The Project: Film and edit a documentary examining racism and mental illness in the criminal justice system.
All Calhoun eleventh graders embark on a capstone experience known as Junior Workshop, an independent project that challenges students to create something new or innovative.
See examples of Junior Workshop projects below, or read a list of past projects.
The Project: Develop a mobile app of Calhoun’s website for students and teachers to better connect to the school.
The Project: Create a clutch rating system through statistical analysis for Major League Baseball pitchers.
The Project: Film and produce a documentary focusing on the impact of retail stores that sell cheap clothing on human rights and the environment.
The Project: Design and build a 3-D printer that can be easily transported without compromising the apparatus’ build volume.
The Project: Design and facilitate a workshop for young black women to analyze the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Project: Mount an art exhibit of photographs and video collage for the Calhoun community.
The Project: Research and create a study on the impact of the word "slut" on high school girls, to give teenagers a voice.
The Project: Produce a podcast series featuring interviews with Cougar coaches and athletes.
The Project: Research and deconstruct the connection between social media and the contemporary feminist movement.
The Project: Develop a software program that improves the class scheduling process in Calhoun's Upper School.