• Design & Creative Media

  • Imagine Yourself...

    • Immersed in all aspects of design and the creative process
    • Creating innovative design using technology and traditional art materials
    • Designing packaging, print and online advertising, logos, animated GIF’s & icons, T-shirt & apparel graphics, snowboard, ski and skateboard graphics.
    • Learning Digital Illustration and Photography 

    What will I learn...

    First year:

    Jump into design and make your next year count! Join us for a year of design exploration and media integration in our state-of-the-art mac lab. Students will learn how to think like designers, use industry software to create a vast array of design projects, explore creative career opportunities and navigate the exciting ever changing design & media industries.

    Second year:

    Students staff a full scale design studio and work for real world clients, and have the opportunity to gain work experience with internships, OR they enroll in a full time paid co-op position at Lane Press


    • Earn college credits through this program at CCV and Northern Vermont University
    • Eligible students can earn the Graphic Design & Creative Media certification awarded by the Regional Graphic Design Council
    • Partner with industry professionals

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    Link to the DCM Assignments & Blog

  • Eileen Sinopoli, DCM Instructor
    Deanna Vaida, DCM Instructor
    Emmy Charron, CTE Counseling Coordinator
    Sheila Paterson, Special Populations Coordinator

    Program Time 9:40 a.m. to 2:05 p.m. 
    Phone: (802) 857-7222

    High School Credits Earned

    1st Year
    English(1 credit)
    Fine Art (1 credit)
    Electives (3 credits)

    2nd Year
    Fine Art (1 credit)
    English (1 credit)
    Electives (3 credits)

    Dual Enrollment
    College credits (3 credit course) are often available in:

    Graphic Design 1
    Graphic Design 2
    Intro to Adobe Creative Suite
    Drawing 1 & 2

    Articulation agreements with VT State art colleges offer between 6-12 additional college credits based on a student's portfolio presentation and evaluation.