The students at our member schools are awesome! They’re creative and talented – and they’re using the High School Video Network to demonstrate their skills! For example, College Park High School student Jacob Skolnick produced this instructional video about how to properly fill and hang a hummingbird feeder. The nature footage is beautiful and Jacob’s instructions are clear and easy to follow.
The JV and varsity cheer squads at Granada High are amazing! They’ve got moves! And this video of the girls performing at a rally showcases their impressive talent. Nothing gets you fired up like a good rally – and these girls know how to bring it!
California High School students produced this video documenting the experiences of classmates who took part in “It Happens,” a campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of drunk driving. The video is informative and features some really eye-opening footage of what it’s like to be behind the wheel while you’re intoxicated.
HSVN is free for K12Rewards member schools and provides a powerful and unique tool for demonstrating the talents of the student body and keeping the school community connected. If your school isn’t a member, talk to a school administrator about joining!
K12Rewards member schools are doing amazing things! And the High School Video Network gives them a chance to share those experiences with their campus communities. For example, students at Clear Lake High created a video about their visit to a satellite truck. The trip gave the valuable knowledge about what it takes to run a million dollar operation and it provided valuable insight for those students interested in a career in media.
At Mt. Pleasant High, students produced a short film entitled, “Rise of a Student.” It follows the life of a high school student and the difficulties he encounters in his everyday life. The film was also an opportunity for students to gain experience in filmmaking and video production.
And at College Park High School, students shot footage of the school’s most recent blood drive, held in partnership with the American Red Cross. They used the footage to create a promotional video to encourage blood donation.
These are just a few examples of the exciting things our member schools are doing and the ways in which the High School Video Network supports their efforts. If your school is not yet a K12Rewards member, talk to your school administrators about joining!
Our member schools are awesome! And they’ve already posted a ton of great videos to their High School Video Network channels. To learn more about what our schools are up to and all the great things they’re doing with HSVN, check out these videos.
Granada High School shot a fantastic video about their robotics club. The club designs and builds robotic devices for statewide competition. Watch the video and see how these passionate students plan to use robotics and engineering in their future careers – and in their efforts to make a difference.
When it comes to news coverage, you can’t beat Cal High. Correspondents for the Grizzly News Network are on the ground for all the high stakes sports, academic competitions and school events. And they report it all with style and flare!
These students definitely have a sense of humor! Take a look at this clever promo for Clear Lake High’s Improv Club. And let me tell you, our schools’ videos are nothing if not worthy of viral status! Check out these videos to see students from Clear Lake High and Dublin High rock the Harlem Shake!
Students at our member schools are creative and passionate – and they’re producing some fantastic videos! If your school is a member, shop online with our merchants and support the great work these students are doing!