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Empower Student Voice in Every Aspect of Education
BE THE DIFFERENCE
“Our students and staff thoroughly enjoyed TEEN TRUTH. It was amazing and emotional! We have NEVER hosted a program that has gotten such rave reviews.”Lisa Ross
TELL YOUR TRUTH
The TEEN TRUTH school assembly gives students a voice and empowers them to be the difference on campus. Featuring student-shot films, interactive activities, and motivational storytelling, our assemblies are the backbone of our mission to develop strong culture in schools across North America.
The TEEN TRUTH leadership summit identifies the critical student issues your school is facing while developing a student-centered action plan to address them. This powerful program will redefine student leadership, and unleash your community’s best leaders in a unified movement that will revitalize your school.
TEEN TRUTH’s SEL curriculum offers a peer-to-peer program that teaches teens how to develop valuable social-emotional skills that will build resiliency and enhance school culture. Your student mentors will be taught how to teach their younger peers, greatly extending guidance efforts across campus.
After Experiencing TEEN TRUTH
Students Are More Willing to Report Bullying
Students Believe Bullying is More Serious
Students Believe Bullying Can Cause Harm
(Confirmed by an Independent Study on TEEN TRUTH)
I feel like, for the first time, I can tell my truth. No one has ever told me that before.Rosie
I never imagined that TEEN TRUTH’s message would be so powerful. All I have to say is, ‘WOW!’Vice Principal
You guys inspired me so much! I promise to be the difference and stand up for others.Chris
Building School Culture Since 2006
TEEN TRUTH is an educational services company focused on empowering student voice, enhancing school culture, and building student resilience. Developed from the success of an award-winning student-shot film series, TEEN TRUTH boasts North America’s premiere school assemblies, youth leadership summits, and SEL curriculum.
How Will You Empower Student Voice?