Character Development Curriculum
Parents generally hope that their child will become a leader, that they will set a good example for their friends and family members. Unfortunately, in today’s world, we have a lack of good leaders to whom we can point our children. It has been noted that our communities will rise and fall according to the character of our leaders.
In order to become a strong student leader, a student must posses both character and courage! Education Lifeskills Courses and programs can help students achieve these attributes and become prepared to lead their classmates into productivity and out of failure. As peers and friends, teenagers have much more influence on each other than school leaders and parents.
The SAM Program (Students Act Maturely) is a an ideal character development curriculum and opportunity for students to exercise their leadership skills and attributes. Learn more about the SAM Program here.