Design to Action Scholar Program

This independent study option is available to current eighth graders who will be attending Convent & Stuart Hall in the fall, as well as for all returning high school students. Students in this program will:

  • Work independently or in self-created teams to identify an important problem and work to develop a tangible solution in several iterations over the course of a full year. 
  • Attend monthly cohort meetings in addition to individual and group meetings with their respective advisors and program directors.

  • Incorporate aspects of design thinking, entrepreneurialism and product development as they work through an iterative cycle to develop and implement their solution.

  • Meet regular deadlines by presenting their work both online and in person. 

Upon completion, students may be invited to present their work in an effort to gain start-up funding through the Launch Grant Program. 

Please note: The application deadline for the 2020–21 school year has passed.


 

Introduction to the Progam

Mr. Carey and Ms. Inchausti introduce the Design to Action Scholar Program.

Steps for Interested Students


Step 1

Watch our introductory video above.

Step 2

Complete an application. Note: The application deadline for the 2020–21 school year has passed. Please email Mr. Carey if you are interested. 

Step 3

Compete for a launch grant. Upon successful completion of the yearlong program, students are invited to compete for a launch grant to gain start-up funding.

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Student Profile

Kailer | Grade 11

My favorite school tradition is the time for acknowledgements every week.

Subjects
Math & History
Space
The Courtyard
Project
Design to Action Scholar Program

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