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Courses

Publications: Journalism & Literary Journal(0190)

  • Year long course – 10 credits
  • Grades eligible: 10, 11, 12
  • Prerequisites:
    • ‘B’ or higher in English or History
    • Application required
    • Journalism teacher approval
  • Graduation requirement: Elective
  • UC/CSU A-G requirement: ‘G’ (Elective)

Students will write stories, take photographs, design graphics, sell advertising, create videos and podcasts, collaborate with peers, and manage the website for the Paw Print, the student newspaper. They will learn and practice writing, communication, and leadership skills as they produce both the online school news site and the monthly print edition. Journalism students should be able to meet deadlines, work well with others, and have an interest in writing, photography, design, and computers. This course will require students to cover certain events and coverage after school and outside of class time. Students must complete an application in order to be considered for the class.

 

Yearbook     (0182)

  • Year long course – 10 credits
  • Grades eligible: 11, 12
  • Prerequisites:
    • Yearbook teacher approval
    • ‘B’ or higher in English
    • Application required
  • Graduation requirement: Elective
  • UC/CSU A-G requirement: Pending 'G' Approval 

Students create a one-of-a-kind yearbook. All students write, design, layout, organize, illustrate, photograph, and produce a 208-page book of memories for the entire school community. Las Olas, the HMBHS Yearbook, is for all students and presents as many different events and activities as possible, making it an important part of the school experience. Participation in Yearbook demands responsibility, talent, time, organizational skills, the ability to work well with others, and the ability to meet deadlines. Many students focus on one major facet of production such as photography, layout and design, writing and reporting, or computer design. Computer experience is very helpful, as the layouts and designs will all be done with in Design and Adobe Photoshop. The instructor considers a limited selection of students.

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Updated 2017-18 Planning Guide