About Us


To help elementary, middle and high school students to prosper in their lives by making positive choices and developing good character.


Young Champions classes are held weekly during regular school hours. Students attend group classes in their respective schools. Classes are divided by age and sex to provide a comfortable environment for learning. The Young Champions program specializes in working with at-risk students.

Students will learn the importance of:

  • Developing strong communication skills 
  • Making positive choices when faced with peer pressure 
  • Achieving academic success 
  • Building healthy interpersonal relationships


The Young Champions program uses the Behavior 100 curriculum.

Behavior 100 Curriculum Objectives:

  1. Enrich reflective comprehension and critical thinking abilities in learners.
  2. Provide learners with interpersonal devices that exposes the truth and consequences of life situations, training learners to respond and problem solve healthily.
  3. Equip students with confidence and clarity to navigate through life.
  4. Cultivate the exploratory genius of each learner in reading and creative writing.
  5. Use cultural navigational tools to assist learners as they reflect on and respond to bullying, violence, drug dealers, and gang-bangers.
  6. Foster a sense of self-worth that is not preoccupied by others but is self-actualized by the learner.
  7. Prepare students in the Aristotelian method of engagement.
  8. Instruct learners through the power and persuasiveness of visuals and teach them how they can healthily use the power of visuals for thinking and comprehension.
  9. Give learners a societal, cultural, spiritual, and historical context in which to understand their value to the global community.
  10. Articulate the importance of higher education and ensure students understand the benefits of reading and critical thinking.
  11. Explain to learners the facets of the judicial system through our I-MICE and R3+R curriculum components.
  12. Instruct students in peace therapy, and provide students with constructive methods to incorporate and solicit peace.
  13. Educate learners on the pitfalls of drug dealing, gang allegiances, bullying, and domestic violence through the use of visual tools.
  14. Encourage imaginative, innovative, and inspiring dialogue between learners and their peers.
  15. Stimulate artistic development in learners with B100 skits, plays, art, and role-playing devices.
  16. Foster altruistic and auspicious character traits in students with maladaptive behavior through I-MICE images, illustrated novels, relational poetry, and short love stories.
  17. Use I-MICE reality novels to spark the motivation to read in those who otherwise lack such motivation. Encourage a lifelong framework of reading which will impact and improve the learner's intra/interpersonal skills.
  18. Make available to learners a plethora of R3+R stories.
  19. Use Life poems, TRUTH skits, and I-MICE images to bring about positive and lasting residual affects on the learners’ behavior.