What is the Senior Project?
The West Ada Schools District requires all students to complete a Senior Project, a compilation of researching, writing a technical paper, incorporating technology, and presenting a final product to a panel. In order to graduate, students must demonstrate proficiency in all of the previously mentioned areas. 

Why does the West Ada School District require the Senior Project? 
West Ada School District requires the Senior Project for several reasons. First, students will acquire many skills that are pertinent in today’s work place. Second, it is an assessment showing a mastery of research, writing, and oral presentation skills.  Finally, the Senior Project allows students the opportunity to meet district and state standards.


How will the Senior Project be graded? 
The Senior Project will be facilitated through both English and Government courses. Both courses will calculate the Senior Project as 25% of the student’s total grade in each course for the second semester.  The presentation will be assessed by a panel of faculty members within the school on a set day.

Senior Project Files