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Class Information

Media Communications Class Information 

Length of Course

1 Year

Sessions Offered

Morning: 8:00 - 10:00 or 8:00 - 10:45 (depending on the high school)
Afternoon 12:00 - 2:00 or 12:00 - 2:45 (depending on the high school)

Main Areas of Focus

Lighting for Video
Digital Cameras
Video Cameras
Character Generator
Writing Scripts
Recording in Television Studio and on Location
Operating Computers for Editing
Directing Video Productions
Demo Reels
Operating Switcher, Mixer, Teleprompters, and Recording Equipment

State of Michigan Curriculum Segments

Industry Overview
Safety & Health
Design and Image Development
Image Output
Finishing Operations
Employability Skills and Portfolio
Applied Academics
New Media, Advanced Design and Image Development
Advanced Image Output
Advanced Finishing Operations
Project Management


OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Administration

High School Credit

Elective credit is earned at the local high schools when the course is completed. Students may be eligible to earn 4th year math-related credit, VPAA credit, and credit for an online learning experience. See your high school counselor for more information.

Student Leadership

Media Communications students have the opportunity for leadership, competition, and community service through various regional events.