Senior Project


The portfolio is where all of your materials and paperwork related to your senior project, including a letter of introduction to the judges, are showcased. You should use a binder to keep track of everything that you do with Senior Project, starting from the time you’re approved, and then that as the basis of your final portfolio. Listed below are the items you need to have in your portfolio, which is graded on its completeness and presentation.

  • Table Of Contents
  • Letter of Introduction to Judges (formal business letter style—tell the judges about you)
  • Senior Project Approval Forms
  • Senior Project Proposal Form
  • Parent Permission Form
  • Outside Mentor Form
  • Letter of Intent
  • Research Paper
  • Time Logs (KEEP TRACK OF ALL OF THE TIME THAT YOU SPEND; these should be typed)
  • Outside Mentor Evaluation Form
  • Surveys, Questionnaires, Interviews (if applicable)
  • Letters/Emails of correspondence (if applicable)
  • Receipts/Schedules (if applicable)
  • Research Notes/Rough Drafts (if applicable)