About All Stars
All Stars is an interactive program designed to prevent the onset of high-risk behavior such as violence, premature sexual activity and the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs among youth aged 9-15. The program is listed by the U.S. Department of Education and the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention as a “best practices” and “promising program”.
Research shows participation in the program has a positive effect on students’ commitment to avoid risky behavior, increases bonding and engagement in school, and reduces high-risk behaviors.
All Stars Cirriculum
The curriculum includes interactive activities such as debates, games, general discussion and parent/child homework assignments, and addresses five topics crucial to curbing high-risk behavior:
- Pro-Social Ideals
- Normative Beliefs
- Personal Commitment
- Pro-Social Bonding
- Positive Parental / Adult Attentiveness