Eleven seniors presented their Intensive Studies Program (ISP) projects to Upper School students, faculty and staff this morning.
The two-year Intensive Studies Program (ISP) is comprised of personalized coursework, research and service-learning in the arts, entrepreneurship, global studies or STEM. Student efforts culminate with a capstone project, and each ISP scholar receives recognition at graduation.
ISP Students from the Class of 2022:
Reed Bishop - In Desert Shadows: Nuances of Privatized Warfare
Tess Delice - Femmes in Film: The Depiction of Women in Post World War II French and Italian Cinemas
Brook Dodson - Dance on Film: Exploration of Cinematography and Viewer Perceptions of Theme
Katherine Hoge - Finding Rome in the US Government: A Study of Roman Influence on the Founding Fathers
Nadia Khan - Conquest and Persecution: Connections Between Rome and the United States
Sophie Levengood - Viewing Civil War Monuments Through a Modern Lens
Avery Pelletier - Road Trip Through Virginia
Bella Shealy - Colorism and US Immigration: How Attitudes Towards Latin Americans Impact US Immigration
Margaret White - Fact vs. Fiction: An Analysis of the Historical Accuracy in Musicals