Click Here - Academy Magazine Archives - Back Issues
Congratulations Commercial Art 2016 Seniors. Only 7 more weeks until graduation.
SkillsUSA States Conference: April 24th - 27th
Student Choice Awards Entry Call for Entries: April 29
SmART Night 8/Standard of Excellence Awards: May 13th, 2015
SkillsUSA Nationals Conference • Louisville, Kentucky: June 19th - 25th
Craig Naylor - Lead Teacher
Edward Bayonet - Teacher
Debra Conn - Guidance Councelor
SkillsUSA - a Career & Technical Student Organization
Students in our program are encouraged to join SkillsUSA, a nationally based industrial education club. Members can compete in local, state and national contests, comparing their skills with others of their age group enrolled in similar programs around the nation. Membership $25.
AAF Tampa Bay - ADDY awards
The AAF Student ADDY Awards Competition is a unique national awards program designed specially for design students. Work entered at your local level can move up to the regional and national judging, just like the work entered by professionals across the country.
Sponsored by the American Advertising Federation, the ADDYs are the largest and most representative creative competition in the advertising industry. Recognizing creative excellence and the very best advertising worldwide. Student entry fees $25. per entry, awards banquet $25.-$50.
Florida Print Awards
Sponsored by the Printing Association of Florida. The Florida Print Awards recognize individuals and organizations responsible for the creation or production of print communications. The competition promotes excellence in the industry and recognizes companies and individuals who produce the best in print media, and is open exclusively to PAF members. Entries are judged against ones submitted by schools with similar graphic design programs from arond the state which include both high schools and colleges. First 15 class entries are free. Awards banquet $95.
United by our commitment to challenge students through high expectations, and rigorous learning, we empower students to be creative problem solvers equipped with technical abilities to maximize their high school success and their opportunities for both post-secondary education and the work force.
Who We Are
Tampa Bay Technical High School (TBT) was established in 1969 as Tampa Bay Vocational Technical School.
What We Do
· Reading assignments should be completed prior to class discussion.
|Tweets by @mytbtart|