Many high school students quickly discover their independence, ambitions, opinions, and beliefs about oneself and the world we live in. However, some students struggle to feel a sense of belonging, purpose, and direction in their life. Leader in Me Schools create an inclusive culture led by students who are encouraged to find their voice and develop critical skills through a series of leadership courses that will help them successfully navigate college, career, and life.
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Leader in Me High School students take lead in creating a safe, accepting, and uplifting school culture. This culture transformation starts by encouraging staff to release control and empower students to be leaders. Leader in Me provides a vital role for high schools with leadership courses that not only prepare students for college and a career, but principle-centered skills to be successful in life.
The students are team players now. They’re not angry anymore. They’re not dealing with depression. You can feel it. Kids are laughing. They are greeting you. They’re not sneering and making fun of other people. It’s truly like a family environment. That’s the culture of a Leader in Me High School.
– Evett Barham, Teacher at Pryor High School
Teachers at Leader in Me High Schools begin to rekindle their passion when they see students taking ownership of their future or witness students take a stand in advising ways to improve the school. By attending 7 Habits training and other workshops, staff experience principle-centered professional development that impacts all areas of their life with new paradigms, behaviors, and results.
Parents who attend the 7 Habits of Successful Families® workshop, discover shared timeless principles that can be taught both at home and at school to prepare teens for success. Many of the most important skills to help students prepare for college and a career, are found in the Leader in Me framework.