Available for Grades: 10th-12th (Teacher Approval)
Fine, Visual, or Performing Arts Credit, Occupational Education, or Elective
Description: Lights, Camera, Action! Video Production and TV broadcasting operates and produces a TV station and EAGLES Live. Students operate EAGLES TV/Comcast Channel 26 which is seen throughout Grays Harbor County. Teens are in front of the camera and behind the scenes as a technical person operating cameras and electronic equipment
College Credit: Tech Prep College Credits available, MST 260; Video/TV Production, (3 credits) will be provided through Centralia Community College with successful completion of this class to any student receiving a “B” or better
Available for Grades:
Occupational Education, Fine Art, or Elective
Description: The class introduces the fun and creative aspect of using computer technology. Students learn how to create computer graphics and animations as well as various multi-media aspects of the internet. Adobe CS4 is the software used for creating and designing web pages.
Digital Photography I, II
Available for Grades:
Fine, Visual, or Performing Arts, Occupational Education, or Elective
Description: Digital Photography combines photo taking with current computer technology. The hands on class shows students how a camera operates, how to take good pictures, how to utilize light, and how to use photo shop. Students learn about the history of photography, light theory, and special effects.
Available for Grades: 9th-12th (Teacher Approval)
Occupational Education, Fine Art with Approval, or Elective
Description: Students create and develop the high school yearbook using Adobe CS4. The professional product produced prepares any student for advertising, marketing, and graphic design. The students also shoot all the photos and go on assignment to all the EHS home events.
CTE Classes: Multi-Media
“I want to be a professional photographer and with Mr. Beldin’s professional background I have learned quite a lot about what it takes to be a photographer. He makes learning about it fun and I really enjoy the class.”
Tami Schindler, Class of 2011
“Designing signs, t-shirts, and flyers takes patience, creativity, and the ability to work with technology. Yearbook and Multi-Media classes have allowed me to do all this and manage finances for the Business Lab. It is awesome having this opportunity and this kind of responsibility. I really like witnessing the work we have done on the Baseball field and signs in town. passion for working with computers now an hope to one day have it be part of my career.”
Angie Patton, Class of 2014