The Mass Media Communications Program at Golightly Career and Technical Center has been named the “2012 High School Radio Station/Program of the Year” by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Foundation (MABF).
Golightly’s Mass Media Program became eligible for the title when students earned 11 awards in the 2012 Michigan High School and College Broadcast Awards Competition in various radio categories. Golightly was also recognized with the same honor in 2011 and 2000.
The MABF also selected Mass Media student Alaina Davis for a $750 High School Broadcast Scholarship. Davis will attend Wayne State University in the fall to study Broadcast Journalism and Theater Arts.
Broadcast veteran Dana Hughes is the Mass Media Program Manager at Golightly Career and Technical Center. Students in grades 10-12 from various local high schools comprise the Mass Media Program where they learn all components of radio broadcasting, audio production, television broadcasting and video production.
Goligthly Career and Technical Center is one of more than 100 schools that will be open on Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. during an All-Schools Open Enrollment Fair where all DPS schools will open their doors for an informational day, opportunities to meet principals, staff and parent leaders, tours and nutrition. Shuttle buses will be available from six hubs and some sites will feature free dental check-ups, immunizations, and more. The new Open Enrollment Period for all DPS schools extends through April 16, 2012. For details, visit detroitk12/enroll.