Life Choices Education Program has been privileged to work with teens along the Front Range to teach abstinence education and healthy decision making. The Education Program consists of three areas: school presentations, youth group presentations and Teen Advocates.
Our classroom presenters teach young people how to form healthy relationships by setting boundaries, practicing refusal skills, avoiding sexually transmitted infections, and encouraging sexual risk-avoidance. For over twenty years we have successfully taught our character-building curriculum in public and private schools in the Northern Colorado Area. We are currently seeking to expand our education presentations to new school districts in the Metro Denver area for the 2017-2018 school year. In the 2015-2016 school year, we presented the message of sexual integrity to 5,956 middle and high school students in 16 high schools and 15 middle schools.
School presentations are by invitation only. If you would like to see Life Choices present in your child’s school please consider talking to your child’s teacher or principal. We can provide materials and information explaining our program and curriculum for you to give to school staff. If you are interested in discussing this further, contact Taylor at
or by calling 303.651.2050 ext. 109.
Life Choices currently presents in the following schools:
St. Vrain Valley School District
Altona Middle School Erie Middle School & High School Frederick High School Longmont High School Lyons High School Mead Middle School & High School Niwot High School Silver Creek High School Twin Peaks Charter School Desiderata School
Thompson School District
Bill Reed Middle School Loveland High School Lucile Erwin Middle School Mountain View High School Thompson Valley High School Turner Middle School Berthoud High School
Adams 12 School District
Horizon High School Prospect Ridge Academy
Roosevelt High School
School District RE-8 Fort Lupton High School
School District 27J
Prairie View High School
School District R-1
Jefferson Academy Secondary School
School District R-3
Estes Park High School
School District RE-3
Fort Morgan High School
Immanuel Lutheran School
Longmont Christian School
Rocky Mountain Christian Academy
We believe one of the ways we can change the world’s view of sex is by partnering with churches. Kids who have been raised in loving Christian homes face the same issues that all teens today face, yet it often seems they are no better prepared than their peers to handle the lies that the world is selling as truth. At Life Choices our goal is to come alongside church leaders and parents to support them with knowledge and resources. We do this by providing youth group presentations for teens, parenting classes and events, and purity presentations for elementary age children. If you are interested in learning about how Life Choices Education Program can partner with your church, contact Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 303.651.2050 ext. 109.
The Education Program includes a unique feature, the Teen Advocates, volunteers who are high school students that are committed to avoiding the risks of being involved with sexual activity, alcohol, drugs, tobacco, and pornography. They supplement our classroom presentations by serving as positive peer role models to the middle school students. Our Teen Advocates (TA) participate in every middle school presentation we offer.
The TA Program is not like your typical youth group. It is an elite group of students who all share the same values. The TAs are committed to making a difference in the world they live in. They meet on the second Monday of each month during the school year to support, encourage, and hold each other accountable. Each year in September the TAs attend the fall retreat for the purpose of education, training, support and fellowship with one another. During the retreat they are instructed on what their role in the classroom or youth group is, and trained on how to answer student questions, run activities, and support the Education Presenter during presentations.
In order to become a Teen Advocate, students complete an application, go through the interview process, and sign the TA honor contract. If you would like more information on becoming a Teen Advocate contact Cristin at
Horizon High School Prospect Ridge Academy Weld RE-5J Roosevelt High School