High School Media Workshop
Friday, July 30, 2021
Registration for the 2021 High School Media Workshop is now open!
Our capacity is limited so be sure to register soon.
Interested in applying for a High School Media Workshop scholarship? Apply here.
What to expect
The High School Media Workshop is a hands-on creative opportunity to explore your production passion. This one-day, in-person workshop will allow you to work with other high school students to create original work.
Choose from the following session topics:
- Video Production
- Music Recording
- Audio for Cinema
Hear from past participants
"The High School Media Workshop meant a lot to me and was definitely a huge part of my final decision to attend Ohio University. I already wanted to attend OU before the program, but the week on campus over the summer really drove it home that this was the right choice. The program introduced me to some awesome people (some of which I’ve been friends with since the program ended) and amazing opportunities that the Media School offers, like the OHIO-in-LA program, which I’m currently participating in." -Cade Evans, senior integrated media major (attended workshop as a high school student)
"The High School Media Workshop really showed me what the major was going to actually be like. It also helped me to meet some of the faculty that I would end up having as professors. I was pretty sure I wanted to go to OU before the workshop but it was really just the icing on the cake that really solidified my choice!" -Grace Fowler, senior integrated media major (attended workshop as a high school student)
"The workshop really cemented the idea of a hands-on production education with the School of Media Arts & Studies. I made friendships and connections that led me to choose Ohio University and the Scripps College of Communication as the obvious choice for my career in creative video!" -Andrew Pohlod, senior integrated media major (attended workshop as a high school student in 2017)
"The workshop was really helpful, I liked how varied the projects were. Was fascinating to have so much hands on creative experience while still in high school, it definitely led me to pursue more creative endeavors in my future." -Gabriel Antonuccio, junior integrated media production (attended the workshop in 2017)