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Capstone Mock Project & Ideas

​ Capstone - Passion Project​

J.N. Burnett Secondary School

Career life connections and capstone project.


For Grads of 2023, to complete your Capstone, please select 'CLC Service Project' below for the details of the CLC Service Project.



J.N. Burnett delivers the Career Life Connections course through our Conference days. Each grade level, 8 through 12, is expected to attend, participate in, and reflect on the activities that are presented during those days.

Students are responsible for uploading and storing their completed activities and reflections to myBlueprint.ca/sd38. This is important, as it is a record of their participation during Conference days.

Students who have an excused absence on a Conference day must complete the activities and reflections and upload them to myBlueprint.  Each Conference Day is based on a theme that addresses the Career Life Connections curriculum.

These themes are:

Students will receive 2 credits in Grade 11, and 2 credits in Grade 12 for Career Life Connections.


The Capstone Project is part of Career Life Connections. During grades 11 and 12, students will plan, design, document, create, and present a Capstone Project.

It is mandatory for all students to complete a Capstone in order to receive a Career Life Connections course credit.

The Capstone Project is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their learning in a particular topic they are interested in learning about.  This student-centered approach allows individuals to personalized their learning in an area that they are passionate about. 

Be prepared to invest at least 25 hours towards completing your Capstone Project. This does not include your 30 Hours of Work/Volunteer Experience, or the 90 Hours completed in the Work Experience (WEX) course.


What Can My Capstone Look Like?

Your Capstone Project can be presented in many different ways or styles. What form is your Capstone Project going to take? What will your final project look like? This is your chance to be creative!

Capstone Styles

We have provided 7 different Capstone Styles to give you an idea of what form your Capstone Project can take.  Please refer to the Capstone Styles Booklet below for detailed information. 


Before starting your Capstone Project, you need to complete a Capstone Proposal.  Once this proposal is approved, you can start your Capstone journey.

You will need to find a Mentor to help guide you throughout your Capstone.

What is a Mentor?

A mentor is an adult that you trust, a person that can provide support and guidance as you are going through the process of completing your Capstone Project.

Once you find a mentor, you need to meet at least 3 times to discuss your Capstone progress. These meetings must be documented and signed on the Mentor Log sheet.


Before your Final Capstone Presentation during the May Conference Day, you will need to have the following documents completed and signed off on your Career Life Connections Report Checklist:

Please bring your signed and completed Career Life Connections Report Checklist, along with the above documents, to your Capstone Presentation in May.  All of these forms, with the exception of your resume, can be found below.


Your Final Capstone Presentation will occur during the May Conference day. 

Your Capstone is worth 50% of your Career Life Connections course. All students must present their Capstone Project in order to graduate.

The following document outlines the Capstone Rubric that will be used for assessment:

capstone project bc high school

École Secondaire Hugh McRoberts Secondary School

Capstone/career-life connections (clc).

The Career Education Capstone Project is the culmination of an overall Grade 8 to 12 Career Education curriculum journey that our students take through their high school experience. The Capstone timeline shows specific aspects of the Grade 11 and 12 Capstone preparation and presentation. 

Career Life Connections is a course that all Grade 12s must complete in order to graduate. The course prepares students for life after graduation by having them think about their futures, explore careers, and develop independent learning skills. A big part of the course is an independent inquiry project focused on a topic the student is passionate about. All the resources that students need to complete the course and Capstone project can be found below.  Please refer the documents below.


  1. Capstone Project

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  2. Capstone Project

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  3. Major Features Of The Capstone Projects

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  4. The Capstone School Promotional Video

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  5. Capstone Projects Excite High School Students

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  6. Grade 12 Capstone Showcase

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  1. Balam Thari

  2. Reading Rockets vs BC High

  3. 2018 Capstone Presentations Day 1

  4. The Capstone Diploma Program

  5. School event race #capstone #capstonia

  6. Capstone Topic


  1. Career Education 10-12 Guide

    Capstone presentation – Showcase and celebrate the learning journey . ... B.C. school districts and secondary schools are exploring innovative approaches to


    Purposeful career life development across the Secondary school years. ❑ Meaningful Mentorship connections – Inside or Outside of the building. ❑ Engaging


    A capstone project is a celebration of learning and experience. ... Academy, Junior Fire Crew, Train in Trades, Work in Trades (Secondary School

  4. Capstone Mock Project & Ideas

    ... RESEARCH GUIDE ​CAREER EXPLORATION FINAL CLE 10 PROJECT. Back; Post Secondary Application Process > · Educational Planner BC Website · Post Secondary

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    sd47.bc.ca/schools/brooks ... A capstone project is a multidisciplinary project that ... secondary school, modern careers, and adult life. The projects will

  6. Career-Life Connections 12 Capstone Project

    time at school, that may lead to a potential career path. A successful capstone project topic should be: • Something you can research (for example

  7. Capstone Projects

    ​Capstone - Passion Project​ ... Belmont High School Capstone Projects 2019 ... Career Education Building Student Success BC Curriculum

  8. Career Life Connections and Capstone Project

    The Capstone Project is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their learning in a particular topic they are interested in learning about. This student-

  9. Capstone/Career-Life Connections (CLC)

    The Career Education Capstone Project is the culmination of an overall Grade 8 to ... journey that our students take through their high school experience.

  10. capstone project criteria

    Ministry of Education, British Columbia. WHAT: • You will present your Capstone Project to a Gleneagle staff member (that you will ... High School Years.