Prep’s digital arts lab got a makeover this summer that turned it into a state-of-the-art facility offering industry-standard applications for graphics, video, photography and editing. Housed in the historic Meem building, the lab boasts 14 new iMac computers installed with all the latest software.
According to digital media instructor, Jesse Myers, the digital arts are a dynamic part of the school’s arts offerings and the new platform provides students with the most opportunities for a 21st-century multi-media classroom.
Current digital course offerings range from middle school digital photo to advanced digital applications. Jan Adesso, librarian and course scheduler, says that digital classes are among the most popular electives at Prep.