Design Production Requirements
Design and Production:
A personal interview with the Design & production faculty is conducted to determine the applicant's qualifications, interests, and motivation. The interview is a simple meet and greet in which each applicant's parents should accompany. Questions such as: "Why do you want to be a techie? What made you pick us? What can you tell us about yourself?" Articulation, desire to succeed, and a willingness to devote additional time after-school are variables affecting acceptance criteria. Previous experience on the part of the applicant is not a requirement for admission. Students will also complete a writing prompt at the audition.

Applicants can bring some examples of work, a portfolio of sorts. This work does not need to be design and production-related. It can be artwork you have done at school, or at home. It can be photos of things you have built and/or created. It can be garments you have sewn. We do not expect you to create items just for the interview. Bring things you have already done. You should be prepared to talk about the items (what did you use to create it, why do you like it, etc.).