Communication, Arts and Media Magnet
The 2016-17 school year will introduce newly redesigned magnet programs at CPHS; Communication, Arts & Media (CAM) and Engineering, Environmental & Veterinary Sciences (EEVS).
The centerpiece of CAM Magnet will be the new $5 million BAIT studio complex and its dazzling array of state-of-the-art equipment. The CAM program will offer students a choice of pathways to prepare for college and careers in such diverse fields as photography, video production, video game and app design, computer programming, and graphic arts. CAM will replace the current World Languages, International Business & Trade magnet.
Our interdisciplinary and project-based learning model offers CAM Magnet students a choice of three pathways of sequential courses: