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Rancho Buena Vista

High School

Mira Mesa High School

Point Loma High School

Hoover High School

San Diego School of Performing and Creative Arts

VUSD: Rancho Buena Vista High School


Together with Vista Unified School District CTE Coordinator, Kelly McKinney and Josh Eckle from Alpha Studio Design Group, we coordinated with RBVHS teacher Chris Tompkins to access the current and future needs of the program. The end result was the state-of-the-art news studio they knew they needed.


SDUSD: Mira Mesa High School

As the design team, PAC Engineering recently completed the new Production complex at San Diego Unified School District's (SDUSD) Mira Mesa High School. The $2.6 million state-of-the-art  facility allows students to learn about video production, broadcast journalism, editing, computer graphics, animation, and audio editing. The students broadcast a campus-wide show from the studio as well as live streaming school sporting and theatrical events.


SDUSD: Point Loma High School

San Diego Unified School District's (SDUSD) Point Loma High School Digital Cinema state-of-the-art  facility allows students to learn about video production, digital cinema, editing, computer graphics, and audio editing. 


SDUSD: Hoover High School

Hoover High School CCTE program focuses on advanced technologies to produce newscast and other productions which are streamed over private and public networks. The new digital system designed by PAC Engineering allows the students to stay in the digital format from start to finish, streamlining the workflow to maximize students learning experience.


SDUSD: School of Performing 

and Creative Arts (SCPA)

At the School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA), the talents of the student body run the gamut from singing, dancing, stage productions and many other art forms. Pulling it all together for broadcast and teaching purposes is the new HD production studio and controls rooms, which tie into the Grand Theatre. The Theatre, with its new HD remote controlled cameras, fiber interfaces and HD projector systems, is now an extension of the studio, allowing productions and other live events to be recorded and streamed around the campus and over the web.

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