In today’s WSJ; Lights, Camera, Highschool.  There’s all sorts of talent involved.

Have no fear taxpayers: It’s not like that at all. The Cinema School is actually a selective high school emphasizing the liberal arts. But it also teaches noble subjects you’ll never use again—unless you go to work for NASA—such as Algebra II and Trigonometry. Having said that, the school’s Mid-Winter Institute, where ninth-graders spend six weeks studying animation and 10th-graders make music videos, seems slightly cushy and certainly way too good to be true.

I Loved New York loves the Ghetto Film School!

(check out our old post here.)

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