VIRTUAL Capstone Showcase
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SCH Academy's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) has traditionally celebrated the culmination of our sophomore Capstone curriculum by offering a Capstone Showcase each semester. These student-created innovative products, nonprofits, apps, services, and more are developed as a means to solve real-world problems—and are prototyped for this showcase!
This winter, we highlighted our faculty-selected Capstone projects from the fall semester, and gave them a chance to win our CEL People's Choice Award. From a class of over 35, these 15 projects were selected as the best in their studio (App, New Media, Invention, Social Impact, Startup) and CEL mindset awards (which takes into consideration students who are using this skills in opportunity-seeking, teamwork, creativity, resourcefulness, and resiliency).
These students were selected for this online voting opportunity by their CEL faculty who selected ones that exemplified the CEL program. Read their comments below...
And the Winner is...
aN app for studying and organization for high school students struggling with time management and getting school work done.
Congratulations to all our sophomores who participated in this year's Virtual Capstone Showcase. Over 800 people went online to vote and learn about projects made by our entrepreneurial students. Thank you to all that voted!
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view our winning CAPSTONE entrepreneurs
The CEL Capstone Showcase features student-created innovative products, nonprofits, apps, services, and more that are developed as a means to solve real-world problems. The showcase ran slightly differently than previous years. Typically, all 30-plus projects would be up for voting, but this year it was limited to the selected 15 projects that won a CEL Studio or Mindset Award. These winners were hand-selected by their CEL faculty advisors for their dedication, academic prowess, and entrepreneurial mindset. See all our Winter 2023 Capstone Winners below (and read what faculty had to say)...