At Shining Mountain Waldorf School in Boulder, Colorado, each senior is responsible for a Senior Project. These projects start in the spring of their Junior year when they decide on a topic that they are passionate about. Once approved by the high school faculty, the seniors must find a mentor that is an expert in that area of study. The students are required to spend at least 50 hours on the project which culminates with a presentation to the entire SMWS community in October of their senior year.
This is Sophie Schram's presentation: "Transforming the Lives of Denver's At-Risk Youth" (October 18, 2013).
Filmed, edited and produced by 3db Productions.