Programming Implementation Form
Teen HYPE has been a trusted provider for abstinence and comprehensive sexually education to Detroit area middle and high schools for more than 14 years. Since 2016, we’ve been a provider for substance abuse prevention education. Depending on the needs at your institution, we can implement 8, 10, or 13 session evidence- based curriculums to educate and empower the students you serve. To schedule Teen HYPE to come into your classroom, please complete:
Every year, Teen HYPE executes a high-quality theater production on social topics important to young people. These performances are conceived by our teens, written by our teens, and star our teens! We reach more than 3,000 students every year with our performances! Please like us on facebook (www.facebook.com/teenhype) to stay in the know of upcoming play dates, ticket prices, and themes. In addition, please fill out the Play Reservation Form below to reserve your classes’ seat for the upcoming production and make sure your students don’t miss out!
Performance Service Form
As a Theater Education organization, we also provide youth-led performance services for schools. In addition to our annual stage production, we can provide smaller performances and presentations on specific topics that are important to you. We are happy to help your institution tackle difficult topics such as healthy relationships, bullying, mental health, and substance abuse. Whether you need a health resource display or an assembly, Teen HYPE is the expert in Helping Youth by Providing Education. To bring a Teen HYPE performance service to your school, please complete:
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