For more than a decade, Guilford High School (GHS) students have each year taken part in a school program known as the Capstone Project, which asks them to whittle down an area of interest in their lives to a tangible initiative, presentation, or object, and after months of work, present them to the broader community.
In the program’s decade-long history, there has been nothing comparable to the 2020-’21 school year.
Despite all the disruptions and barriers, Capstone Coordinator Nicole McDonald said that, as students began the virtual staging of their projects, the program has seen increased participation and encompasses an especially relevant and representative slate of issues around this year.
“What I really appreciate about the students is it is less about the problem and more about the solution,” McDonald said…..
“What I really appreciate about the students is it is less about the problem and more about the solution,” McDonald said. More….