Toward the completion of senior year, students are required to be involved in a five week "Senior Project." This project can include an internship, mentorship, faculty-run seminar, or independent project of the student's design. Senior Projects allows students to bring their accumulated academic and personal skills to an off-campus learning experience. Projects can take place on the Academy campus, in the professional community of Albuquerque, the United States, or the world, depending upon a student's individual project choice. Students bring their experiences back to the classroom by sharing them with classmates and teachers through Presentations of Learning. The goal of Senior Projects is to provide a guided transitional-learning opportunity that allows seniors to experiment with independent planning, study, work, and personal responsibility off-campus, with continued guidance and support from the school. Senior Projects provides an opportunity for students to experiment with different learning and working environments and professions, while guided and supported by on-campus faculty and off-campus sponsors.