Jackson Hole Community School

Senior Project

Required for graduation, the Senior Project is a capstone and culmination of 12+ years
of learning; an opportunity to investigate personal passions; a showcase for critical thinking skills; and an integral part of every JHCS student's legacy.

All projects have a research, writing, and field work component, and are formally presented at Senior Symposium at the end of the school year. To complete Senior Projects students demonstrate initiative by managing their time independently and effectively, utilizing community resources, and employing scholarly research methods. Students can choose to express their findings with a research paper, as an experiment or by creating a product or performance. Past projects include:

Women’s Healthcare and its Effect on the Wage Gap and Work Place

Dangers of Sports Related Concussions and the Long Term Effects on Young Athletes

Ethics of the Stock Market and Stock Trading

The Economics of Recycling

The Effects of Piracy on the Music Industry

How to Build a Drone

Women in Orthopedic Medicine

Sexual Assault on College Campuses

Improvisational Acting

Social Media’s Impact on the Mental Health of Teenagers

The Ski Industry and Climate Change through Film

Effects of Media on Self Esteem & Body Image

Addressing Social Taboos through Mixed Media

Effectiveness of Dog Therapy

Designing a Sustainable Jackson Hole Home



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