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!