Career & Technical Education

BAA-Photos-2Boston Arts Academy is proud to be part of the Perkins Career & Technical Education (CTE) family. Since its inception, BAA has offered CTE programming that provides real-world experiences for students within in-demand industries.

The Design and Visual Communication curriculum is a four-year sequence of courses that begins in the 9th grade and goes through the 12th grade. Students build creative skills, vocabulary, and processes relating to graphic design, illustration, digital and darkroom photography, 3D modeling through architecture and interior design, identity/brand design, motion graphics and 2D animation, web design and the basics of HTML and CSS web development. Students have the opportunity to earn certification in Adobe software products that allow them to design and deliver innovative ideas for print, web, tablets, and smartphones. The program works in partnership with the Massachusetts College of Art & Design and other community partners.

While at BAA I had the privilege of being around and working with passionate artists of all kinds. The environment and energy at BAA helped me develop a mindset which has helped me as a professional.

 

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To access information about our CTE program in another language, please click the appropriate link below:

Arabic – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence

Cape Verdean – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence

Chinese – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence

French – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence

Haitian – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence

Portuguese – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence

Somali – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence

Spanish – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence

Vietnamese – CTE Program Information and Course Sequence
 

All individuals including those who are members of special populations are provided with equal access to career/vocational technical education programs, services and activities and are not discriminated against on the basis of their status as members of special populations or race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identify, English language proficiency, disability, or sexual orientation. Perkins Sections 122 & 134, Vocational Technical Education Regulations 603 CMR 4.03(4) (6) (7), M.G.L.c.76, Section 5.