Senior Marilyn Lercel sits down with military veteran, and Ladue High School Practical Arts teacher, Hank Harrison, to discuss his experiences serving in the Marines.
In honor of Veterans Day, Grace Hensley conducted an interview with her neighbors, the Boley's, to discuss John Boley's service in Navy, and how the experience impacted his wife, Margarette.
A short film produced by Senior Cleo Davis tells the story of company's marketing team attempting to create a commercial for a perfume company.
A short film produced by Senior Alex Kanyok tells the story of one girl's incredible life or death decision.
Click the image, or here, to learn more about the Charles W. Marshall Video Technology Center and TV Studio, managed my Marteana Davidson.
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Ladue High School students Christine Oyalo, Yishi Amede, Chase Thompson, Lauryn Donovan, Essete Workineh, and Paris Hamilton, as well as many other area school students, gathered at MICDS for their annual Diversity Leadership Conference. Students were separated into small groups where they discussed current events and controversial topics. Students discussed abortions, immigration, and the Black Lives Matter movement. Students had the opportunity to see different sides of very crucial topics and meet new people as well. Overall, Ladue students had an amazing experience in gaining knowledge and leadership skills throughout the conference.
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Welcome to Ladue High School's Broadcast Technology media production. This publication offers a compilation of multimedia student productions, including blogs, and many different genres of videos and news.
The site is created and produced by Ladue broadcasting students to promote student programming.
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