Watershed School invites the public to attend its annual Senior Project Presentation event Thursday, May 30.

This culminating rite of passage highlights the individualized projects of Watershed seniors Clio Berta, Eliot Low, Jake Maxmin, and Elijah McPhail.

Every year, seniors embark on a semester long course of study examining their unique interests, passions, and experiences, and finalize their work with a comprehensive paper, public presentation or performance highlighting their educational journey within this process. Members of the community are encouraged to attend.

Berta will share A-Live Performance Art. Berta has been working on a multi-media performance since January, collaborating with many local musical, visual, film, and dance artists. Berta’s presentation will illuminate the artistic process of her creation, while summarizing the performance of her work held on May 25 at Asymmetrick Arts in Rockland.

Eliot Low’s The History and Science of Modern Aviation highlights his experience learning to fly in pursuit of his pilot’s license. Low will also visit aeronautical history and science in his presentation.

Maxmin will offer Insights in Optimizing Individual Learning Techniques for Large Groups of Students. Maxmin will discuss the findings of his academic study that examines the application of 21st century learning techniques within public education, in aim of providing engaging academic experiences to all students regardless of socio-economic status, race, gender, or location.

McPhail will offer Ten-Day Island Retreat, stemming from his wilderness solo on Green’s Island. McPhail will share insights from his time exploring, reading, and writing on the island, which lies off of Vinalhaven and has no year-round residents.

Presentations will be held at Watershed School at 32 Washington St, Camden from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Commencement for seniors will take place Sunday, June 9, at 3:30 p.m. at the Camden Opera House.