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  • Communications and language programs focus on writing, languages, and broadcast arts. Programs infuse technology and prepare students for careers in broadcasting, marketing, communications, and international business. 

  • Communications & Broadcasting


    Students learn the many aspects of television and broadcast journalism by taking production courses. They will learn how to write and produce public service announcements by exploring videography, and voice over narration writing. Students will also learn video editing to create short story elements, how to write informative news stories, and the operation of television studio equipment. 


    Pompano Beach Middle School
    310 NE Sixth Street
    Pompano Beach, FL 33060

    Transportation provided North of Sunrise Blvd. 

    Communications / Broadcast Arts

    Students interested in television and radio production, newspaper journalism, digital media, and web design, advertising or public relations will find this program an excellent choice. 


    Deerfield Beach High School
    910 Buck Pride Way
    Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

    Transportation provided North of Sunrise Blvd.

    Communications and Broadcasting Academy

    Students experience a rich curriculum that includes debate, public speaking, research, broadcasting, journalism, and information technology. 


    Sanders Park Elementary School
    800 NW 16th Street
    Pompano Beach, FL 33060

    Transportation provided North of Commercial Blvd. and East of the Turnpike.

  • Communications and Languages

    Mastery of a foreign language is found to be most effective when students are introduced to languages at an early age. This is supported by research that shows standardized test scores improve when a child studies a second language. This program features an innovative writing, thinking, interdisciplinary approach to learning, as well as the time to begin learning French, Japanese or Spanish. Creative writing in the native and second language is the unifier of the school’s curriculum. Visual communication skills are developed through the use of cameras, video and computers.


    Riverland Elementary School
    2600 SW 11th Court
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

    Transportation provided South of Commercial Blvd. and North of State Road 84.

  • Technology & Global Communications

    Students engage in hands-on technology projects, collaborative and innovative problem solving, and data collection probes. Practical and academically challenging projects bridge the gap between school and the real world. 


    Robert C. Markham Elementary School
    1501 NE 15th Avenue
    Pompano Beach, FL 33069

    Transportation provided North of Commercial Blvd.

  • The Latin School

    This challenging program develops intellectual skills and concepts that foster strong academic achievement. Applicants should meet criteria for honors, Advanced Placement (AP) and dual enrollment courses. Emphasis is on the humanities, with many honors, advanced placement, and dual enrollment classes. Study skills, including time management techniques and goal setting, are stressed along with advanced research and technology skills. Based on a traditional liberal arts model, the graduate will be well-prepared to pursue any field of study in college.


    Northeast High School
    700 NE 56th Street
    Oakland Park, FL 33334

    Transportation provided North of Sunrise Blvd.

Contact Information

  • Applied Learning

    600 SE Third Avenue

    Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301

    Phone: 754-321-2070

    Fax: 754-321-2718

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    Susan Cantrick