Interactive education project following a group of 15 to 20-year-olds for a year. A 20-year-old street dancer sets up his own dance academy and a 19-year-old starts his own web business.
Student Simon Jenkins has set his heart on becoming a successful stand-up comic.
Eighteen-year old Chloe Spiteri wants to win Britain's first female Olympic wrestling medal.
Gilly Flaherty and Jade Heusen have spent much of their lives in the pursuit of football and ballet.
Jamal Haynes is 19 and comes from a pretty rough estate in Wellingborough. A father at 16 and with another baby on the way his plan is to build a happy and stable life for his family.
Sixteen-year-old Sam Phripp wants to win the Eurovision song contest for Britain.
Claire Hazelgrove has just turned 20 and is standing for Labour in the Tory stronghold of Skipton and Ripon
Nineteen-year-old Josh Muggleton has Asperger's syndrome. Although he finds it difficult to socialise and make friends he is desperate to get in to St Andrews University.
Eighteen-year-old Deborah Stevenson dreams of using poetry to help empower other young people, and 17-year-old Isobella Hatwell also wants to use her writing to improve her life.
The Year Dot 15 meet each other for the first time. Is Year Dot going the way they'd hoped? Are they on their way to realising their ambitions?
Channel 4's interactive education project follows a group of 15 to 20-year-olds for a year. Twenty-year-old Claire Hazelgrove is Labour's second youngest Parliamentary candidate.
Twenty-year-old student Simon Jenkins wants to make it as a stand-up comedian, and 18 year-old Isobella Hatwell is trying to write and stage a play.
Seventeen- year-old Gilly Flaherty plays football for Arsenal and England; and Nicolette Ester, also 17, is adjusting to a new life at boarding school after caring for her dad
Sam Phripp (16) has set his sights on entering Eurovision; and Akilah Russell (19) is trying to make it as a journalist.
Deborah Stevenson has just started university and is more determined than ever to put her creative skills to good use, and 19-year-old entrepreneur Tom Murse launches his own company.
Nineteen-year-old Josh Muggleton has Asperger Syndrome, but can he overcome this to make an independent life for himself at St Andrews University?
Nineteen-year-old Chloe Spiteri wants to wrestle for Great Britain at the Olympics, and Sheila Lord, 18, is starting to make it as a singer-songwriter.
At 19 Jamal Haynes is the father of two sons. Can he juggle his family responsibilities, while working in a local community project with young kids and performing as an MC?
Eighteen-year-old Jade Heusen is a final-year ballet student and determined to get her first professional contract, while Aaron Augustus is attempting to start his own dance academy.
It's been a few months since the Year Dot 15 last got together, and this time they are joined by some of the teens who've been watching and talking to them online
The interactive education project follows a group of 15 to 20-year-olds for a year. Here, they reflect on the last year, the challenges they've overcome and the successes they've had.