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SCA Director

Coonen-Lee, Danna
Tech Arts Department Chair

SCA Administrator

Headrick, Cynthia
Assistant Principal

SCA Staff

Becerra, Christopher
ROP Teacher
Corpuz, Rodolfo
Math Teacher
De La Cruz, Mr. F
SPEd Math Teacher/Var Softball Coach
Doman, Pamela
PE Department Chair/Swim Coach/Cheer Coach/Dance Company Director
Fuqua-Caballero, Dayle
Spanish Teacher
Gray, Pamela
Counselor
Ingram, Cleo
CBI Teacher
Ishii, Lynn
Visual Arts Department Chair
Kokino, Olga
Teacher
Laughlin, Kyle
History Teacher/AVID Coordinator
Lomeli, Maria
World Language Department Chair
Lomeli, Rosaisela
English Teacher/Literary & Art Magazine Advisor/AVID Class of 2014 Advisor
McClure, Brian
English Teacher
Multani, Shama
History Teacher
Phear, Nancy
Teacher
Sabbagh, Kahlil
Teacher/Drumline Coach
School of Communication Arts

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Info Tech Slideshow

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Our Mission

The University High School School of Communication Arts (SCA) combines creativity and academics in student projects in areas such as art, graphics, computer applications, film, photography, journalism, web design, animation and television production. students take core academic classes to fulfill the "a - g" requirements as well as selecting from a wide variety of elective courses that emphasize the arts and writing through visual, print and digital communication.

Employability

In today’s high-tech world, the workplace demands that employees have higher levels of tech and computer skills, not just knowledge.  With SCA, students and teachers work collaboratively around supporting technology to assist students in attaining these skills, along with encouraging team-building, organizational skills, analytic and critical thinking skills that are so important in succeeding in college and in future jobs.

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Students Display Skills at CSUN & Info Tech

Communication Arts students in Danna Coonen-Lee's Animation and Web Design classes and students in Olga Kokino's Journalism classes have been showcasing their talents in a variety of venues, from Info Tech at the Los Angeles Convention Center to the California State University in Northridge.  Click on this link to see the press release recounting the April 30, 2011 events.

Olga Kokino

Consultant

School of Communication Arts

University High School

11800 Texas Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90025

(310) 914-3500

Career Paths

  • Animation
  • Commercial Illustration
  • Digital Imaging
  • Graphic Arts/Communications
  • Illustration/Design/Painting
  • Journalism/Desktop Publishing
  • Newspaper Writing/Production
  • Web Design
  • Yearbook Design/Production

Doodle 4 Google Contest

Students use their artistic talents to think big and redesign Google’s homepage logo around the theme of the year. It all starts with art supplies and some 8.5" x 11" paper. And, one lucky student artist will take home a $15,000 college scholarship and $25,000 technology grant for their school, among many other prizes. Please submit entries to Ms. Kokino. The winning doodle will be featured on our Google.com homepage.

http://www.google.com/doodle4google/

Video Festival Call for Submissions

Submissions are now being accepted for the Annual South Bay Student Video Festival, one of the longest running student video fests in Los Angeles. The festival showcases the best work in high school ...more

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