At JMA, high school goes beyond books. By incorporating communications and technology into a challenging academic program, JMA offers its students the opportunity to connect with their local, national and international communities, by combining media-savvy skill sets with a strong foundation in traditional academics.
Strongly committed to the symbiosis of education and innovation, the JMA faculty brings passion and expertise into their classroom settings, whether in a chem lab, Photoshop seminar, work in the field shooting a commercial, or during a conversation about a literary work.
JMA's model of 21st century education builds upon traditional pedagogies of learning and recasts them to fit the emerging needs of today and tomorrow’s learners, who will continue to use technology and communications in any career they choose to pursue. And, tech-savvy students have a jump-start in college; long-gone are the days where submitting a typed paper for a class would suffice. Multi-media knowledge enables college students to leverage their skills into creative presentations to are likely to score higher than less creative approaches.
Not only do JMA students graduate highly skilled in the fields of journalism and communications, they face a bright and focused future with the essential skills of intellectual curiosity, inquiry and self-expression.