Mr. HochreiterTechnology DepartmentMr. Hochreiter teaches a variety of traditional technology courses, some of which alternate on a yearly basis. The multimedia classes are taught by Mr. H, the shop classes may be taught either by Mr. Hochreiter or Mr. Santoro.Multimedia Courses:Computer Graphics 1: Fall Semester Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 (1/2 unit) Course # 9127In this course you will create graphic layouts using a desktop computer. Learn how to use a computer to draw, paint, scan, and surf the internet. Layouts and images will be printed on a black and white or colored printer. Students will use a variety of Adobe software programs to develop layouts similar to those used in the graphics industry today.
Computer Graphics 2: Spring Semester Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 (1/2 unit) Course # 9128
Prerequisite - Computer Graphics 1Making things move! Students will use a combination of applications and techniques to create graphic images and designs for web applications. An advanced extension of Computer Graphics 1. Hands on experience using scan applications, image manipulation and illustration applications along with Multimedia software.
Media Productions Grades 10, 11, 12 (1 unit) (Alternate Year Course) Course # 9131
Pre-requisite: Computer Graphics I & II or Teacher Permission
Media Productions is a course that will concentrate on what it takes to create a product for various media styles. Included will be the study of the design elements (scenery, sound, and lighting), and enhancing the video editing techniques (including special effects) learned in Computer Graphics 2.Computer Graphics 3 Grades 10, 11, 12 (1 unit) (Alternate Year Course) Course # 9150Pre-requisite: Computer Graphics I & II or Teacher PermissionAnimation Studio continues the animation techniques first learned in Computer Graphics 2. This advanced class will develop and publish various projects using the Multimedia lab and will concentrate on 3-D effects, and basic animation styles in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and advanced techniques using Adobe After Effects. In addition the multimedia lab was able to acquire Autodesk Entertainment Suite software enabling the creation of 3-D characters and virtual reality scenes.Traditional Technology Courses:Manufacturing and Skilled Trades AcademyBasic Electricity and Electronics Grades 9, 10,11,12 (1/2 Unit) Course # 9110Transportation Systems Grades 9, 10,11,12 (1/2 Unit) Course # 9123Materials Processing Grades 9, 10,11,12 (1/2 Unit) Course # 9113