The Audio Visual Technology & Film Pathway fosters an environment that facilitates an interdisciplinary approach to related mass communication fields of study, with a rigorous and relevant curriculum.
The Audio Visual Technology & Film Pathway focuses on providing students with knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience in broadcast video production. The curriculum emphasizes an inquiry-based approach to learning, while enhancing the students’ abilities to write, speak, and think critically about differing media and modes of communication.
First year: Audio and Video Technology and Film Second year: Audio-Video Technology and Film II Third year: Audio-Video Technology and Film III
A/V Technology and Film students will design, manufacture, operate and/or repair audio visual equipment, create presentations of sound, video, and data in a variety of formats, gather information, prepare broadcasts, build sets, and operate equipment used to record and transmit programs and/or motion pictures and operate sound making and/or video editing equipment.
Students in the A/V Technology and Film pathway are able to join and compete with SkillsUSA. Throughout the course of the year, students may attend the Champion's Rally, Fall Leadership Conference, Elevate Conference, Regional Competitions, and the State Leadership and Skills Conference.
Students are also eligible to apply for the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). NTHS is the premier honor society for Career and Technical Education students, drawing on their experiences in the CTAE classroom.