Our curricula are linked to state and federal health standards and are based on literature reviews and best practices. They fulfill required Oregon educational components as legislated by both Erin’s Law and The Healthy Teen Relationship Act. The curricula are regularly updated with the intention of staying timely, expanding on relevant topics, and improving participant outcomes. The sessions are highly activity based and include components of popular education valuing the students’ culture and experiences.
We currently offer two Health curricula for High School aged students. Health I is an introduction to our full 9 session curriculum. Activity based and focused on health promotion, Health I is designed for freshmen to lay the foundation for advanced conversations in Health II. Our Health II curriculum is outlined below. Originally written for high school Juniors & Seniors, this lesson plan can easily be adapted for college aged and adult audiences.