Comprehensive Youth Development Curricula
Be The Exception
Recognizing Your Value and Shaping Your Future By Making Positive Choices
Push The Limits
Positive Potential is a curriculum developed by A Positive Approach to Teen Health. This curricula encompasses a variety of
age- appropriate subjects, such as bullying, self-confidence and risky behavior that are tailored to the students’ needs as they grow and mature.
PATH’s POSITIVE POTENTIAL PROGRAM ADDED TO APPROVED EVIDENCE-BASED CURRICULA LIST!
The Office of Adolescent Health spent $110M on Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programming between 2005 – 2010. The Office of Adolescent Health offered a Tier 2 Cooperative Agreement with a focus on New and Innovative Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention and STI/HIV Education. With more than 200 applications, PATH was one of 41 programs chosen to develop, implement and rigorously evaluate their program. In 2016, PATH’s Positive Potential Program was one of only 8 new Evidence-Based programs effecting positive changes in behavior, added to the previous list of 32 programs.
For more information on the OAH TPP Projects see the videos below:
The sixth grade PATH content aligns very well with middle school health content standards. We love how the program focuses on fostering good decision making skills and encouraging student self worth. The sixth grade PATH content aligns very well with our school’s mission to empower kids with the education and resources to become successful adults.