Students have just wrapped up their fall Project Weeks—from home. With this being our second semester conducting Project Weeks virtually, some students have taken a digital approach to their work.
Check out the horror fiction podcast, “Guilt of the Damned” by Jason ’22, Jaden ’21, Graham ’21, and Jonas ’22, for the story of a detective investigating the unusual disappearance of two officers.
Highlights also include a Photographic Study of Covid-19 at The Putney School, an exploration of the anatomy of ballet and the medical side of dance, writings and reflections on deer in Massachusetts, jewelry smithing, an internship at Cornerstone Chocolates and Confections and the construction of a Raspberry Pi weather station.
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.