The Center for Mass Communications provides students with a creative, project based learning environment. 

 

What is it that we do? We learn how to make stuff. Cool stuff. Stuff that makes people ask, “how did they do that?” Stuff that real people and organizations in the community have used to promote themselves and their goals. But most importantly, we make stuff that we’re proud to show off and claim as our own. So check it out. We don’t mind.


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Graphic Design

Students learn the principles of visual communication and produce logos, websites, and promotional materials using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and In-Design.

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Video production

 Do you want to take your video production skills to the next level? Learn how to produce slick videos to communicate your ideas. Students learn how to shoot, write, voice and edit for video.

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Journalism

 Students learn the essential reporting and writing skills for journalism. Through a mix of study and hands-on learning students produce journalistic stories for a variety of media platforms.

It’s a place where you can let your creativity grow.
Haley

Student Work

 
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MHS VOICE

Mass communications seniors produce a weekly news show. Students must research, interview, write, shoot, voice and edit their own news style packages.

Chesterfield county animal services

Eleventh grade mass communications students produced videos to help the shelter’s dogs, cats, and even chickens get adopted. Students provided marketing videos for an organization within our community.


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School campaign

The tenth grade graphic design students developed a marketing campaign promoting less screen time for teens.

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diversity campaign

Manchester is proud of its diverse student body. Mass communications celebrated this diversity with a marketing campaign and designed stickers, t-shirts, and posters.

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Chesterfield Animal shelter

Tenth grade students designed the logo you see above along with a campaign to debunk myths about animals.