CAMDEN — Watershed School will give Project Week presentations, Thursday, January 10 at 5:30, p.m., at a new location, the First Congregation Church, 55 Elm Street in Camden.
Watershed School students had planned to give Project Week presentations, Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 5:30 p.m., at St. Thomas Church, in Camden.
Second semester at Watershed School begins with Project Week, when, rather than attend traditional classes, students choose a topic of interest, connect with a mentor, and fan out into local workshops, studios, classrooms, concert halls, and other locales specific to their project.
At the end of the week, students present what they've learned in a Pecha Kucha format.
"Project Week provides an excellent opportunity for young people to delve deeply into a topic and develop meaningful connections with mentors in the community," said Head of School Will Galloway, in a news release. "It's always fascinating to see the final presentations and learn more about the interesting work our students have been engaged in."
The presentations are free of charge and open to the public.
Watershed School is an independent high school located in Camden, serving students who are looking for a challenging academic program in the context of a supportive and enthusiastic school culture.
Watershed is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, is a Maine State Approved High School, and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).