Cinematography

Kensington Creative and Performing Arts High School

City Wide Access


1901 N. Front St.
Philadelphia, PA  19122

Main:
215-291-5010
Web:
http://kensingtoncapa.wix.com/kcapa
The mission of Kensington Creative and Performing Arts High School is to provide our students with a rigorous academic program and comprehensive educational experiences in a safe, supportive learning environment which will prepare students for postsecondary studies, careers, and opportunities in the elds of the expressive arts.

Program Info:

This program introduces students to the art and science of Digital Film & Video Production. Students learn several types of media productions while developing a full understanding of hardware, software and the equipment necessary for delivering effective presentations for business, industry and entertainment. Instruction includes training in concept design, screen writing, video production, television production, audio production, electronic computer imaging, editing, cable television, DVD authoring, and presentation technology. A variety of updated computer software applications are taught including Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Soundtrack Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Final Draft and Microsoft Power Point. Using state-of-the-art digital technology, students will apply their knowledge to create quality media productions for cable and television broadcast, DVD, the web, corporate video-based communications and computer-based presentation technology. This program will enhance students’ computer literacy and communications skills, as well as a personal portfolio in preparation for college, business and employment.
Admission Requirements
Application RequirementsCity Wide Access programs in Neighborhood Schools don't have admissions criteria but must have enough space. Admission for students outside the neighborhood is based on availability and lottery.



Program NotesThis program introduces students to the art and science of Digital Film & Video Production. Students learn several types of media productions while developing a full understanding of hardware, software and the equipment necessary for delivering effective presentations for business, industry and entertainment. Instruction includes training in concept design, screen writing, video production, television production, audio production, electronic computer imaging, editing, cable television, DVD authoring, and presentation technology. A variety of updated computer software applications are taught including Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Soundtrack Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Final Draft and Microsoft Power Point. Using state-of-the-art digital technology, students will apply their knowledge to create quality media productions for cable and television broadcast, DVD, the web, corporate video-based communications and computer-based presentation technology. This program will enhance students’ computer literacy and communications skills, as well as a personal portfolio in preparation for college, business and employment.
Academic Performance
Overall SPR Peer Rank12th OF 26
Overall SPR Performance TierINTERVENE
Performance Tier: AchievementINTERVENE
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Performance Tier: College & CareerINTERVENE
Students Who Graduate in 4 Years75%
This is the percentage of a group of students at a school that graduated within 4 years.
College Enrollment Rates58%
School Culture
Student Attendance87%
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School Fit
Total Enrollment500
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Demographics
Black 30.63%
American Indian / Alaskan 0%
Asian 0%
Filipino 0%
Hispanic 59.68%
Pacific Islander 0%
White 7.11%
Two or More Races 0%
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General Information
School TypeCity Wide Access
Grades Served9 - 12
School PartnersAPMAs4JsCollege Access ProgramCommunity CoalitionCommunity College of PhiladelphiaCongresoGEAR UPKensington SchoolLULACMVP 360Philadelphia Education FundPhiladelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (PHENND)Ready for LifeTemple UniversityTemple University’s AYP
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Courses Offered
Classes and AcademicsCalculusCinematographyEnglish Literature and CompositionEnvironmental ScienceEnvironmental/Green Club
CTE Courses and ProgramsFilm and Video ProductionGraphic Design
Extracurriculars
College and CareerCollege 60%
College: Dual Enrollment(Not Available)
SportsBadmintonBaseballBasketball, BoysBasketball, GirlsBowlingDanceFootballSoccer, BoysSoccer, GirlsSoftballVolleyball, BoysVolleyball, GirlsWrestling
ArtsChoirDanceDrumlinePoetry ClubSongwriting ClubTheatervisual artvocal and instrumental musicYearbook
Media(Not Available)
STEM(Not Available)
Cultural/Ethnic Language Clubs(Not Available)
Health and Wellness(Not Available)
Life and LeadershipPeer MediationSenior Class Executive BoardStudent Council/Government
Parents and Community(Not Available)
Other(Not Available)