Capstone is an elective year-long student-driven project for juniors.  Capstone at Marvelwood is meant to be an opportunity for students to explore a passion or area of interest and to create a final product unlike anything else they've done in school.  The final product is rarely a research paper or PowerPoint presentation.  Instead, students are able to create working prototypes of inventions, documentary films, 'zines, art pieces, web pages, apps, or anything they can imagine.  The rigorous process requires self-motivation as students work independently most of the time. 

Marvelwood's Capstone program is in collaboration with Skills21 at EdAdvance, and supervised by former faculty member Dr. Elizabeth Radday, who is now a research specialist with EdAdvance 500 Internal Server Error

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Capstone is open to all juniors. For information about participating for the 2019-2020 school year, contact the Academic Office.


Marvelwood's Inaugural Capstone Projects, May 2019


Behind the Flips

by Jack Gersten '20

Gen Z 'Zine

by Kyrie Mbonu '20

Lighting up the Music

by David Ma '20

Agricultural Algorithm

By Ian White '20

Ian's Capstone Project
(website in production)