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What We Do
The Digital Media Arts program is the home of creativity and collaborative project-based-learning at the Career Center. Using some of the latest technologies and in anticipation of technologies to come, our students have all the tools needed to design and create in both artistic and professional settings. Combining many media types, career paths, and industry trends, the curriculum of Digital Media Arts takes a progressive approach to learning. The first quarter helps students enhance their vision of the world through photography by mastering cameras and manipulation software like Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. In the second quarter, students learn new ways of communicating and work with professionals in the community during our graphic design unit. During the third and forth quarter, students learn about music production and begin our advanced filmmaking unit where they master industry-standard camera equipment and software. Whether it is through photography, graphics, film, music, web design, or animation, "DMA" students master creativity for the entire world of media possibilities.
"DMA" now offers a second-year program for advanced study within your chosen media path. DMA II's curriculum puts an emphasis on portfolio development to advance your career and/or secondary education.
Successful students in this program have these academic opportunities available to them.
- Adobe Certified Associate Certification (currently offered in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Premiere Pro)
- Earn Up to 6 College Credits with a submitted portfolio through an Articulation Agreement with Vermont State Colleges (other college options available on request).
- Earn Up to 6 College Credits for 'Photography 101' and 'Intro to Adobe Creative Cloud' courses through Dual Enrollment with the Community College of Vermont.
For more information about Adobe Certification, click HERE to see a useful chart about this certification path.
Vermont Proficiency Alignment
While covering a full curriculum of content specific to this trade, students in this program will be trained and assessed on the following high school-level academic proficiencies using the following indicators from Vermont’s Proficiency-Based Graduation Requirements.
For more information about Vermont’s Proficiency-Based Graduation Requirements, visit the VT Agency of Education’s website here.
2. Number & Quantity
2. Physical Science
8. Engineering Tech
ENGLISH & LITERACY
2. Writing (Creative)
3. Writing (Research)
4. Speaking & Listening (Discussion)
5. Speaking & Listening (Presentational)
1. Career Exploration
2. Career Clusters
3. Career Readiness
4. Work Readiness
7. Speaking & Listening
8. Digital Citizenship
9. Creative Communicator
3. Problem Solving
5. Integrative Thinking
See the link above to our Program of Studies for further information about this program, including...
- Recommended Reading Level
- Recommended Math Skills
- CVCC Safety Exam
Hardware for Student Use
Each student has a wealth of hardware and facility resources available for their study in this course, including...
Software for Student Use
Successful completion of two semesters of Digital Media Arts will promote proficiencies in the software programs we utilize here, such as...
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The Barre Unified Union School District / Central Vermont Career Center offers additional services to students with limited English language skills or with disabilities so that they may benefit from these programs. Individuals wishing to obtain information about the existence and location of accessible services, activities, and facilities should contact the 504 Coordinator (information found by clicking here).
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