Pine Crest School's broadcast and print student media outlets offer students hands-on experience with researching stories, identifying sources, conducting interviews, reporting, editing, and evaluating a final product.

Digital Media Production 

Broadcast Media 

Pine Crest Lower, Middle, and Upper School students are taught the basics of broadcast journalism and film production: camera operation, editing, writing, journalistic ethics, and studio equipment operation.

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Pine Crest students are exposed to digital media production beginning in Lower School as fourth and fifth-grade students anchor, produce, and manage daily broadcasts for PCAM. Throughout the year, teachers may integrate broadcast projects into curriculum plans, giving our youngest students an opportunity to plan and produce stories. 

Beginning in Middle School and continuing through Upper School, students gain more advanced experience in broadcast journalism and production. Students learn about current events, public speaking, proper engagement with both adults and fellow students, the importance of building digital portfolios and time management through in-class instruction, assignments, and live and pre-produced broadcasts to the school community.

In addition, Upper School students learn self-promotion and publishing with digital portfolios, resume, professional websites, content management systems, and social media development.

Sports Broadcasting

Sports Broadcasting is available to students who are interested in pursuing professional experience in the exciting field of live television and sports broadcasting.

Students and faculty utilize a fully equipped live production truck to execute live broadcasts, which allows us to broadcast from our campus as well as at away games across South Florida.

Highlights of our Sports Broadcasting organization include live coverage of =of sporting events  including football, volleyball, lacrosse, soccer, as well as live coverage of our commencement ceremony.


The Film Studies Program exposes students to the history of film beginning with its conception in the late 1800s. Students explore how movies are made, the techniques used to tell visual stories, and how to critically analyze a film.

An examination of the development and evolution of the American studio system, the foreign film expansion, how films are used as propaganda and social commentary, and the great acting/directing/producing auteurs in movie history are included in the study.

Students have had their work honored by the following festivals and competitions:

  • The All American High School Film Festival
  • North by Northeaster Film and Theatre Festival
  • The Broke Student Film Festival
  • Sarasota Film Festival
  • Student Television Network Competition
  • Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
  • The Santa Monica Student Film Festival
  • The Toronto Student Film Festival

Print Media

Under the guidance of a faculty member, Middle and Upper School students have several opportunities to express their creativity through writing and photography for publication.

PC Paw Print

PC Paw Print is Pine Crest Upper School's official weekly student newspaper, which is managed and produced by teams of student editors, reporters, and photographers.

The Scribbler

The Scribbler is Pine Crest Upper School's student-run annual literary magazine. Entries - poems, essays, short stories, artwork, and photographs - are solicited from the Upper School student body and selected for inclusion in the publication.

The Yearbook

Students may choose yearbook as an elective in Middle School. Students choose the theme for the yearbook, coordinate photography, and use advanced design software to layout the book. 

 The Crestian

The Crestian is the Upper School yearbook, which is managed and produced by a student staff of editors, photographers, and contributors. Each year's book is designed around a theme and includes photos of all students, teachers, clubs, athletic highlights, teams, and staff.