Hands-on experience is key for high school students to gain real world experience. By incorporating your video display into your curriculum, you are creating another pride factor on game day. Look even deeper at how this experience can lead to scholarships and careers in college and professional venues with the same equipment.
Mishawaka High School in Mishawaka, Indiana, installed a video board in their football stadium to secure revenue and teach students. Two years later, they’ve certainly accomplished that – and so much more.
It all started when the Canyon Ridge High School boys’ basketball coach asked a parent to help find funding for a new scoring table. That conversation led to a fully financed center-hung video scoreboard highlighting the big rivalry game on senior night less than three months later.
Platteview High School is in Springfield, Nebraska, a town of about 5,000, that lies just southwest of Omaha. Having a smaller population doesn’t hold them back from competing with their bigger neighbors, though.
Investing in a high quality scoreboard goes a long way. Not only does it enhance your sports facility, but it creates educational opportunities for your students, preparing them for college-level gamedays.