WDHS Video is a video program fully run by students at Dearborn High School, located in Dearborn, Michigan. All videos are directed, shot, produced, and edited by students. Students start in classes that teach the basics of television production. They move on to more advance classes culminating in a 45 minute to one hour long movie completely done by students, though now they have moved onto a larger variety of shorts. Graduates of the program have gone on to work in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and right here in the Metro Detroit area. They have been involved in all aspects of the film and television industry including work on major motion pictures, network and local television, post-production facilities, marketing and advertising agencies, and a host of other professions in the industry.
Station Managers: The 'control center' of WDHS, these two students are charged with the overall upkeep of the studio along with Mr. Doelle.
Michael Berry - 12th Grade
Malak Wazne - 11th Grade
Equipment Managers: In charge of keeping all the equipment in working order and organized.
Jack Fish - 12th Grade
Alex Best - 12th Grade
Executive Producers: Tasked with keeping track of, and helping to organize the productions and any project the students in WDHS may be working on.
Madison Murdoch - 12th Grade
Technical Director: The technology experts here. They help keep our computers, control room, and all other technical affairs in order.
Ben Deer - 12th Grade
Anthony Shruga - 12th Grade
Curran Landon - 12th Grade
Promotion: These people are tasked with getting the word out about what's happening in the program. From social media to visiting other schools, we could not have the success that we have without them.
Lana Abbas - 10th Grade
Rebecca Feliciano - 10th Grade