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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. 


 

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
Apply to the Design to Action Scholar Program
Application Deadlines:
 
  • Due May 14 for rising students in Grades 10–12 (currently in Grades 9–11)
  • Due May 28 for rising students in Grade 9 (currently in eighth grade and attending Convent & Stuart Hall High School next year).
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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