The DMAA Student of the Week is Cameryn Harvey! Cameryn is not only an extremely talented videographer and photographer, she is also a high achieving academic student and a part of our EDHS ASB. As a video student, Cameryn always made some of the most thoughtful and creative projects. Her thought provoking AP Photo portfolio theme this year ponders the question, "What defines change?" Cameryn is kind and giving and truly a well-rounded student. We are pleased to announce that
Congratulations to Jordyn Sievers for being the DMAA Student of the Week for April 19-25. Jordyn is one of the hardest working students in Hawk Talk, on film sets, out filming sports and other school events. She is everywhere. Not only is Jordyn one of our most involved students, she's also one of the most supportive. She's always there to lend a helping hand and looking out for others. Congrats Jordyn and thanks for everything you do!
DMAA student of the week goes to a student who has proved his dedication to digital art. Since the start of the year, Max Lee has stood out as a talented visual communicator. His work shows that he's not afraid to try new techniques and take risks. Because of these reasons, Max was selected this week as DMAA Student of the Week.
A Taste of El Dorado - Check Out Our 8th Grade Preview Video. Welcome to El Dorado FUTURE HAWKS! We are looking forward to meeting the class of 2025! This video is a preview of EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL made especially for our incoming 8th grade students and their parents. This video is scheduled to premiere beginning at 6pm on Wednesday, April 14th. (It will remain private until that time)
Please congratulate Junior DMAA artist Amelia Kim! She was accepted to a 2 week study at the world-renowned UCLA Department of Art this summer! The UCLA Summer Art Institute is designed for talented and highly motivated high school students. Each two-week session carries three units of UCLA college credit and is structured around a combination of daily, focused studio work, artist lectures, group critiques, and one-on-one meetings with faculty in the pathways of Drawing & Pai