Since graduating from Hilliard Darby High School Colin Blankenship has worked on hit television shows such as Cougar Town and Unfriended. This month he was in town working on a Bruce Willis movie. While here, he spent time with the Rock Band students at the ILC. He talked about his life and career working in the TV and Film Industries. His key message to the class was to find out what fits. He said classes being offered today at the ILC would be beneficial, giving students the chance to learn what their true passions are, before being out in the world. Giving students the opportunity to work with professionals outside the classroom help prepare them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
McVey Innovative Learning Center Music Teacher Phil Nagy works with Davidson High School Junior Katharine Toledo to record her Ohio Music Education Region Orchestra audition recording. As students in the three high schools learn more about the resources of the ILC, and the talents of the ILC staff, more of them are taking advantage of the unique resources made available to them through the ILC.
This year a group of students from the ILC performed at the district’s kickoff celebration. The talented members of High Strung performed two songs, this was their second song.
Students that wish to drive to and from the ILC should see Mr. Morrison for a parking pass. Students will receive a sticker that will attach to the parking pass that they receive for their home building. Fill out this parking request form and then see Mr. Morrison to pick up your sticker.
As the school year comes to an end, the ILC will be open for evening hours by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Doors will be open until 4:00pm each weekday if a student needs to stop in immediately following the school day. No weekend hours are available.