Students succeed when they see school as relevant
The Success Highways standards-aligned resiliency curriculum is designed for grades 6-10 and available in English and Spanish. For students who are successful academically, the curriculum can strengthen resiliency skills that will be put to the test as they attempt more complex and rigorous curriculum. For those students who are struggling, this curriculum offers new hope by addressing the previously hidden obstacles to their success. Longitudinal studies have shown that the Success Highways curriculum:
In efficacy studies of over 7,000 students in major school districts, students who used Success Highways improved across multiple measures:
Using the curriculum, teachers also reported significant improvements in behavior, engagement, confidence, perseverance, and college and career readiness.
The curriculum consists of fifteen, 45-minute multidisciplinary lessons covering the six critical areas of resiliency. As part of the curriculum, students are provided with their individual resiliency reports, generated from the Success Highways resiliency assessment. Throughout the lessons, students analyze and reflect on their own resiliency data, a critical step in social and emotional growth. Highlights of the Success Highways curriculum include:
Every lesson includes extension activities to help students continue to build their resiliency skills. Teachers can also leverage extensions to provide Tier 2 interventions. For example, smaller groups of students can meet with counselors for extension lessons that optimize the regular lessons they receive in the larger Tier 1 group. Extension activities include:
- Multimedia resources
- Discussion starters
- Linking school and home
- Quotes for discussion
- School-wide connections
One-page guide with tips for teachers using the Success Highways curriculum to ensure pest practices when facilitating lessons.