The Center for Media Arts, Design, and Production at River Bluff High School offers students the opportunity to craft works that link technological skill to their creative energies. The Center offers experiences in music technology and recording, television and video production, and digital photography.
The Center is open to all sophomores, juniors and seniors in Lexington One. Students spend a total of a half day within the Center each semester.
Students and faculty collaborate with each other and with other professionals on projects that are shared in a variety of venues inside and outside of RBHS. Students also develop practical skills applicable to almost any career including: critical analysis, research, teamwork, flexibility, perseverance, and the ability to meet deadlines. The relationship between the fine arts, technology and business, as well as the creative collaboration required to be successful in the media arts, design and production industries, are at the core of students’ experiences in this Center for Advanced Study.
Students can choose to specialize in one of four main areas of emphasis:
Music Technology and Recording
Television and Video Production
Jacob Smith, Principal