Teenaged for Girls – April Public Class
April 7 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm$100.00 – $150.00
Sex education that prepares teens to make responsible decisions regarding their sexuality to keep them safe and healthy.
Promoting conversations that empower teens to make healthy choices about relationships and sexuality. Teenaged was created to help teens to make responsible decisions that will keep them safe and informed by providing them with accurate and age-appropriate sex education that is tailored to teach to the whole person. This class is designed to help teens to understand:
- How to confidently get out of awkward or uncomfortable situations
- Social media
- Differences between how girls and boys view sexuality and feelings
- Sexual relationships
- Teen pregnancy
- Respect in relationships
The goal of this education is to inform teens about subjects not often spoken about and to help them reduce their risk of sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancy if they do choose to engage in a sexual relationship. Teens will be given information/recommendations on the value of abstinence while also preparing them for when they do choose to engage in sexual activity so they will have the tools they need to be safe and responsible. As with all courses taught by The Rites of Passage, Teenaged encourages family communication about sexuality between parent and child. Part of this class is taught with parents present and part is taught to the teen without parents. Boys and girls groups taught separately. Open and honest discussion encouraged.
This class is medically accurate and does not promote religion or opinions. Lessons include all sexual orientations and gender identities and provide teens with the tools to make informed decisions and build healthy relationships.
Ages 13-16 years, one 3 hour class – 2 hours with parent, 1 hour without parent
Tuesday, April 7th ~ 5:30 – 8:30pm
*Class is subject to cancellation up to 1 week prior, as minimum enrollment (5 couples) must be met so PLEASE REGISTER EARLY!