In the Academies of Nashville Student Video Competition, academy students from throughout MNPS are invited to create videos to show the great work being done in their academies. Each high school submits one student-produced video for each of its academies. Sponsored by Middle Tennessee State University, this competition gives students an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in video production and editing while at the same time encouraging them to understand the broader goals of their academies.Academies of Nashville Student Video Awards 2012

We need your help to determine the winner of the Community Favorite award! Watch the nominees and cast your vote to decide which Academy will win!

 

Which Academy Video is your favorite?

  • Stratford STEM Magnet High School Academy of Science and Engineering "I Can" Video (57%, 21,070 Votes)
  • Stratford STEM Magnet High School Academy of National Safety and Security Technologies Project-Based Learning Video (29%, 10,795 Votes)
  • Stratford STEM Magnet High School Academy of National Safety and Security Technologies Day Experiential Learning Video (6%, 2,113 Votes)
  • Hunters Lane High School Griffin Academy of Design and Technology Experiential Learning Video (2%, 837 Votes)
  • McGavock High School CMT Academy of Digital Design and Communication PBL Video (2%, 788 Votes)
  • Hunters Lane High School Academy of Marketing and Business PBL Video (2%, 616 Votes)
  • Maplewood High School Academy of Sports Medicine and Wellness (1%, 421 Votes)
  • Hunters Lane High School Academy of Hospitality "I Can" Video (0%, 61 Votes)
  • Hunters Lane High School Academy of Health and Human Services "I Can" Video (0%, 53 Votes)
  • Hunters Lane High School Academy of Health and Human Services Experiential Learning Video (0%, 45 Votes)
  • Cane Ridge High School Academy of Arts and Communications Student Story Video (0%, 3 Votes)
  • Cane Ridge High School Academy of Arts and Communication PBL Video (0%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 36,804

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6 comments to “2015 Academy Video Awards”

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  1. Jon Stephens - March 22, 2015

    Check out the Stratford Criminal Justice tactical “real world” training video. The Criminal Justice TEAM worked hard to ensure that all aspects of the video were realistic and accurate. If you like it…we would appreciate your vote. ORAH!

  2. Spartan Pride - March 24, 2015

    I will give the Stratford STEM Magnet High School videos about 10,000 votes each.

    SPARTAN PRIDE

    • Jon Stephens - April 2, 2015

      As discussed via telcon, provide said support on or about 1100 hrs. this date, Criminal Justice elements are in place to execute final push via operational plan Alpha Zulu 7 Bravo. We never give up. Out.

  3. Jon Stephens - April 2, 2015

    Stratford Criminal Justice students are working as a TEAM and pushing hard to overtake the Stratford Robotics “I Can” entry. With four hours remaining until the voting is concluded (12 mid), the Criminal Justice TEAM refuses to surrender…As we say each day in Criminal Justice…NEVER, NEVER, NEVER GIVE UP! Orah!

  4. Spartan Pride - April 2, 2015

    I have decided that the “I Can” video representing the Stratford STEM Magnet High School Academy of Science and Engineering will be the video that I input another 10,000 votes to, since it not only included much better material over all, but greater skill in the art of video editing and production.

    THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING WILL WIN

    ASE FOR LIFE

    • Jon Stephens - April 2, 2015

      Stratford Criminal Justice students congratulate the Stratford Robotics TEAM on winning the Community Favorite award. It was a pleasure to engage with such a professional and experienced hardcore TEAM. I am pleased that a STRATFORD STEM MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMY WON. This is not only a victory for ASE, but for the Stratford family overall. Excellent job…until the next time. Out.

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