Project Weeks 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.
Students develop the framework, the timeline for and the goals for the projects. One of the projects must be academic in nature.