By engaging in Enhanced Senior Year opportunities, students will
- apply the content-area knowledge gained through the CRLS academic
program as well as though their participation in extracurricular
- strengthen the important 21st century skills necessary for success
after high school, including project management, communication,
collaboration, digital media literacy, and civic literacy
- become more prepared to participate fully and responsibly as young adults in their communities.
EYS Projects are meant to highlight academic gains, but equally
important is the demonstration of a “learning stretch” that takes place
as a result of the project. While students will be drawing from their
unique skills, talents, and interests, projects must challenge and push
each student to learn new skills.