Monday, February 27, 2012

SD Rotary Picks SD High Students' Design for Camp Logo

New logo
San Diego High students created this logo.
Instead of coming from a commercial artist, the logo for this year's San Diego Downtown Rotary Club 33 Camp Enterprise was created by students from the schools of Communications, and Science and Technology, at the San Diego High Educational Complex.

Students Zulma Galvan, Valeryn Mejia and Maria Sanchez from Jeff Liddell's Computerized Graphic Design class submitted the winning design, which were selected by club members. Teams of 3-5 students in grades competed for the design in the class.

 "The San Diego Downtown Rotary Club 33 committee loved all the work and had a hard time choosing the winning design," said Liddell. The winning students received gift cards from the Rotary.

Camp Enterprise is based on a program developed by the American Management Association. It brings students in grade 11 together with business experts to discuss the free-enterprise system.

Computerized Graphic Design is a Regional Occupational Program course in which a student can receive Community College articulated credit for college transition and also qualifies for University of California “a-g” credit for college admission. For more information, please contact Liddell at