“This program is wonderful! Students
will be so well informed and prepared as they move forward in their schooling.”
The students at the MillerWhite School of Design are high school students who show an interest in computer graphics and graphic design and are considering collegiate art school. Most of our students are looking for placement in a top-level undergraduate design program. Learn more about design schools and programs by clicking here.
The students at the MillerWhite School of Design focus on learning how to think and how to see. They learn the fundamentals of design, how to identify and extract the meaningful from the dross, and handle challenging intellectual material. They are mentored by inspirational, enthusiastic, and motivational master educators.
Students learn focused creative thinking and problem solving, while simultaneously gaining mastery of the essential software needed in college and professional practice. While technology is indeed a major component of the course work, its role is that of a tool to be applied to produce a cogent, impressive result.
As they explore possibilities in their assigned homework, students are encouraged to discuss projects by e-mail with each other. Not only does this build a sense of community, but prepares them for the teamwork that they will find vital in professional life.
Students build superior portfolios and thus gain advantage in applying to top-level college design programs.
Click here to see samples of student work