These one-year courses introduces students to the Elements of Art and Principles of Design while developing drawing skills and painting techniques. Studio experiences in the classroom will give students opportunities to experience a variety of media (pencil, pen, ink, charcoal, pastel, watercolor, and paint) while developing student’s individual style and creative problem solving skills. Students will demonstrate their ability to respond, to analyze and to interpret their own artwork and the work of others through discussions, critiques, and writings. This one-year course meets State and National Visual and Performing Arts Requirement.
This course concentrates on drafting, painting, masking and compositing features and capabilities using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. This course serves as a detailed introduction to the unparalleled possibilities for creating and manipulating images in digital formats. Students will learn and master the use of basic tools, multiple-step techniques, digital asset and workflow management along with an overall review of fundamental concepts of visual art and design.
Cyber Literacy is a hands-on curriculum that builds a strong cyber foundation for high school students. The course introduces students to cyber by blending robotics, programming, electricity, and elements of liberal arts. Students learn about the opportunities, threats, responsibilities, and legal constraints associated with operating in cyberspace. Throughout the course, students learn the basics of electricity, programming, and networking as well as develop critical thinking skills. Cyber Literacy lays a foundation for further exploration into STEM and cyber-related topics.
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