Indian Springs High School
Student Enrolled: 1,893
Academies on Campus: 6
Students in an Academy: 751
Teacher associated with an Academy: 24
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Academies Offered at Indian Springs:
- Marketing & Advertising Pathway
- Digital Design Pathway
- Technical Theatre Pathway
- Health Academy
- Machining Academy
For more information view the official Indian Springs High School Linked Learning Brochure.
MARKETING & ADVERTISING PATHWAY
The Indian Springs High School Marketing & Advertising Pathway prepares students to have a strong foundation in business and marketing principles, preparing them to enter the workforce or further their education in a collegiate setting after graduation.
The journey begins with the foundation of the pathway in marketing and design concepts, terminology, advertising and entrepreneurial strategies and skills. As the journey continues, students will learn and engage in the implementation of state of the art equipment to create original products for their clientele as well as writing and producing our new school newspaper, The Coyote Howler. The journey culminates with the focus placed on brand development and the development of advertising executions and ethics, graphic and logo design, instruction through creative appeals, and media selection in advertising effectiveness. Throughout their course of studies in the pathway, students will also engage in the creation and operation of our student run enterprise, Coyote Creations.
DIGITAL DESIGN PATHWAY
The Indian Springs High School Digital Design Pathway is a three-year course of study that exposes students to graphic design through Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign. In their second and third years, students will learn how to design an original product where they will learn the business side of product development, the understanding of intellectual property, marketing and advertising. Students will leave the Digital Design Pathway with a personal website showcasing a portfolio of original designs they have created over the course of their study in the pathway.
TECHNICAL THEATRE PATHWAY
In the Indian Springs High School Technical Theatre Pathway, students are introduced to theatre appreciation and history through the lens of a technical theatre. Students will learn backstage fundamentals such as design (including the critique and analysis of various artistic processes and theoretical perspective seen in art), safety, theatre terminology and tool handling, properties, sound, scenic construction and lighting to prepare students to participate not only on technical crews at the high school productions, but collegiate and professional theatres.
The Indian Springs Health Academy prepares students for deeper studies in the Medical and Health Sciences industry.
Everyone begins their journey into the field with a course in medical terminology, ensuring they have the strong foundational vocabulary and language of the health field. Following this foundational course, students will choose an area of concentrated study.
Their first choice: The Patient Care Pathway is designed for students who are interested in any career that involves patient care. Students will receive an insight into both pre-hospital and in-hospital patient care by first taking the First Responder course then progressing into the CNA course. Students will have the opportunity to earn their CPR and First Aid certifications.
Their second choice: The Sports Medicine and Advanced Sports Medicine Pathway, which introduces students to the world of athletic training and sports therapy.
In the Indian Springs High School Machining Academy, students will develop the machining and CNC programming skills to immediately enter a position in the manufacturing industry upon graduation. This three-year course of study gives students the foundational skills of working with manual industry machining techniques, progressing to computerized product creation using SolidWorks and MasterCAM to 3D print prototypes.
In their second and third years, students progress into CNC programming and machining, earning nationally recognized NIMS (National Institute of Metalworking Skills) certifications, and finally interning with our industry partners as seniors.
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