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Lily Blouin '16

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Lily Blouin '16 is making a Senior Project is about Senior Projects. She is making a documentary about the journey that three seniors will undergo until the end of the year, through the ups and downs of the entire process.

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Senior Projects: A Sprint to the Finish!

Posted by Lily Blouin '16 on Jun 1, 2016 10:48:13 AM



Watch a short version of Lily's final video

What are senior projects? That’s a question that I have spent the past seven weeks trying to figure out. As I sit here on this Friday morning of senior projects I think back to everything I have seen and done these past few weeks. I have seen students grow through their projects, learning about their own cultures or their work ethic. I have learned about Final Cut Pro and editing film but I have also learnt about the hardwork and dedication that goes into each of these projects.

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Learning from Senior Projects

Posted by Lily Blouin '16 on May 11, 2016 2:10:55 PM

Lily Blouin is doing a Senior Project about Senior Projects. For some context about her project, read her first blog post.

During my past three years at Tabor I often heard about senior projects, however I never had a clear understanding of what actually happened during those seven weeks. Senior projects seemed almost mythical to me, you would hear about them from seniors when they first talked about them in the early spring when they were excited about dropping classes.

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Topics: Academics, Student Life, Senior Projects

A Senior Project about Senior Projects

Posted by Lily Blouin '16 on Apr 12, 2016 11:25:51 AM

“Senior Projects allow seniors in good academic standing to drop classes in the last seven weeks as necessary in order to pursue a project of their own creation.” This is how Senior Projects are described on the Tabor Academy website. One week into my project and that description doesn’t feel exactly right.

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Topics: Academics, Student Life, Tabor Portraits, Senior Projects