Congrats to Cinematic Arts student Maddox Chen, who was selected from thousands of submissions to be published in the NYT contest, “Coming of Age 2020,” released in October as a book. His image represented his experience during remote learning and the pandemic lockdown. See more nationally award-winning student work on

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Media Arts Update

Congrats to Broadcast Journalism seniors, Matthew Cullen who will attend USC Annenberg and Walker Watson who will attend UT Austin, both as journalism majors! And congrats to Media Arts Adviser Michael Hernandez, who will be traveling to Antarctica in February with National Geographic as part of his Lindblad Expeditions/National Geographic Grosvenor

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Where can students be heard, become a leader, and create award-winning projects for their college portfolios? Sign up now for Media Arts classes: Cinematic Arts, Photography, and Broadcast Journalism (the class that produces the Mustang Morning News). See our students’ work in this new video produced by Cinematic Arts student,

Broadcast Journalism Recognized Nationwide

Congratulations to Broadcast Journalism students! Their flagship news publication, the Mustang Morning News, was recognized as a finalist for Broadcast Pacemaker award, the top newscast in the country. Another one of their stories, about Bruce’s Beach, won an Honorable Mention in the Story of the year competition. See more of

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Find out what’s going on around campus and our community with news produced by students in the nationally award-winning broadcast journalism program! Tune in to the first edition of The Mustang Morning News this Thursday at 9:05am. Click Here to watch live, or later on demand, Click

Media Arts

Now that many colleges–including UC/CSU–are no longer accepting the SAT/ACT, how can students stand out on college apps? Media Arts classes like Broadcast Journalism, Cinematic Arts, and Photography provide rigorous, collaborative projects that students can put on their resume. See their nationally award-winning work, and find out how to enroll in the

Media Art students publish Dilation!

Media Arts students just published Dilation, their first digital magazine about art, literature, photography and ideas. And it’s available now for free on Apple Books. Click Here to view! There’s still time to join our nationally award winning program and be part of cutting edge projects like this. Find

Broadcast Journalism students win prestigious national awards!

Congratulations to MCHS Broadcast Journalism students who were recently recognized by the national honor society for journalism, Quill and Scroll Society, for their news reporting. Honors include best multimedia newscast (Tolou Shams), third place multimedia news story (Matthew Cullen and Walker Watson), and honorable mention for podcast and short documentary

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