Instructor Kirk Johnson and his students talk to The Des Moines Register about what it’s like to run a campus radio station that has become, “one of the last frontiers for authentic audience engagement” in Des Moines radio. To read the Register’s story, click on the photo.
With the new state-of the-art FAA approved simulator, students are able to test their piloting skills over just about every airport in the country and in most any condition. This is while they are safely on the ground and under supervision of the best of the best instructors such as Tim Harmer. The Des Moines Register focuses on our Aviation program in this installment of their series. (photo: Kathleen Hurley/Des Moines Register)
This week is the Iowa HOSA Spring Conference in Des Moines and our students continue to deliver impressive presentations. Here at Iowa’s Premier Regional Academy hands-on experiences and the dedication of the Best of The Best instructors make Central Campus the choice for many central Iowa young adults looking toward a happy, successful future in their careers. #DiscoverCentral for yourself. Learn more about our Health Sciences program.
Des Moines Register continues their series about Iowa’s Premier Regional Academy – this time with our Criminal Justice program. Central Campus is one of the few academies in the country combining an entire program identifying, collecting and analyzing evidence in a collaborative exercise. Just one of many reasons why Central Campus is the #BestofTheBest. Read the article online (photo: Kathleen Hurley/Des Moines Register)
The culinary arts students at Central Campus are ready for another season of fine dining. Join Chef John Andres’ team for their spring offerings on selective dates 10:50 to 12:30 p.m. in the Central Campus multipurpose room.
Central Campus students enrolled in Graphic Communications and Broadcasting and Film explored one of their post-secondary options by making a recent visit to the Art Institutes International of Minnesota. Students in our programs are eligible to earn college credit for their work, giving them an advantage, while attaining their high school diploma here at Iowa’s Premier Regional Academy. Learn more about our #BestofTheBest Communication Media program.
The Animal Science and Horticulture program at Iowa’s Premier Regional Academy offers hands-on learning in a large greenhouse and livestock facility to gain practical experience. While earning DMACC college credits, students in 10th, 11th & 12th grades are also able to earn a free trip to Europe in their second and third years to learn more about agricultural sciences in other countries. #DiscoverCentral
The Des Moines Register continues their series taking a look at Central Campus, Iowa’s Premier Regional Academy. “Ever wondered how a vending machine’s circuits work? Ever wanted to build a robot? Students in the engineering, robotics and electronics course … are getting hands-on experience with real-life applications. Instructor Richard Homard guides them through nine levels of projects over the course of the school year.” continue reading … (photo: Kathleen Hurley/Des Moines Register)