Our challenging curriculum features an intensive foundational experience in creative writing and investigative writing. With projects including, Forecast a student produced magazine, as well as daily posts to, Inlet Grove students will graduate with a large variety of skills. Students will engage in multiple on site experiences with local news anchors, journalists and new media contributors to complete a well rounded experience. By the end of the program, students will also be knowledgeable on how to strategically plan, promote and produce magazines and newspapers, as well as live or taped productions. Employment opportunities exist in every community and in all parts of the world.

Course Information

Online CreditNo
Wheel ClassYes
Block ScheduleYes
Prerequisites3.0 GPA
LocationOn Campus

CB Hanif

C.B. Hanif is an award-winning, veteran, writer, editor and multimedia journalist. His columns, articles and photography have been published in Florida Weekly, The Coastal Star and The South Florida Times. At The Palm Beach Post, Hanif was the world’s longest-serving news ombudsman, as well as an editorial writer, columnist and editor of the letters page. While still a working journalist, Hanif now is helping mentor the next generation of multimedia journalists. His Hurricanes are consistently recognized for their student publications, for example their online student news site, ranked among the top four in The Palm Beach Post High School Journalism Awards each of the past five years. During that same period the Canes have earned Palm Beach Post and MLK photography, essay, entertainment writing, cartooning/illustrating and other honors – including the first-place 2020 Pathfinders Communications Award.


  • Adobe Photoshop & Adobe InDesign

College Credit

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Career Outlook and Salaries

Reporters, correspondents, and broadcast news analysts inform the public about news and events happening internationally, nationally, and locally. They report the news for newspapers, magazines, websites, television, and radio.

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Quick Facts: Reporters, Correspondents, and Broadcast News Analysts

Median Pay
$55,960 per year
$26.90 per hour
Typical Entry-Level EducationBachelor's degree
Work Experience in a Related OccupationNone
On-the-job TrainingNone
Number of Jobs, 202258,500
Job Outlook, 2022-32-3% (Decline)
Employment Change, 2022-32-1,900