The senior culminating project gives students the chance to combine their knowledge and skills from various disciplines and to share them with their peers, educators, and the community. Students select a topic of interest to them and gather a knowledge base by researching and writing a documented research paper related to the chosen topic. Students then complete a physical project, which demonstrates application of some aspect of their research. This project must involve significant learning. The last facet of this learning journey is to give a formalized presentation in front of a team of staff and community members who have an interest in and an understanding of the subject area. This presentation will tie together the formal research and the physical project. After the presentation, students have the opportunity to answer questions from the panel. If you would like to volunteer to help out with senior panels, which take place in late May or early June, please contact Amanda Klackner at Washougal High School (360) 954-3169.
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