Students will create a series of essays on self-concept and identity. In addition, the will create a historical account of their families. It will include the written reflections on the topics discussed throughout the curriculum. Also, the students will do some research on the Internet, library, and with their own family to identify an artist or writer that they may want to showcase. The project will include a written collection of essays, short stories, and poems produced by the students in addition to the written report about the artist whose work they have chosen. In addition, the project will included visual representations in a variety of forms such as: dioramas (representation of a sense or scenery build in a show box), drawings, sculptures with paper mache, pictures, and many more according to the students' preferences.
To enhance their writing they will be encourage to create "heritage boxes". A shoe box can be painted and adorned in the outside and inside to portray the family's history recorded by the students. This may include photos, artifacts, etc. that will help the student illustrate the information in their oral history gathering. In collaboration with the administration, the art department, and the students an exhibit of the final works will be open to the rest of the school. This exhibit should be housed at the school library. A ceremony of presentation of the work will take place to open the exhibit.