High schools make senior year count

06/27/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A small but growing number of high schools nationwide are retooling 12th grade to combat "senioritis." As one of their graduation requirements, students at New Hampshire's Souhegan High School must prepare a nearly yearlong senior project to use the skills they've learned during their four years of high school.

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