Teachers say…

This information is invaluable and timely. In my 16 years in education, I have not seen a program like this. I appreciate breaking down terms, data, and making this presentation “real” showing student impact.
-High School Counselor, Sumner County

“Instructors were objective and formative; they made the information very relative to teenagers. They were both professional and sensitive, factual without being opinionated. We would love to have the program, same instructors next year.”
-High School Teacher, Williamson County

“Presenters do a super job of giving facts as well as perspectives teens do not always look at. Great program implemented by great people.”
-High School Teacher, Sumner County


Teens say…

“Now I think that I shouldn’t have sex until marriage because it is too much responsibility for me as a teenager.” -Female, Gallatin High School, Sumner County

“I thought it was wonderful! It really opened my eyes to a lot of things that I didn’t know about. I think all the statistics were very effective.”
-Male, Davidson Academy, Davidson County

“It was very informative. I learned a lot about adoption and abortion that I did not know. It definitely changed my opinion on those options in teen pregnancy. I definitely know the facts now. “
-Female, East Robertson High, Robertson County

“I used to think I could never choose adoption, but I learned a lot more than I knew.”
-Female, Beech High School, Sumner County

“I heard about how frequently people have abortions and it breaks my heart to know so many people make that decision when there are so many people that can’t have children and would adopt.”
-Female, Portland High School, Sumner County

“I liked it. It was good. It’s best to just stay abstinent I think.”
Male, Station Camp High School, Sumner County

“I saw the high numbers of bad statistics that are associated with children growing up in homes without a father, including 63% of teen suicides. It made me realize the circumstances of many troubled teens.”
-Male, Father Ryan High School, Davidson County

“It made me think about consequences of making bad choices.”
-Male, Beech High School, Sumner County