Afterschool Mondays through Fridays
For Grades 6 through 12
FILM + ANIMATION
Photoshop | Toon Boom | Final Cut Pro | Adobe Creative Suite
High School student film project highlighting homelessness in Palm Beach County was selected as one of only three finalist in the 2020, 25th Anniversary Palm Beaches Student Showcase of Films ‘Documentary’ category – the largest student film competition and award show for high school and college students in Florida.
Watch it HERE: https://youtu.be/LPj1DbQayTE
Student Showcase of Films Website
Mondays through Thursdays
4:00pm to 8:00pm
Creative Lab Time | 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Instruction | 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Creative Lab Time | 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Course runs September to June
Only 20 spaces available in CCE’s SplitRock Studios MacLab
(Only 10 spaces available due to COVID-19 restrictions)
The Center for Creative Education’s (CCE) Digital Literacy program develops middle and high school students’ abilities to interpret and design communication across the fluid digital formats of film, photography, video, audio, and interactive media. Creatively, students employ the elements of space, time, light, motion, color, and sound to develop their perspectives, feelings, and voices.
The program will focus on three strands named A Sense of Place, Designing PSAs, and
Global Vision through Digital Media through which we broaden students’ larger
understanding of the digital world so they can adapt to changing technology with confidence.
The first strand, A Sense of Place, highlights local history that teaches students about their neighborhood and Palm Beach County. Project objectives focus on balanced research, interviews and film production. Students develop their interviewing and writing skills, learn to translate research findings into visual storytelling, and produce a short documentary film that captures an issue of local concern. Last year, our students submitted their film for review so they could experience authentic external feedback and a chance be showcased publicly.
The second strand, Designing PSAs, gives students another opportunity for real-world applications in the community. Our students are paired up with local non-profits and challenged to develop digital PSAs that will market content and highlight the organization’s mission. Through this process, students strengthen their collaboration skills, apply their digital knowledge to visually synthesize and brand an organization’s assets in order to create a product that is both artistic and practical.
The third strand, Global Vision through Digital Media, is a series of mixed-media digital projects such as digital galleries, video exchanges, story challenges, and collaborative research. With the expertise of our partner Susan Gay Wemette from Blue Planet Writers’ Room, our students meet and create digital exchanges with other students around the world, comparing lives across geographical and cultural borders for greater understanding. This strand not only helps students’ communication and translation
skills internationally, but provides them with access and interaction with those they would not have access to otherwise.
Assessment For Placement
New / Interested Students must complete the program’s virtual, Online Fundamentals modules for assessment. Students who complete and excel in these modules earn a seat in CCE’s SplitRock Studio MacLab.
Each computer station is equipped with a 27″ iMac (5K, 16 GB) with an advanced video card, the complete Adobe Creative Suite, Toon Boom, Final Cut Pro, and more. Additional hardware includes headphones and Wacom Intuos S tablet.
Please call 561-805-9927 for more information.
$50.00 Non-Refundable registration fee.
Registration fee is deducted from the annual tuition cost.
Annual Tuition | $1,600.00 per student
(That’s only $43.25 per week with 18 hours of lab time!)
Tuition Reduction is available on a sliding scale which is based upon the families most recent tax returns.