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Virtual After School Sex Ed

PPSO's virtual After School Sex Ed program empowers youth to make informed decisions about their sexual health. With research as its foundation and highly skilled educators as instructors, this program provides a safe and educational environment for students and youth to learn about their bodies. Participants gain valuable tools to help them make informed decisions and have their questions answered in a comfortable setting. Don't hesitate to sign up your student or child today.

What you need to know.

Research shows that young people who don’t have accurate information about their sexual health are more likely to experiment with sex at younger ages than ones who do.

All youth deserve access to inclusive and accurate information about human sexuality. That’s why PPSO offers virtual After School Sex Ed for youth ages 10-15. These engaging virtual programs are offered live on Zoom with a highly skilled educator to provide time for students to learn about their bodies, gain tools to help make informed choices, and get their questions answered.

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Human Growth and Development (Level 1)

  • Age: 10-12 years
  • Topics: Reproductive Anatomy, Puberty, Pregnancy, and Boundaries
  • Full Session Description: Level 1 (10-12 year olds): Human Growth and Development
  • Cost: $100/participant (scholarships available)
  • Register for the Spring Cohort: 4-5 PM Tuesdays/Thursdays, April 9, 11, 16, & 18


Healthy Sexuality Series (Level 2)

  • Age: 13-15 years
  • Topics: Introduction to Sexuality and Values, Birth Control and Sexual Protection, Sexually Transmitted Infections, and Consent
  • Full Session Description: Level 2 (13-15 year olds): Healthy Sexuality Series
  • Cost: $100/participant (scholarships available)
  • Register for the Spring Cohort: 4-5:30 PM on May 7, 4-5 PM on May 9, 14, & 16
  • Parent Preview Night: May 2 from 5:30 - 6:30 PM

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