Media, Design & Communication (MDC)

Journalism (Broadcast Journalism) 15/25/35 

Prerequisite: 15/25 (in sequence) 

This course is focused on creating a student run broadcast featuring arts, sports, news and stories from the Centennial School Community. Broadcast Journalism students are instrumental in creating content for the Yotes Social Broadcast. This show will produce content that increases students voice in order to promote school spirit and community. Yotes Social Broadcast students are problem-solvers, creators, self-motivated and leaders. Students rotate through a variety of television broadcast roles including: producing, writing, on-air talent, reporting, camera, graphics, audio, editing and video operations. 

Cosplay Couture: Multi Level

Prerequisite:  Successful completion of sequential modules 

Cosplay is a recent term which refers to Costume Roleplay. In this course students will explore a variety of characters in Anime, Manga, Video Games, Comic Books, Movies or Animation and recreate the total look of their chosen character. Students gain an understanding of the safe use and care of sewing equipment, and basic techniques in the layout and construction of clothing and accessories. 

Fashion Studies: Introductory/Intermediate/Advanced

Prerequisite:  Intro/Inter (in sequence) 

Fashion Studies Introductory students develop knowledge related to clothing and textile design. Developing sewing construction skills will be the main focus for each of the courses. The Intermediate program is a continuation of Fashion Studies Introductory as students will further develop sewing skills by working with specialty type fabrics and notions. The Advanced program is an exciting ‘must’ for the student who is keenly interested in clothing construction. Custom finishing and details on garments are emphasized as well as contemporary tailoring techniques are introduced. 


Multimedia: Introductory/Intermediate/Advanced

Prerequisite: Multimedia Intro/Inter (in sequence) 

The purpose of this course is to introduce students tot he skills, knowledge and practices necessary to produce multimedia content. Students will learn production techniques and methods using a full range of software. They will gain knowledge and experience in the areas of visual composition, photography, audio/video, stop motion animation, editing and web design. Students will be using digital DSLR and video cameras, industry-standard computer programs and ADOBE software packages.

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