Broadcast Journalism is a real world, hands-on experience for students of all ages. Students regularly receive local, national, and international awards for their videos.
Broadcast students produce a monthly news show, "Today from the Heart," using an actual set from the Today Show. Students in all four classes produce videos that can be entered into our annual film festival.
Broadcast Journalism is a popular elective in the Upper School. Students begin by taking Into to Filmmaking, and then they may choose one of three classes:Broadcast Journalism, Creative Filmmaking, or Real World Filmmaking.
Broadcast Journalism is not merely an elective at our school… it is the first step of a lifelong journey for many students. Our alumnae go on to study at top media and filmmaking programs. We connect students with media professionals and internships to help our alumnae pursue careers in communications, media, and filmmaking.
The November episode of "Today from the Heart" is now online. From Ireland to Swaziland, this international episode is one to watch.
Sacred Heart Greenwich alumna Lucy Adams ‘12 has launched her career in New York City screening her documentary “Lorrie Goulet: Spirit into Stone” at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) on October 29 and at DOC NYC in Cinépolis Chelsea on November 13.
Creative Filmmaking student Elisa '22 writes about her unique opportunity to be a production assistant on the set of a short film.
Get a sneak peak of the Dadrigals, learn about the Lifers, and find out about some magical talent in the Upper School in the October episode of "Today from the Heart."
The seventh annual All-American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF) features 15 Sacred Heart Greenwich students’ films. The films will be showcased on the big screen in the AMC Theatre located in Times Square from October 11-13. The international competition offers $400,000 in prizes and scholarships.