Seniors who had the inspiration to design senior projects are now off pursuing those activities in place of regular school work and exam prep. Participating in a Senior Project offers an opportunity for soon to graduate seniors to gain experience and insight into possible areas of study in their futures. It is a time to pursue areas of passion, community service, and creativity. Kyle is pursuing one of his passions in metal working by welding pieces of metal together to make a deer head:
Austin and Will helping out the community by enhancing the volleyball court:
While some students work outside of the classroom, others teach fellow students. Here, Inigo has taken over Ross's Spanish class. Teaching students the differences between esta and está.
Jamie working across the street at Proctor's Admissions building with Avery. Learning about what an admissions person really does when it comes to prospective students.
Jeremy on day one, learning how to use a foresty GPS for his project with Dave Pilla.
After a hard day of work on the job, it's time to clean up, put the paint brush down, and relax.
Hello all, my name is Stephen Harris. For my Senior Project I will be working with Chuck Will to take pictures of the community, capturing the Proctor Experience. This is my first post to Chuck's Corner. Over the next three weeks there will be more posts to come. Hope you enjoy!
Some students still in classes are very jealous of their friends on senior projects.
Patrick on an important business call with John Ferris.