Audio Visual (AV) Students Hope to Draw More Attention to the Class

Students give their opinions of Audio Visual in hopes that upcoming sophomores will want to join.

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Audio Visual (AV) Students Hope to Draw More Attention to the Class

Four AV students stroll the halls in search of student interviewees.

Four AV students stroll the halls in search of student interviewees.

Haley Hopkins

Four AV students stroll the halls in search of student interviewees.

Haley Hopkins

Haley Hopkins

Four AV students stroll the halls in search of student interviewees.

Haley Hopkins, Staff Writer

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You can often find members of the Audio Visual class strolling the halls of Harleton High School with a video camera in hand, often interviewing random students, teachers, and faculty members about the wildest, most outside-of-the-box topics.

Some questions they ask might include “What is your biggest fear?” or “What would you do if you inherited one million dollars?”

Audio Visual (AV) is a class everyone knows about,  but few actually join.

In this class, the students brainstorm themes to put on camera and then perform these tasks themselves or with the help of fellow students.

They then clean up the videos and in a couple days, you can see the new and revised video up on the school’s website. During class breaks, teachers often play them to give students a good laugh and relieve some stress from their everyday classwork.

We often see the videos and appreciate the good laugh they give us, but not many appreciate the people and the work that goes into them.

“It’s fun to be able to express your creativity and ideas and have fun,” stated AV student of two years, Henry Gage.  “We have fun with our friends and as we’ve progressed, its become less about stressing over videos and more about having fun on and off camera.”

When it comes to AV, not many people join the class. That’s why currently enrolled students urge freshmen to join.

“Don’t be shy, it’s a way to express yourself. Don’t be a loser in the back, actually have some fun,” urges Henry.

“Always be creative and be talkative.” adds another two-year member, Jalen Jackson.

AV might be an overlooked class, but behind the scenes, its’s a class that revives humor and takes anxieties from everyday students trying to get through the never-ending struggle of high school.

 

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Haley Hopkins, STAFF WRITER

Haley Hopkins is a sophomore that participates in softball, cheer, and NHS. She also enjoys spending time with her brothers, best friend Taylor, and attending...

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