The 2012-13 Student Recognition Project is NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PROJECTS!
Click here to complete the online application.
*All students must complete the online application by February 15th in order to participate in this year's project.
*See files to the left for more information about project criteria and deadlines.
Click the new SRP Video to the right and learn how you can participate in the project as a student,
business person or community member!!!
Thank you to our Title Sponsor...
The 2012-13 San Ramon Valley Business/Education Roundtable Student Recognition Project is an opportunity to recognize hundreds of high school students in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District for project-based learning with a unique community twist! The students compete in any of 25 categories that showcase their skills both within and outside the curriculum. Project judging is done by professional business people with extensive expertise in the various categories.
The program is coordinated by the San Ramon Valley Business and Education Roundtable. The purpose of the program is to create collaboration among students, educators and the business community in the San Ramon Valley, to promote educational excellence and to prepare students for the business world of the 21st century.
Categories include: Acting, Applied Design, Architecture, Community Service, Computer Aided Drafting, Creative Writing, Culinary Arts, Dance, Digital Art, Early Childhood Education, Entrepreneur, Fashion Design, Journalism, Instrumental Music, Instrumental Music (Piano), Vocal Music, Photography (Digital and Film), Poetry, Robotics, Science, Video Production, Visual Arts (Black&White and Color) and Web Design.
All projects are displayed at the Open House event on March 18, 2013 and winning projects are recognized at the Gala Breakfast on April 5, 2013.
See links on left to complete the ONLINE application and to view criteria information.
The Business and Education Roundtable Student Recognition Project seeks to create a partnership among students, educators and the business community to promote educational excellence and to prepare students for the business world of the 21st Century. The program encourages students across the curriculum to make practical application of knowledge, skills and processes in projects that are useful and meaningful. In this way, the Student Recognition Project seeks to build self-esteem, responsibility and confidence in students.