Peer Educators are selected juniors and seniors who present lessons in Social Health Education to 4th and 5th graders and serve as advisory leaders in 9th and 10th grade homeroom advisories.
They answer questions about growing up, peer pressure, academic stressors,
and life in general as a high school student.
The Advisory Program is a unique program that brings upperclassmen mentors together
with underclassmen. The goal of the program is to create an open learning environment where
ultimately all students feel comfortable and supported. Peer Educators also run the Freshman Advisory Kickoff Day held each September.