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The SKYE Project helps teens take charge of their health and overall well-being

Avoidance of sexually transmitted infections, HIV, and unplanned pregnancy

Opportunities to take on leadership roles at school and in the community

Financial support and other assistance for school fees, supplies, job readiness, college planning, and more

Did you know?

Teens who participated in sex-ed programs generally get better grades and score higher on tests than teens who haven’t had sexual health education. They also graduate high school and attend college at higher rates.

What SKYE offers

Students who are a part of SKYE have access to a full menu of activities and resources to address a wide range of topics:

Making Proud Choices and Positive Prevention Plus

Multi-session courses with lots of interactivity, showing you how to reduce the health risks of sexual activity

Making Proud Choices
Positive Prevention Plus

Engaging Workshops

Single sessions that dig into leadership, advocacy, self-expression, and financial literacy

Learn More

Supportive Services

Access to school supplies, help with school club or sports fees, teen driver’s licenses, arranging college tours, finding behavioral health services, tutoring and more

SKYE Resource Directory

Where to go for teen-friendly health services, mental health treatment, contraceptive services, STI/HIV testing and treatment, job readiness programs, and other resources.
Check out the Resource Directory

Youth Voices Drive SKYE

We invite and encourage SKYE students to be part of the SKYE Council. It’s a great leadership opportunity where youth can provide input to ensure the programs and activities meet their needs.

What’s Your “PLAN A”

An entertaining and educational sexual health video for girls

See how three young women grapple with life-changing choices at life-defining moments. What would you do in their situations?

To bring SKYE into your school or community program:

Email us at or call us 770-520-7390


Reach out anytime.
We look forward to hearing from you!

The SKYE Project is supported by the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $2,827,824 with 100 percent funded by OPA/OASH/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by OPA/OASH/HHS, or the U.S. Government.

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