Paradigm Fellowship Gallery

At Paradigm, Seniors must complete a 10 page thesis paper as a graduation requirement and defend that thesis in an Oral Exam before a panel of mentors and scholars. From the mountain of papers, mentors (led by the senior seminar mentors) select each year the papers that stood out as being of the highest quality. The criteria? If we had to publish for the world to see Paradigm’s best work, which senior paper would represent us the best? Some years, we may have one or two, other years we may not have any, but when selected, these senior thesis papers will be inducted into the Paradigm Fellowship Gallery and will be published and included in our school library for future scholars to access and learn from.

Class of 2023

“Music and the Human Experience”
Michael Clark

“The Foundation of Society”
Megan Collins

“Regulation of Freedom”
Justus Hall

“The Ghost of Dialogue”
Isabella Shelburne


Class of 2022

“Cultivating Liberty”
Kelln Pratt

“In Support of Religious Liberty”
Miranda Seminario


Class of 2021

“Systemic Racism and Criminal Justice in America”
Noelle Gardner

“The Salem Witch Trials and Mass Hysteria”
Eadie Jackson


Class of 2020

“Nobility is the Reward of Morally Right Choices”
Nyah Richards


Class of 2019

“E Pluribus Unum – A warning and admonition to the People of America”
Luke Petrey

“In Radix”
Austin Richards


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