Part of the GDS Upper School curriculum includes each senior completing a Senior Project, required for graduation. The class of 2016 will work for three weeks, and complete at least 90 hours toward the project. The culminating event is the Senior Project Showcase, which will be held on Thursday, May 26, 2016, 6:30-9 p.m.
Each senior will present a TED talk, a video, or a poster exhibition at the Showcase. The presentations run concurrently, so students, families, faculty, and guests can wander freely, taking in all of the exhibition areas. This year, the Class of 2016 is working in Greensboro, Bangladesh, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and several points in between! They are learning about animals, art exhibits, automobiles, business, medicine, and many other topics.
Please view the list of the 2016 senior projects and make plans to learn more about the projects on May 26.