Learning for Life

What is Learning for Life?

Learning for Life is a coeducational youth program for grades K-12, focusing on character development an career education. Learning for Life is designed to support schools and other youth-serving organizations in their efforts toward preparing youth to successfully handle the complexities of today’s society and to enhance their self-confidence, motivation and self-worth. Learning for Life also helps youth develop social and life skills, assists in character development and helps them formulate positive personal values. It prepares youth to make ethical decisions that will help them achieve their full potential. Learning for Life enhances teacher capacity and increases youth learning!

Nationwide, school demand for character education programs has greatly influenced the dramatic growth of Learning for Life. Learning for Life has become a program for education with more than 20,000 schools and organizations nationwide serving more than 1.4 million youth.

Learning for Life makes academic learning fun and relevant to real-life situations. It helps youth reach beyond themselves by placing them in situations that help them to understand and act constructively. As a result, the values and skills learned by participating in Learning for Life not only make youth more confident and capable, but give them an invaluable understanding of how things work in the real world.

Learning for Life programs use curriculum for grade Early Childhood-12, as well as a component for Special Needs.

  • Seekers (Early Childhood-Grade 2)
  • Discoverers (grades 3 and 4)
  • Challengers (grades 5-6)
  • Champions (special needs)
  • Builders (7th and 8th Grade)
  • Navigators (High school grades)