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Presentations of Learning & Senior Project Presentations Begin!

posted May 19, 2016, 10:27 AM by Erik Arnold
POL's will be held 5/24-5/26. Senior Project presentations begin on 5/20 and continue through 5/26. We really hope you can attend your student's presentation to see some of the great work they have completed this year. Below is some more information on POL's and Senior Project that is taken from our Academic Program page.

Also, here is a small sample of some of the Senior Project titles for this year: 

  • Biorobotics: Recreating animal movement
  • Creating a script and storyboard for a short film
  • Digital Art
  • Gluten-Free Options in Schools
  • Art therapy and relaxation guide for teens undergoing surgery
  • Teaching loom knitting
  • American Attitudes on Religion
  • Exploring careers as a pharmacist
  • Misdirection in Magic
  • Exploration: A Handbook for the beginning sailor
  • Building social skills in children
  • Tiger Parenting vs. Western Parenting
  • Preparing for College Basketball
  • Improvised Construction (Building a Giraffe Unicycle)
  • ER Nursing
  • Music composition and arrangement
  • The history of baking and creating a cookbook
  • Feminism on Broadway

Presentations of Learning

Each spring, IACS 9th-11th graders create Presentations of Learning. These formal presentations serve to reflect upon important learning, improve public speaking skills, and to revise work to a level of excellence worthy of public presentation.

In the presentations, students talk about their personal and academic growth, highlighting several pieces of work as evidence of that growth. Students present to an audience of peers, adults and family members.

More information

Senior Project

All seniors work on a year-long independent project of their own design: the Senior Project. The project is based around three fundamental components: completing academic research, seeking out a mentor, and creating an "applied piece" that represents the hands-on culmination of their year of learning. In the Spring, Seniors present their work in a formal presentation.

Read about past Senior Projects | Go to Senior Project Course Page


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