Welcome to AV Production

  • Welcome to AV Production! You will be learning various software, including Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, and possibly others. Whether you have film experience or not, you will learn the production processes of creating films that we hope to showcase at our annual Maverick Film Festival in the Spring. 

    Google Class Codes:
    AV Production I 6th period - lfeqnqf,  7th period - lklefqh 
    AV Production II with Lab - p66j6t7 


  • General Information
    Careers in audio and video technology and film production span all aspects of the audio/video communications industry. Within this context, in addition to developing advanced knowledge and skills needed for success in the Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications career cluster, students will be expected to develop an advanced understanding of the industry with a focus on pre-production, production, and post-production activities. Students will create a variety of professional films and videos throughout the school year.  
    Be on time. Be respectful of others in class and the equipment used in this class. This class will be required to create multiple projects through various software, create an e-portfolio website and utilize a YouTube channel for work submissions.
    Late Work
    Late work will be accepted but will result in the immediate loss of 20% of their grade. Absences will extend the deadline for assignment submission but it is the responsibility of the student to inquire about missing work.

    You are tardy at the start of class! No exceptions unless you have a pass. After 5 minutes, you will be counted absent. 
    Daily Work / Discussions – 60%
    Projects & Tests – 40%
    Tutoring will be available on Tuesday morning from 8:15-8:45 and Thursday afternoon from 4:25-5:00. If a student is in need of a different time, arrangements can be made.

    Re-Teach and Re-Assess
    As per the NEISD policy, if more than 50% of a class fails an assessment, the entire lesson will be re-taught and a new assessment will be given. Under these circumstances, students receive the higher of the two assessment grades. If a student fails an assessment and less than 50% of the class has failed, the student will have the opportunity to re-take the assessment outside of normal class time to receive a higher grade, not to exceed 70%.