"I have learned that a leader is truly defined by his or her compassion, resourcefulness, and ability to make things happen. I have learned to be this kind of a leader." - Bridgette, Leadership Challenge Graduate

Become More Adept At:

      • Time Management
      • Organization
      • Team Building
      • Public Speaking
      • Assessing Personal Strengths/Weaknesses
      • Interpersonal Communication
      • Goal Setting
      • Decision Making

Leadership Projects:

    • Peer Mentoring
    • Mentoring Through Drama
    • KidPOWER
    • Coalition Builders
    • "Kids going Places"
    • Elder Buddies
    • Click Here for a detailed listing of Student Leadership Projects


"Leadership Challenge gives you a chance to become a better leader and while doing so makes you a better person. I have become more prepared more confident and therefore have better self esteem than I did previously. Leadership Challenge has really affected my life for the better." - Sarah S., Leadership Challenge Graduate


What is the Leadership Challenge?

The Leadership Challenge consists of 45 hours of curriculum training that takes place affter the traditional school day, together with 10-15 hours of servant leadership with a variety of community organizations. Each participant comes away with valuable skills designed to serve them in future endeavors; skills such as organization, time management, public speaking, goal setting and constructive criticism. Leadership Challenge provides an opportunity for youth to look beyond their high school environment, opening their eyes to new avenues they might not otherwise have pursued.

Admittance into the Leadership Challenge Program is by nomination: parent, peer, self, faculty, and/or community leader.

Submit an application below for consideration.