• Senior Culminating Project

    The Senior Culminating Project (formerly called Senior Exit Interview) is a graduation requirement which was established by the Murrieta Valley Unified School District in 2008, beginning with the graduating Class of 2013.  This recommendation came from the 21st Century Collaborative Ad Hoc Committee to incorporate the 21st Century skills:
    Learning Skills
    • Critical Thinking
    • Creative Thinking
    • Collaborating
    • Communicating

    Literacy Skills

    • Information Literacy
    • Media Literacy
    • Technology Literacy

    Life Skills

    • Flexibility
    • Initiative
    • Social Skills
    • Productivity
    • Leadership

    This district committee reviewed research and recommendations addressing 21st century college and work force requirements, and as a result Board Policy 6146.1(a) regarding district graduation requirements was revised.

    Students obtaining a diploma of graduation from a Murrieta Valley Unified School District high school shall successfully complete a presentation on personal career/life goals. This presentation will exhibit the student’s creative ability, critical thinking and communication skills while demonstrating a clear understanding of the essential activities needed to achieve the career/ life goals.

    The Senior Culminating Project process includes:

    • A written reflective essay
    • A problem based senior project - a presentation that reveals your passion and goals
    • A culminating oral presentation and demonstration
    • Click to view videos of student presentations
Last Modified on October 19, 2022