Broadcast Journalism Academy
This Academy prepares students for careers in television production, internet-based media, and broadcast reporting. Students in this Academy produce the programming for CAV-TV, an award-winning television station, work with career journalists, and intern at local and national media outlets.
JFK is the only PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab in Montgomery County. The program connects our students to local PBS stations and news professionals in the community to produce original, student-generated video reports. The students who participate in the project learn how to think critically, problem solve, synthesize information and investigate important topics. The Kennedy High School Reporting Lab web page provides many examples of the students' work.
The following download is an example of a plan that may be modified to meet a student’s individual needs. All students must take prescribed English, math, science, social studies, and other courses required for a Maryland high school diploma. The academy electives courses are part of each academy pathway. See High School Program Overview for more information.
MEET KATELYN, BROADCAST JOURNALISM ACADEMY STUDENT
MEET JAYLAH, BROADCAST JOURNALISM ACADEMY STUDENT