The Fine Arts & Media Communications (FAMC) Small Learning Community curriculum is designed to assist students in developing skills necessary to succeed in rigorious, relevant coursework that will provide a framework for preparation for college and post-graduate work. By the end of their senior year, students will be prepared to attend the colleges and universities of their choice.
•Graduate 95% of entering ninth graders in four years
•Prepare students for college entry and/or real post-secondary options
•Offer students a rigorous and relevant curriculum
•Students will be able to exceed rigorous state standards in all core academic areas.
•Students will be able to express themselves creatively in all areas as they participate in a program of study based on their interest.
•Students will be prepared to enter and succeed in college.
Program of Study
In addition to the core program of study, students will be required to take the following classes to meet the requirements of the FAMC Small Learning Community:
•Video Broadcasting Production
•Students will be critical thinkers and problem solvers when faced with real-world problems.
•Students will communicate effectively through written and oral communication.
•Students will illustrate the interdisciplinary connection between the fine arts, media communications, and other core academic areas.