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"On behalf of Hendersonville High School I would like
to thank you and the members of the Powerhouse team
for the assembly program you presented at our school. Your
message was powerful and I am continuing to hear comments
from faculty and students."
Powerhouse delivers a wonderful message in a format that students appreciate. We are fortunate that KDMS is a regular stop for this program. We highly recommend Powerhouse visiting your school.
Mike Brown, principal
Knox Doss Middle School
- What would happen in the United States if every Middle School student found direction for their future?
- What if they had a platform of support that was available to them 24 hours a day?
- What if HOPE replaced dispair and they became aware of their potential?
- What if there was a strategy that had no fee to the student and no limits on their location?
- What if you could be a part of the solution and see our country change?
The Powerhouse Youth Project impacts schools with powerful assemblies that challenge students to take control of their choices. We have the first HIGH TECH/HIGH TOUCH platform to impact Middle School students across the United States. Contact us to find out how to bring this strategy to your city.
The Powerhouse Youth Project is a 501c3 non-profit organization that exists to serve the student population between the ages of 11 and 18. We believe in the Power of Choice and we believe in meeting the NEEDS of students. Powerhouse is leading the way with creative communication strategies to deliver a message of Change and Hope to the total student population.
Powerhouse Youth Project
242 W Main Street #281
Hendersonville, TN 37075
Click here to make a tax deductible donation to The Powerhouse Youth Project, 501c3 non-profit organization.
"I would like to say thank you. I'm not on drugs or alcohol, but I was going to take my own life when I got home from school today. Then during the assembly, I saw it would not be better for everyone without me. I realized my life was just in a small phase I could get through...now I am home smiling."
Laraye, Middle School student
"My name is Kari and I am a student at Beech High School. I wanted to say that what you said today was awesome. We have been told many times to not use drugs, but the way you presented it, really put it into perspective. What you said was inspiring and makes you think."
Beech High School