3 Students

Digital Graphic Design

The Digital Graphic Design Middle School Academy is a unique sequence of courses that enables students to identify, analyze and create various forms of graphic art. The curriculum is highly project based and is designed to ultimately prepare students for high school graphic design academies. Students are introduced to the latest versions of graphic design software used in the professional industry. 

These programs include: Adobe Photoshop C.S.6, Adobe Illustrator C.S.6, and InDesign C.S.6, to name a few. A wide array of tools are used to produce logos, labels, icons, advertising graphics, brochures, posters, presentation boards, photo enhancements, and SLR/Digital Photography. Students are expected to complete a sequence of three courses beginning at Grade 6.

Congress Middle
Plumosa School of the Arts (Grades 6-7, only)

In-House (You can only apply to the in-house program if you reside in the school zone)

*For details regarding specific programs offered at each school, please see the Choice Programs Booklet