Project Week

Every year, each Headwaters student invests in a personal project. Students pick their topics in January and develop their projects through early March leading up to Project Week.
The actual Project Week happens directly before Spring Break, when all formal classes are suspended and full-time attention goes to the Project Week endeavor. Finally, every single student shares their presentation with the community in our Project Week Fair. Project Week encourages students to explore their passions. Many students use the opportunity to explore practical forms of learning and explore real-world careers. No matter the topic, the Project Week structure demands that students develop planning and organizational skills. These skills enhance over time, and each consecutive year gets more and more ambitious and exciting.
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