Students interested in 3-D animation and computer-based gaming now have the opportunity to choose a high school completer program that matches their skills.
SRHS now offers Interactive Media Production as a high school completer track, with project-based courses in Interactive Medial Production, Photoshop & Illustrator, Flash & Premier Pro and Advanced Media Production. At the end of the 3-year course of study, students will have created a professional portfolio that they can build on through post high school training and employment.
This program prepares students for a variety careers in the digital environment, including web and media production, work in the Internet, with telecom companies, in interactive digital television, marketing and advertising. Students will learn how to integrate electronic text, graphics, moving images and sound to form structured, digital, computerized products that allow people to interact with the environment.
Want more information about this exciting new program of study? Contact your School Counselor at 410-956-5600, ext 210.
Project Lead the Way-
- Principles of Engineering
- Introduction to Engineering Design
- Digital Electronics
- Aerospace Engineering
- Civil Engineering/Architechture
- Engineering Design and Development
- Foundations of Technology
- Engineering Drawing I & II
- Architechtural Design I & II
The focus of Technology Education at South River is to develop each student’s capability to make responsible judgments about technology’s development, control, and use. Students are actively involved in the organized and integrated application of technological resources, engineering concepts, and scientific procedures. Through technology education experiences, students address the complexities of technology and issues that stem from designing, developing, using and assessing technological systems. In developing a functional understanding of technology, students will comprehend how human conditions, current affairs, and personal preferences drive technological design and problem solving. Actively engaged in making, developing, using, and managing technological systems, students will better understand the role of systems in meeting specific purposes.