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
Admission criteria and ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES available here.
Western School of Technology and Environmental Science
Transportation is provided for students who are zoned for the Northwest or Southwest areas.