• There may be no more than two students in a group without prior permission from the Senior Project Committee and your advisor.
  • If an organization/group/business has had a video created for them by a senior in the last three years, a new video proposal will be denied. The exception would be the senior class video & slideshow.
  • NEW: All videos produced must meet ADA accessibility requirements, therefore must have Closed Captions, and cannot be accepted as a complete project until accessibility requirements have been met. Any questions about accessibility please contact webmaster@wellesleyps.org.
  • If you plan on working on your own laptop to edit your video, you MUST work with a site advisor to find a physical space in the high school to conduct your work. You are not allowed to work at home under the supervision of a parent.
  • In order to work in the TV studio, at least one of your members MUST have taken TV-Video and you need permission from Mrs. Spilka, the TV-Video teacher, as she would be your site advisor. A maximum of three video projects are conducted in the TV studio.
  • In order work on a laptop in the library, you need permission from one of the librarians, as he/she will be your site advisor. You must have a physical space in the library to conduct your work.
  • Students must provide their own camera, microphone, tripod, batteries and any other equipment necessary. If the school has equipment available to be borrowed, school procedures will be followed for loans.
  • It is suggested that any student doing a video project provide his or her own external hard drive (with a capacity large enough to hold your media) to allow the project to be moved from computer to computer.


  • Editing will take substantial time. It is imperative to communicate your needs with not only your advisor but with the technology department for proper computer time and access. Do not assume you will always have access to a school computer.
  • Schedule your time and provide detailed time management data in your proposal. List what days you will film and what days you will edit.
  • Burning your video to DVD takes time so plan appropriately. Do not wait until the last day and make sure someone in your group knows how to burn your project to a DVD. You must provide your own DVD and give a copy to your advisor. The video must be shown at the senior project presentation night.
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