Projects

Every student, every year, takes on a project of his or her own design.

Grade 9, 10, 11: Project Week. For a week at the end of January, 9th, 10th, and 11th graders fan out across and beyond Boston for a wide range of internships and independent arts projects. They work in labs, nursing homes, hospitals, schools, theaters, newspapers, political offices, law firms, and any number of other corners of the working world.

Read about the experience of Maya Venkatraman '17, who interned with Celgene during Project Week in January 2016

Grade 12: Senior Project. Senior Projects occupy three weeks in March. The hope is that more experienced students will find and take on challenging work in new settings, such as a congressional office, or the production of a major piece of work, which in many years includes a student-directed play.

Some recent project locations and topics:

Massachusetts General Hospital: Neurological research

Fiske Center for Archeological Research, UMass Boston

Office of U.S. Representative Seth Moulton

Teaching English in Changsha, China

Carraig Dulra Organic & Permaculture Farm, Ireland

Lycée Collège Victor Duruy, Paris: Study abroad

CrossFit Iron Spider: Physical conditioning

Student-directed play

Austin Scarlett, fashion designer

Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

Green Street Studios: Dance and theatrical swordfighting

Arlington Animal Clinic

Suffolk County Probate and Family Court

Mujeres Unidas Avanzando: Teaching English as a Second Language

La Morra Restaurant, Brookline: Pastry and dessert cuisine

MIT: Robot and Artificial Intelligence development

Fidelity Investments


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