Graduation Project
Graduation Project is a culminating task for High School students. They will choose a topic, conduct research, write a research paper with proper citations, create a service learning experience and product that is tied to their research, and give a brief oral presentation to a panel of judges. They will keep a portfolio of their work during the process. We encourage all students in High School to be engaging in thoughtful planning for the work they will do, and to build the necessary reading, writing, speaking and research skills needed to be successful.


Graduation Project Coordinator 2016-17meeting dates:

Sept. 21 and April 28. All meetings will be held at Spaugh, Room A-13 from 3:00-4:15


Graduation Project Brochure: Informational Handout




IMPORTANT INFORMATION:





GRADUATION PROJECT JUDGES TRAINING PPT: with special thanks to Catherine St. Onge at Olympic



Graduation Project Manual






Creating Infographics


Ordering Information: For Textbook Coordinators at your school. Please share this information.




SENIORS! Tips for the presentation.





Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library Resource Information



For further support, contact Roxanne Friday at 980-343-2790 or roxanne.breland@cms.k12.nc.us