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ABOUT THE STORY ARTS CENTRE

Interactive Storytelling
Your creative career starts at the Story Arts Centre

The Story Arts Centre, Centennial College, opened in the fall of 1994 as a campus dedicated to digital media and is the home of nearly 1,100 full-time students enrolled in the School of Communications, Media, Arts and Design.

Located in mid-town Toronto, just minutes from Pape Subway Station in the heart of Toronto's media cluster, the Story Arts Centre is a meticulously restored, 104,000 square-foot modernist masterpiece serving as a dramatic backdrop for some 300 multimedia workstations and a full suite of digital imaging and editing facilities.

The campus achieved fame as the setting for the CBC series Degrassi High, which was filmed on location between 1989 and 1991.

It features:
• a 16,500 square-foot television studio,
• broadcast video, audio and post production facilities,
• digital imaging labs with the latest software,
• a library and digital resource centre, and
• on-site catering and administrative support.

  • Knowledge and Skills for Your Future Career

    Tops in the GTA
    Source: 2014/15 KPI survey

  • Program Quality

    Tops in the GTA
    Source: 2014/15 KPI survey

  • Graduate Employment

    Tops in the GTA
    Source: 2014/15 KPI survey

  • Employer Satisfaction

    Tops in the GTA
    Source: 2014/15 KPI survey

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