Easy Guide on Finding Ideas for High School Senior Projects

Updated: 5 days ago

This was originally posted on June 09, 2013 (as a mere showcase for my senior project at the time).

You've just come in to this page wondering "what ideas can I use for my senior project" or "I have no idea what I'm suppose to do for this project" or something between those lines and you're in one of these two situations:

  • You're preparing months ahead of time OR

  • You're currently procrastinating a few weeks or maybe on the week that it's due (that's pretty bold of you actually.

No problem! I had the very exact same issue as you since my teacher (for me at least) didn't really give out clear instructions and only showed the class some examples but not really on the how.

Each high school will have a different requirements and format on what medium you can submit and present this in such as a PowerPoint or creating a video (which everyone had to do at my school) but I promise you you will find the results you're looking for.

In this quick and easy guide for your high school senior project, I will be showing you:

  • How you can easily have an idea for your project using this this specific personal quality

  • 3 examples of how this personal quality is used for senior projects

  • Determine if your personal quality is good enough that it will have some impact on your future career and daily life

Finding the Solution to Your Problem on Your Senior Project

So you are in either one of these two situations:

You might either have a few to tons of ideas or

You have absolutely no ideas whatsoever (in this case, me) but you might lack the direction of where your project is supposed to go.

And I have seen a bunch of projects that were random, totally weird in a bad way, and lacked a sense of direction since my teacher was pretty vague about it.

But one easy approach to solving this problem involves one simple feeling you have: