Granada Hills Charter High School Opens New iGranada Digital & Arts Campus
Posted by Councilmember Englander on October 02, 2015 at 12:00 PM
This Wednesday, I was happy to join Assemblymember Scott Wilk and Granada Hills Charter High School to cut the ribbon on the new iGranada Digital & Arts Program at the new Devonshire Campus.
The iGranada Digital Arts & Sciences program will provide over 200 students in grades nine through twelve and their parents with a flexible choice in education by combining online classes with the support of classroom advisors and peer collaboration. Students will learn to use the same digital tools as multimedia professionals while becoming certified in Java computer programming, HTML web programming, and Adobe Creative Suite for graphic design and video editing.
Granada Hills Charter High School has over 60 clubs and 43 athletic teams available to all students. iGranada students on the Devonshire campus have access to these same organizations and activities, receive the same high level of support provided to all GHCHS students, and are able to earn a GHCHS diploma. The new campus is located at 17081 Devonshire Street in Northridge, formerly Pinecrest School, and is less than a mile from the main campus on Zelzah Avenue.
I am proud to be a part of this new campus that represents the future and gifts our children an education that will: foster creativity, provide real world training and skills, and ultimately lead our community into the new generation of technological advancement.
Photos Courtesy of the Los Angeles Daily News
-Mitchell Englander, Councilmember Twelfth District
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