Kendrick High School will hold an open house today at 4 p.m. for its communications magnet program.
The high school has a communication arts and design magnet. Students are taught skills necessary to pursue careers in graphic and print communications. Topics covered in the curriculum include artistic expression, computer operations, graphic and imagery software applications, desktop publishing, photography, print journalism, teamwork and problem solving.
It is the county's newest magnet program. Students have until February to apply for a magnet program. Schools are allowed to accept a maximum of 100 students per grade level to the magnet program, with a maximum of 50 students per grade level from outside the attendance zone.
For more information, contact magnet coordinator Cheryl Rees at 706-565-2960