The Graphic Communications Program is crafted to bring students through the process of design creation, from concept to final production. Students are provided with the skills to develop visual designs using the latest software and to produce those designs on industry-standard technology.
We provide students the opportunity to work in nine different areas in the graphic communications field, as well as the opportunity to create their own conceptual designs using the Adobe Creative Suite. We also give students the opportunity to utilize digital camera equipment and edit their own photographs in Adobe Photoshop for use in their projects.
In our traditional offset department, students are able to learn how to operate printing presses from a single color duplicator to a four-color press. Students also have the ability to operate digital presses in a quick-print area.
In our apparel section, students can produce embroidered clothing, as well as both digital and manual screen printing. They will also lean the process of thermal printing for both apparel and sign processes.
Within our overall program, we provide all aspects of the graphic communications industry through our experiential curriculum. Seniors will have the ability to develop a professional portfolio that will give them an advantage in the graphic communications field upon graduation.
We want you to join the Diman family. While we're proud of our vocational programs and their ability to turn young men and women into skilled members of the community, we can't maintain that level of quality without the help of industry professionals. Please consider joining our Vocational Advisory Board, where you will help steer our vocational programs and students toward future success. Learn more and apply here.
FALL RIVER - The announcement that Joseph Rebelo, a junior in the graphic communications shop from Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School, was the winner of the logo contest as part of the 2013 Fall River Neighborhood Energy Contest came at a time of year when lights and bills are on everyone’s mind. (12/20/2012)
March Madness began early for Diman sophomore Shaun DaRocha when his long shot hit paydirt in the SkillsUSA National Pin Design Challenge. Nobody from Massachusetts had won in 15 years, and the state has only won once in 51 years, but he and another Diman student took a chance and submitted designs anyway. (3/18/16)
The Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School students who collaborated to make a 6-foot-tall, 9-foot-long cherry wood display case with plaques and framed photos — out of what was previously a pile of lumber — had already seen their project mostly complete. (10/24/2015)
FALL RIVER - When the Girls’ Vocational High School opened in a brick building on Morgan Street in the 1940s, course offerings were — not surprisingly — female-oriented. (5/23/2012)