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Because of YOU...

Your support makes it possible for Westerville Education Challenge to bring uplifting programs like Challenge DayPRIDE, and the Middle School Culture Summit to all of our students.

Challenge Day

November 12-13 (WCHS) November 14 (WNHS) November 15 (WSHS)

An experiential anti-bullying program that offers schools an opportunity to ignite a shift towards greater school contentedness, empathy, and inclusion using a variety of small and large group activities to inspire a school-wide movement of positive change.

 

What is Westerville Education Challenge? 

Westerville Education Challenge is a non-profit charitable organization run entirely by community volunteers. Since 2009 WEC has contributed over $100,000 to Westerville City Schools for initiatives that support our students’ social and emotional well-being and character education.

Our efforts make an impact!

  • Over 6000 high schools students have participated in annual Challenge Day workshops

  • Over 3000 middle school students have experienced the PRIDE program and attended the Middle School Culture Summit

  • Hundreds of adult community volunteers have walked alongside students as mentors and guides

Thank you!

Your support enables us to fulfill our mission.

Visit our Sponsors page for a complete list of our generous partners.

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Middle School Culture Summit

September 5 (WSMS) - September 6 (BMS) September 11 (GMS) - September 12 (HMS) 

All day summit provided for every girl in each of our Westerville middle schools.  This empowerment program offered by The “Amazing” Tei Street and her team of facilitators will assist the girls in exploring their individual and collective responsibility in building healthy, strong school cultures.

PRIDE

August 24

An initiative focused on character education programming at the middle school level.