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Teen Vision is a student operated broadcast/production program from Val Verde High School in Perris California.  Teen Vision is an elective course available to all High School students in the Val Verde Unified School District.  The program offers 3 classes; the first is an after school “Movie Class”, second is an after school “Community Broadcast Course”, and last, it is Teen Vision on the Go.

 Teen Vision is a unique program that gives our students an opportunity to be involved in a real world video production shoot. What do we mean by “Real World”? The students get a hands-on approach to video production.  Also, students have an opportunity to learn studio work by creating and videotaping live productions from our very own TV studio.   Students also have the opportunity to go out in the field and video tape various programs that Val Verde Unified School District offers as well as events for our local communities.  

The great thing about Teen Vision is that students learn how to edit, conduct interviews, switch on live productions, and learn the latest software’s such as Adobe Photoshop for pictures and graphics, Final Cut Pro for editing, Garage Band for creation of music and Adobe After Effects for Special Effects.     All student produced programming has an opportunity to be showcased on Time/Warner Cable Channel 16.  Our Channel is shared with the Moreno Valley Unified School District and our air time is every Tuesday, Thursday’s and Saturday’s with alternating Sunday’s.

We are receiving overwhelming accolades from the local communities regarding the various programs and shows we produce.  Some recent broadcast include: A Magazine show that highlights the various topics for our community.  Teen Vision students have also created numerous commercials for such businesses as; Juice it Up, AGS Martial Arts School, and are very own Val Verde Graphics department, as well as numerous public service announcements for our cable channel.   We also are responsible for videotaping various events for the district such as football and basketball games, track meets, dance recitals, spelling bees, and musical concerts to mention a few.  As for the community, we have filmed the Perris Christmas Parades and Veterans Day Parades for the city of Perris.  Also, the Riverside Office of Education (RCOE) has used Teen Vision for many video production projects.     

Teen Vision has also had phenomenal success with its after school “Movie Class”.  Each year a short movie is created that pertains to a specific genre and drives home a “Good” message that is viable to today’s youth.  For 13 consecutive years, our movies have won prestigious awards from the Panasonic KWN program. Mr. Del Campo, an instructor with Teen Vision and several students have gone to New York to receive their awards.  In 2003, 2011, and 2012, Mr. Del Campo and his team won the “Best Video of the Year” from Panasonic and represented Panasonic USA in a Global Competition. In 2011, they won “Global Best Video”.  Mr. Del Campo and his students have gone to Japan, Brazil and London for awards won for their short films. They have also received awards from the “Student Multimedia and Media Film Festival of California and the T-Tauri Film Festival, Palm Springs student Film Festival, and the International Student Film Festival. We also have won the prestigious “CINE” Golden eagle Award. 

We are very excited about the endless possibilities that Teen Vision Productions has to offer our students as well as our surrounding communities.  Remember our purpose is to promote a higher level learning in a practical and meaningful way.  The Teen Vision program is always ready to go. “Lights, Camera, Action”.