PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A new digital production lab at a Philadelphia high school is helping students build a foundation for the future.
The ribbon was cut for Overbrook High School’s renovated digital media lab on Friday. It has 26 computers and features a classroom, audio room, and film studio.
“I have a passion to create, so this does, like sort of, boost my confidence you can say,” said Anthony Allen, a junior at Overbrook, who also explained their first project in the new lab. “We are working on a branding logo. Basically, a logo for ourselves.”
“We want to have these types of programs in all of our high schools so that children in the high schools will have the opportunity of real-life experiences moving forward,” said Dr. William R. Hite, superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia.