Program Description

The Graphics Communications program is designed to give students an overall understanding of the graphing and printing industries and their major operations while teaching academic and technical competencies that lead to nationally recognized certifications.

 

 

 

Available Certifications  Available College Credits
Graphic Communication Assessment
Advertising an Design Assessment
Digital File Preparation/Digital File Output Assessment
Offset Press Assessment
College of Southern Maryland (3 Credits)
Bridgemont Community & Technical College (5 Credits)

Course Sequence
Introduction to Graphic Communications
Advanced Graphic Communications
Digital File Preparation & Output
Graphic Design & Screenprinting

Sample High School Schedule

 9th Grade  10th Grade  11th Grade  12th Grade
 1 Introduction to Graphic Communications Advanced Graphic Communications Digital File Preparation & Output Graphic Design & Screenprinting
 2  Health/Fitness For Life Requirement  Elective Digital File Preparation & Output Graphic Design & Screenprinting
 3  Fine Arts Requirement  Financial Literacy  Elective  Elective
 4 Science Requirement Science Requirement  Science Requirement  Science Requirement
 5  History Requirement  History Requirement  History Requirement  Elective
 6 English Requirement  English Requirement  English Requirement  English Requirement
 7  Math Requirement  Math Requirement  Math Requirement Math Requirement 
8 Technology Education Requirement Elective Elective Elective

 

High Schools that Offer the Program
North Point High School- Students apply in 8th grade