Make smarter life decisions
Many students leave high school lacking the basic skills they need to succeed in life. This puts them at risk of making poor purchasing decisions, abusing drugs, and having unprotected sex. All of these actions have negative and/or life-changing results, such as unmanageable debt, drug overdoses, and pregnancy.
We aim to reduce bad decision making by having honest conversations about life and the consequences of our decisions. We also teach students about the negative and life-changing results around poor money habits, drug use, and unsafe sex. By the end of our life skills classes, students should understand how to care for themselves, how to secure transportation and housing, and make good, productive decisions that will benefit them now and later on in life.