Programs of Distinction
Each trimester students can choose a videography, digital photography or graphic design course. In addition to these formal offerings, our Media Lab students join forces with fellow students for cross-curricular projects that combine learning experiences from a variety of classes and activities such as music and mountain biking!
Students explore the esthetics and mechanics of contemporary digital photography including use of a camera as well as their phones and their various applications.
Students are introduced to the DSLR camera and the many modes of shooting film as well as becoming fluent in Adobe Photoshop, learning how to catalog, archive and print their work for exhibition.
Students learn the latest technologies and processes of digital video production including field and studio camera operation, sound, lighting, project planning and more! Our Graphic Design course provides students the opportunity to learn and apply techniques and theories that communicate a visual message. Students develop competency in computer illustration, layout, color, editing, typography and printing.
the tiny house experience
Students learn through teamwork, identifying problems and finding solutions. Coursework includes budgets, timelines, the study of the environmental impact the build and its various products will have in addition to the construction which will span a two-year period. Students are encouraged to seek outside help as needed to address technical challenges and to carry our experiments as they go. Salisbury boys gain hands-on experience with a real life project in a wide array of learning opportunities.t