animation. Create 2D and 3D animation projects, short films, and learn how these skills are used in both the game design and visual effects industries. Learn professional-level software and earn free college credit in both Intermediate and Advanced Animation.

Improve your critical thinking and problem-solving skills in this pathway funded as a California Partnership Academy. Learn the most popular programming languages used today, compete in statewide coding competitions and develop skills that will lead to high demand/high paying careers. Two of the courses in this pathway provide opportunities for earning college credit by taking the AP exams.

DESIGN ARTS (Graphic Design)
In the Design Arts Pathway students will acquire graphic design skills while learning Adobe’s Creative Cloud Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign) and will learn about career opportunities in the graphic arts. Students have the opportunity to learn pixel and vector-based art with fun, creative projects. Students learn in a state-of-the-art computer lab and have the opportunity to earn college credit with two of the three high-quality pathway courses!

MEDIA PRODUCTION (Digital Media/Filmmaking)
Explore creative expression through digital storytelling! Learn the production processes used in filmmaking and television news production. This pathway gives students hands-on experience using professional-grade equipment and software while creating content for the Morning Bulletin broadcast and other special projects. Receive free college credit for DMA 2 and Broadcast Production.

Learn the background, skills, and theory to convert the designs of architects and engineers into technical drawings and plans. This pathway emphasizes the skills needed for success in architectural, civil, electrical, or mechanical drafting and engineering occupations. These skills include the design process, drafting standards and practices, technical communication, and design critique and presentation.

Engage in a series of project-based learning courses that teaches students various principles of mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering disciplines. Students apply individualized knowledge to a group project that simulates the real engineering world while producing prototypes based on a needs-based prompt. This pathway funded as a California Partnership Academy includes a robotics course that teaches electro-mechanical design and programming.

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