Grossmont Union High School District

2nd Annual Career Education Webinar

2nd Annual Career Education Webinar

2021 iVIE Awards Documentary of the Year!

2021 iVIE Awards Documentary of the Year!

iVIE Awards 2021 Documentary of the Year

iVIE Awards 2021 Documentary of the Year

Congratulations to Jameel Armstrong- winner of the iVIE Awards 2021 Documentary of the Year for his film “Guidance. His film focused on the challenges and victories the Valhalla Guidance Department experienced serving the Orange Nation during the pandemic. Jameel, who graduated this past week, was a standout in our TV and Film program and the Saga Network/Orange Nation TV. Jameel is the first student in the 5-year history of our program to win this prestigious award. 
 
The iVie Awards (Innovative Video in Education) was originally started by the San Diego County Office of Education in 2001 as a region-wide film festival and has been organized by Media Arts Center San Diego since 2017. Since its inception, the film festival has evolved into a very successful film competition and receives hundreds of submissions for a variety of genres each year. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2021 GUHSD Film Festival

2021 GUHSD Film Festival

 
 
The 2020-2021 school year was one like no other but thanks to the dedicated Arts, Median & Entertainment (AME) teachers in our district, our AME multimedia students were able to showcase their passion for filmmaking at the 4th Annual GUHSD Film Festival! If you didn't get a chance to attend the drive-in event at Granite Hills High School, please take a look at the recording. Thank you to all of our teachers, admin, and school site staff for making this event a memorable one for our students!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CTE Student Quotes

 
 
CTE Student Quotes

“What I like about this class is designing a game and having to come up to solutions when something doesn’t work.” Game Design and Development Student-Monte Vista High School

“I am working on a game right now but I can’t get one of my divers to do what he’s supposed to so I have to figure it out. I like the challenge” Game Design Student-Monte Vista High School
 
“I like that we have a checklist of things to do and we can decide what to do next.”Automotive Engine Performance/ Emissions Control-Monte Vista High School Student
 
“I designed this piece and someone else made it. I like working as a team on a project and it really shows how things are in a real work place.” Metal Design, Fabrication & Welding Student-El Cajon Valley High School 

"I am so happy I was in the Cosmo pathway, Ms. Munoz was a great inspiration for find my dream job or creating it. I will be interviewing for a beauty advisor position." Cosmetology 2018 Graduate Student-Mt. Miguel High School

"My favorite was the facility project because we had to work as a team and everyone had a responsibility. It was fun to design a facility how we wanted and also learning about health and safety at the same time." Advanced Sports Medicine Student-West Hills High School
 

Career Technical Education connects secondary and post-secondary education to college expectations and labor market demand so students are focused, and ready for the future. CTE pathways provide students with the technical, academic and employability knowledge they need for success in college and careers. Modern CTE is adaptable, aligned with industry standards, college options and is an integral part of college prep education. The success of the pathways is due in part to the strong business partnerships the course have with local industry sectors. CTE - connecting college and career!