Our students are bright and capable young men and women, eager to learn and socialize with their peers. We try to provide many opportunities in the media center for them to come together and work as teams, inside and outside of the classroom, to improve their skill sets, and to best prepare for the future. We also strive to provide them with reading materials that appeal to their interests and help them grow as individuals.
Our high school is located in North Carolina and is largely populated by the children of our military stationed here and overseas.
We are a high needs school, serving a low-income population. With North Carolina school budgets being cut in every department, we no longer have enough funding for extra materials and look to you, dear donors, to aid in the education of all these bright young men and women.
Our students love to make videos and share information! Creating video is easier than ever before. We love to encourage our students to be content creators, not just passive content consumers.
This portable microphone and tripod adapter will make it easy for students to use their phones to make quality videos!
In the library, we encourage students to make review videos about the books they have read. We also like to encourage them to create informative or instructional videos to help other students. There is nothing more exciting than putting together a cool video to share. Help us create this makespace for media sharing in our high school!
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