• Graphic Communications 3 & 4

    CMYK…These senior level classes are a continuation of the junior level class, with an added emphasis on complex printing techniques.

    In GC2, where projects are one and two colors, GC 3 & 4 students are challenged to design and print four color process work. Students will learn about CMYK process color as well as additive and subtractive color theory.
    Opportunities are possible for internships and printing live client work. Additional processes taught in these senior-level classes include dye sublimation, laser engraving, using a plotter to create vinyl decals, and much more.
    The instructor will assign real world problems and students will analyze, discuss and try to solve the problem. Students will participate in a Senior Mastery project that will be a culmination of the program. They will present these in a final presentation to showcase their projects.
    GC 3 and GC 4 meet in the afternoon all year long. In the senior year, there will be an opportunity to gain industry experience through our work-based learning co-ops and students will have the opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications.  We also plan field trips that expose students to college GC programs and tours with industry.