The Virginia School Boards Association’s (VSBA) fourth annual student video contest challenged high school students across Virginia to create a 30-second video around the theme of “Student Achievement: What Does It Look Like?” The first, second and third place winners, selected out of 74 submissions, were announced today at the opening general session of the VSBA Annual Convention in Williamsburg, VA, and the videos were shown to the convention’s attendees. Click here
to watch the video. Career Center students who worked on the video are:
- Nikolai Karamyshev – Junior
- Rachael Osborne – Senior
- Bryce Rusk – Junior
- Kofi Roberts – Senior
- Mohamed "Kiyam" Muainudeen – Senior
- Brian McTyre – Junior
- Fernando Rocha – Junior
The students are in Thomas O’Day Television Production I and Television & Multimedia Production II.
The contest gives students an opportunity to create thought-provoking videos individually, in a small group, or as a class project. Videos were judged on how well they addressed the topic, the quality of the production of the video, as well as the depth of thought and creativity of the video. The contest was open to Virginia public high school students.
This is the third straight year that the Arlington Career Center has won this competition. About the Virginia School Boards Association
The Virginia School Boards Association, a voluntary, nonpartisan organization of Virginia school boards, promotes excellence in public education through advocacy, training, and services. The Association offers conferences, information, training, and counseling designed to meet the needs of the Commonwealth’s educational leaders.