In 2002 DAF launched an activity: Every student was asked to prepare a graduation project based on the curriculum that shows the students’ ability to learn through research along with the students’ ability to skilfully communicate, represent, and convince; every student works for a complete year on his/her project under the supervision of one of the teachers. Graduation projects should have a new theme that benefits the student and his society. Students almost engage in projects that relate to their lives as students or members of their society; accordingly, projects almost include field visits or a governmental or societal authority’s work research. A panel of judges with the presence of parents and students. Students cannot graduate until they accomplish their projects.