When we SOAR, we SOAR!
Fashion’s Business & Marketing and Visual Merchandising Departments gave Fashion Highs Boutique a look that welcomed it to the new millennium!
Granted, we are 14 years in but it was WELL WORTH the WAIT!
The students of the Visual Merchandising Department created the floor plans and executed the aesthetics of the store, while the Business & Marketing Department has taken charge of the merchandise sold along with everything PROFIT!
Talk about a way to implement curriculum to the REAL WORLD!
Students earn Fashion Dollars through Positive Behavior
and through their digital bank accounts, spend their money on great gifts,
such as clothing, shoes, make-up, accessories and more!
I tend to teach my student INDEPENDENCE.
The majority of them are already, yet when it comes to trusting their knowledge, they tend to call on me – (hands up) Ms. CHAVEZ!! Can you help me?
I sometimes joke I should change my name, from the constant repetition
Ms. CHAvez – Ms. CHAVEZ – Ms. ChaVEZ.
Ladies! I interject, trust what you have learned. You can’t go around questioning yourselves. You must learn to be your own judge and jury.
Learn to be constructively critical and develop an eye that can detect what is wrong without anyone else having to tell you.
This is Independence, the ability to make and learn from your mistakes.
DO: Develop your critical eye
DO: Learn from your mistakes
The HIGH SCHOOL of FASHION INDUSTRIES
along with other Fashion Curriculum Based
High Schools from around the United States were invited Wednesday, October 8th
to the WHITE HOUSE, by first Lady Michelle Obama.
The Fashion Education Workshop
included prominent figures of the Fashion Industry, such as
ANNA WINTOUR, Editor in Chief of VOGUE
Designers such as
Diane Von Furstenberg
It has been a privilege for us to attend such a special event that highlights the craft we teach our youngsters. To have our government recognize all that we do and invite our students to the historical home that has seen so many influential and respectable figures pass through its halls, is an opportunity that we are deeply thankful for. It gives us a new found level of respect for what we do daily and dares us to raise the bar even further, when it comes to the expectations we have for our students.
Thank you for everything, and everyone that has contributed to making this possible. From the administrators that run a tight ship, to the teachers that go the extra mile to instruct, to the passion and dedication that flows from our students.
This is the Goal for our Fashion Design students.
To arm them with the tools and knowledge that can allow their dreams come true!
Congratulations Hadassa Dorcean!
Graduate of 2013
Kleinfeld Bridal Challenge Winner Plans Own Line at Age 18.
There is nothing wrong with wanting it ALL
and that is our mission at Fashion High,
not just teaching academic knowledge but CHARACTER
so what is it?