Project Week Epitomizes the Putney Ideal: Students Working for the Love of Learning
During the end of each academic semester, students have the opportunity to complete two projects that employ skills they have acquired in their academic and non-academic program during the semester. We encourage students to engage in an independent process of inquiry and exploration and to choose a topic that is meaningful to them.
Project-based learning has been part of our educational model for more than 80 years. It’s a cornerstone of a Putney education and allows students to truly shine.
Project Week Highlights
Flying: An Over View
Interstellar Fashion Show
Green Mountain Topos Poems
The Road to Recovery
Equestrian Anatomy, Welding, and Metal Sculptures
Requiem for a Badass
Translating the Romancero Gitano
Roselions: Combining Poetry & Artwork and Turning it into One Mixed-Media Piece
Environment Design in Non-Deadly Horror Games
Merce Cunningham: Dance Notation, Translation, and Composition