The Graphic/Print Communications Technology program provides students with the fundamental work place skills, technical application skills, and interpersonal skills necessary to enter and succeed in diverse careers associated with the graphic/print communications industry. Students will learn about artistic expression, computer operations, graphics and imagery software applications, machinery operation, desktop publishing, mechanical art, photography, camera equipment/digital electronic printing, image assembly, offset and letterpress processes, teamwork, problem solving, and communications skills necessary in today's modern graphic/printing communications facility. A partnership with Printing and Graphics Association Mid-Atlantic and the Community College of Baltimore County provides students with the opportunity to receive on-the-job training, earn national PrintED® certification.
‡ Students may earn a minimum of four MSDE Career & Technology (CTE) credits
Download admission criteria and Graphic/Print Communications ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES .
Western School of Technology and Environmental Science
Transportation is provided for students who are zoned for the Northwest or Southwest areas.