|San Diego High students created this logo.|
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.