Project Week Catalog
An introduction to fly fishing, knot tying, casting, entomology, and fly tying, including camping in the Yakima Valley, two days of Yakima River float trips, and a tour of the Roza or Wanapum Dam or Wild Horse Wind Farm.
Visiting Washington D.C. with your classmates is a unique opportunity—learning takes place at every stop.
The Global Education Program brings Overlake students to our school in Pailin, Cambodia for a week of learning and teaching.
Are you interested in learning how cities and regions work to serve their inhabitants? Join this project week to explore the intersections of architecture, urban planning, design and public services through the lenses of environmental sustainability, social justice, politics, and engineering. We'll take an interdisciplinary approach to meet with experts across industries to learn how cities work and why they work the way they do. You'll learn there's usually a reason for why things are designed the way they are, thought that reason may not always be what you think.
If you like creative projects and like working with your hands then join us and learn to SEW BEAUTIFULLY! Learning to sew is a valuable skill that will serve you well, and it's fun to create projects for your family, friends and home.
Project Week Timeline
- November 9 - Catalog Published
- November 28 - Independent Proposals Due
- November 10-28 - Student Selection Period
- December 21 - Student Placement Published
- January 25 (9:05 – 9:50) and March 14 (9-9:30AM) - Project Week Group Meetings
- March 25-29 - Project Week