Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) The Twin Falls High School gym was packed Tuesday afternoon as students presented their senior projects to the public.
This is the second year the state has required all seniors to complete a project before graduation.
Throughout the year, students complete around 40 hours of hands on training in a subject of their choice.
After working with a mentor, students learn time management and organizational skills to help prepare them for the future.
School counselor Sharee Hamilton explains the grading process…
"There is a lot of different rubrics for the different steps that we have for the senior project, but ultimately it's pass-fail, but they do, we have high expectations for a student to pass their senior project."
The final step for the senior projects is a presentation in front of a board committee in two weeks.