Bedford High School seniors preparing for project showcase
“Senior project has been part of the BHS curriculum for all graduated students since the school’s inception,” said Craig Sheil, one of four senior project advisers this year. “Over the course of the four years, we have been tweaking and refining the curriculum making sure that the mission of the class is met.”
Seniors have an opportunity to explore careers, healthy lifestyles, gain hands-on skills and get involved in their community, she said.
“We have found that students, especially students who are not college bound, exceed expectations when they delve into a senior project topic that they are passionate about,” said advisor Karrie Welch. “Students who are not necessarily strong at academics finally have the platform to highlight their strengths and share their interests in front of peers and community members.”
“Senior project celebration week has been one of my favorite weeks of the school year since I have started working at Bedford four years ago,” Benware said. “As a teacher it allows you to see your students in a different light and they always exceed my expectations.”
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