2018 National Showcase

The 2018 Project Citizen National Showcase displays the know-how of students to solve their own local problems through civic engagement. Students from Florida to Alaska tackled problems in their communities. The National Showcase took place in Calabasas, California, on July 25 and 26, 2018. Sixteen projects in both the traditional and digital formats were submitted, dealing with a variety of topics from housing, to creative city recycling, to dealing with failing online schools and so much more. The passion and commitment of these students affirms that our communities are in very good hands. The achievement levels for this year's participants are as follows:


(Bob Graham Education Center)

(Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School)

(Adam Stephens Middle School)

New Jersey*
(Montclair Kimberley Academy)


(Carson Junior High School)

Arizona (2017)*
(Franklin Phonetic School)

(Newark Charter High School)

(Fulton Independent Middle School)

(Oasis Academy)

New Jersey*
(Ridge High School)

New York
(PS 122)

Rhode Island*
(Lawn Avenue School)

Rhode Island
(St. Joseph School)
(Evergreen Middle School)


(Randy Smith Middle School)

(Salam School)

Each portfolio was evaluated three times. Achievement level results are based on the average score of the three rounds of portfolio evaluation during the national showcase.

*Electronic portfolio 

Special recognition to all the Project Citizen teachers and students in the nation for their work on Project Citizen during the 2017-2018 school year. 


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