The audio/visual classes allow students to combine skills learned from many different fields. Elements of writing, photography, art, computers, music and more all come together in the audio/visual field.
In Delphi’s A/V classes, students engage in a wide variety of activities, including writing scripts, shooting and editing video, composing music on the computer, managing the lighting and sound of a video, making DVD’s, etc. Many of the weekend activities are promoted using videos that were written, shot and edited by students in the audio/visual classes. A/V students are sometimes assigned to be videographers at school events, and this footage can later be used in short student films or promotional videos for the school.
Some students do advanced video projects, creating videos that get wide distribution. For example, many of Delphi’s promotional videos were created by students in the audio/visual classes. Click on the images in the right-hand banner of this page to see just a few examples of videos created by Delphi students.