The first Ecumenical College of it's kind, Highview embraces innovation as one of its core values, and this can be seen in the way that they not only arm their students with technology, but also whole-heartedly encourage the students to make use of it to express their creativity - case in point, the school's Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000 wide format printer.
Highview's I.T. manager David says, "If it can be folded, you can print on it. We've printed on textiles, plastics, metals and even adhesive materials that we've used to make t-shirts and even skateboards." Another area where the PRO-4000 has been valuable is in the creation of backdrops for the drama department's stage productions. Watch the video to see how the imagePROGRAF PRO-4000 has ignited Highview's love for print creativity.
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