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Digital media is fast becoming the standard means of communication for both popular culture and artistic expression. The increase in use of the Internet and mobile content, digital storytelling and interactive experience points to an increasingly digital communication future. The Lanier High School Center for Design and Technology (CDAT) will provide opportunities for students to gain the knowledge and skills required for careers in the areas of:
  • Interactive Design and Game Development
  • Modern Media and Programming
  • Digital Video Production and Mobile Media Design
  •  2 and 3 D Creation and Animation
  • Digital Illustration
  • Digital Photography
  • Interface Design
  • Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
  • Software Development including Mobile Apps
  • and more as local/state industry demands
The programs offered at Lanier CDAT would utilize creative expression and professional production skills and techniques as a means to develop mastery of core subject knowledge.  Critical thinking, communication and problem solving skills will be a core part of every project or task, and based on GCPS standards.
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Recent News

  • Awards and Competitions and Next Year Spring is traditionally awards and competitions season, the culmination of the year, and this season is no different.  We're so proud of our students and our program in general ...
    Posted Mar 15, 2015, 4:38 AM by Michael Reilly
  • Our kids continue to amaze In our last project, we were attempting our first school-wide PBL effort.  It's not just our 300 or so kids, but all 1800 or so, with the entire ...
    Posted Dec 6, 2014, 6:07 AM by Michael Reilly
  • Another milestone Today is the day.  We started CDAT a long time ago, with the blessing of the County, to try a new way.  It wasn't solely our idea, it was ...
    Posted Oct 10, 2014, 2:48 AM by Michael Reilly
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