Senior Project

Senior Project Overview

The New Plymouth Senior Project is designed to help students achieve success after high school graduation. The Senior Project Portfolio is a collection of materials and documents that students will be able to use to Go On after high school. Going through College and Career comparisons, as well as assembling some of their “Best Works,” Letters of Recommendation, and scholarship applications, will allow students to easily make transition from high school.

An oral presentation will take place during second semester of senior year. During that presentation seniors will present all their findings and defend their work to a panel. This will demonstrate they have met the Idaho graduation requirements. This also gives evidence that seniors are ready for the next step past high school.

Seniors are allowed a second opportunity to present their project to a panel of judges if the first attempt results in a non-passing score.

At NPHS the Senior Project includes all four years of a student’s experiences. Senior project Advisers will grade the student’s progress toward completing each year’s requirements at various times throughout the school year. Progress will be graded during both semesters with half of the requirements first semester and all of the requirements second semester. The value of completing these requirements will not exceed 500 points per semester, but will impact a student’s grade. Advisors will set interim due dates and final due dates.

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