Students will demonstrate the ability to apply, analyze, synthesize, evaluate and communicate information about a chosen
occupation, profession, commercial enterprise or other lifetime activity from a perspective of the student's own choosing.
A portfolio of completed projects or completion affidavits, certified by a faculty advisor, will be subject to a final
review in the second semester of the senior year.
The graduation project will be concluded upon the completion of the following curriculum-based projects and required
Curricular Requirements - Write a research paper showing the ability to analyze, evaluate, and communicate information
relating to a career or business enterprise OR participate in the Dale Carnegie Course. Participation in the Dale Carnegie
Course does not exempt the student from the writing of a research paper for fulfillment of curricular requirements.
Self-Directed Activities (Four of the following five):
- Participate in at least two career-related activities such as meeting with college representatives, military recruiters,
business, trade or tech school representatives or prospective employers (Participation in the Dale Carnegie Course counts
- Complete a career interest survey such as the Differential Aptitude Test Interest Survey or the ASVAB Interest Inventory
- Complete a formal resume in finished form
- Participate in two community volunteer projects, activities, or organizations such as Red Cross Volunteer, nursing
home volunteer, hospital volunteer, day care volunteer (Some church-related volunteer activities may be approved.)
- Participate in two job shadowing experiences such as school-to-work program or the sttudent-teacher exchange day (Participation
in the Dale Carnegie Course counts for one.)