All posts by Daktronics High School Sports

Video Display Increases School Athletic Budget

A school with an average enrollment of 400 students turned their video display into a revenue generating opportunity.

Why High Schools Around the US Are Installing Daktronics Video Displays

Small schools, large schools, rural schools and urban schools. Now many more of them have something in common – a Daktronics video display.

Tips to Keep Your Display System in Top Shape

This new guide for product maintenance helps you get the most out of your video board equipment.

Amp Up Your School’s Team Spirit with Exciting Content

Why do schools need more content? Discover the options we offer.

6 Video Add-Ons: Help Your Booster Club Make Wise Decisions

Take your game day to a new level with these innovative ways to add-on.

Movie Night On the Turf

Everyone wants to get the most out of the summer weather. Muskego High School, Muskego, Wisconsin, is doing just that. The high school is using the outdoor video board and field to host four movie nights from May to August. Movie goers sit on the turf beneath the stars, in front of a 17-feet high ...

Five Ways to Make Your School a Community Hub

Does your community regard your school as a community hub? If not, here are some tips to change that.

Student Talent and Top-Notch Equipment

Northwest ISD, Justin, Texas, hires its own students to run the TV news station on campus (NBCDFW). Hands-on experience will open doors for them in the future, possibly even leading to a career. https://videopress.com/v/zWhBj5PS Exposing broadcast students to hands-on experience is a popular, powerful, trend. When you incorporate a video display, students work on game-day ...

Career and Technical Education: A Career focus For Your Curriculum

Looking for ways to expand your curriculum? Interested in diving into the world of CTE. Hands-on opportunities for your students can be more exciting than ever.

Orchestra Concert Inspires New Use for Gym Video Display

A school gym’s scoreboard doesn’t have to be used exclusively for sporting events. An orchestra’s performance at La Follette High School in Madison, Wisconsin, proved just that during the String Festival this year.