• Digital and Visual Art and Development

    This coursework will appeal to students who have an interest in any multitude of careers in the graphic design field. See the course information below.

  • Prerequisites: Algebra 1 and English 1 (see course catalog for specific requirements for CP and Honors)

    Recommended Grades: 10, 11, 12

    Course 1: Digital Art and Design 1

    The Digital Art and Design program prepares students for careers in the graphic design field. Skills may be applied in any media, such as print, digital media, product design, packaging, etc. Most of the standards require students to combine text and graphics to communicate an effective message in the format intended for commercial reproduction. Students are also expected to use industry software and design concepts, principles, and processes to manipulate text and graphics, utilize and output appropriate file formats for Web and print, and meet client expectations.

    Course 2: Digital Art and Design 2

    This course is a continuation of Digital Art and Design 1 and includes further study in the graphic field. It also includes portfolio development and presentation, along with a focus on job resume application and interview. Students may be eligible to participate in cooperative work experiences or apprenticeships, which combine career and technology training with supervised work experience in business and industry.














    Honors Framework:

     Click this text for information on pursuing coursework at the honors level.



    Potential Careers:

    Graphic Designer

    Visual Artist

    Digital Illustrator

    Web Designer



    Game Designer

    Available Certifications:

    Adobe Photoshop

    Adobe Illustrator

    Adobe Indesign

    Adobe Dreamweaver

    Adobe Animate


    Student Organizations:



     National Technical Honor Society


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