Peer to Peer Education

The high school years are a time of growth and change. We grow physically, mentally, and emotionally. We will ask questions, meet new challenges, seek answers, make mistakes, and hopefully learn to take full responsibility for our choices. Research shows that a teen’s peer group has a great influence on the way he or she behaves. This is true of both risky and safe behavior. Peer-to-peer education makes use of peer influence in a positive way. Our goal is to provide our peers with the support and information they need to navigate their high school years in the best way possible

Peer to Peer Education consists of six programs. Please click on the links below to learn more about each program:
Reality Check
Link Crew
PAWS (Providing Awareness for Wildcat Students)
UP (Unconditionally Positive)
Cats to Cats
COSA (Coalition of Student Advocates) 

Students who participate in these programs grow as ethical leaders who are positive role models for their peers. In each program, students provide guidance for their peers to better understand high school and contribute to the positive culture of LGHS.

If you have any questions about the Peer to Peer Education please contact

Mariana Cozzella
[email protected]
(408) 354-2730 x237