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What is Girls’ LEAP?

Girls’ LEAP is a self-defense and safety program that helps girls and nonbinary youth learn how to respond to a variety of unsafe situations – from peer pressure, arguments and saying no to friends, to how to escape from a situation where someone wants to hurt you.

Who teaches Girls’ LEAP?

Every class is led by a Girls’ LEAP-certified adult female teacher. Students from nearby colleges and high schools are assistant teachers. Every staff member trains with Girls’ LEAP for at least thirty hours before teaching.

Is it safe for my child to learn self-defense?

Girls’ LEAP takes your child's safety very seriously. Before learning skills that could hurt an attacker, all participants must agree to The “Girls’ LEAP’s Promise”: they will only use their self-defense skills in serious situations, and if they do have to use them, they will talk about it with an adult they trust.


At end of the program, Girls’ LEAP gives each student a survey with questions about their experience in the Girls’ LEAP program. The results are used to make Girls’ LEAP a better program. All information will be kept confidential and their full names will not be used in any publications of LEAP Self-Defense, Inc.
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Thank you for your interest in Girls' LEAP! The following forms should be filled out by the legal guardian. The information helps LEAP Self-Defense as we plan for your child’s program. The information is for internal use only. Your information will not be shared with a third party.
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