High Needs School Application
Each year Superstar has two slots open for “high needs” schools. Your school may qualify for up to 50% discount on the classes.

-The criteria for high needs are:
-A large percentage of the student population is on subsidized school lunches.
-Primarily serves youth of color, a population more impacted by health disparities cause by social inequities.
-Never has had a professional puberty/health education program
-Teachers have not been trained to teach puberty education

If your school meets these criteria, we offer up to half off the program.

If you qualify to get services at the discounted rate you are eligible for two years. You also agree to continue to provide classes at the full rate starting in the third year for a period of at least two years. Many school begin fundraising and budget advocacy work as soon as they have been accepted into our high needs program.

We also want to remind our school that sexuality education teachers also experience lower average wages in San Francisco. We encourage schools who get the discount to pay as much as they can.

Please let us know if you meet these criteria by submitting your demographic information and suggesting a rate for classes that your school could afford.

Name of School
Your answer
What grade level students need the program and how many classes need to be served?
Your answer
How many times have you applied for the program?
If you received a discount in the past what have you done to raise funds for this year?
Your answer
Tell us how you think your school will benefit from Superstar Health Education's Program.
Your answer
What percentage of students are on a subsidized lunch program?
Your answer
Tell us about the demographic make-up of your school and your students' particular needs. Our program is designed to serve primarily youth of color, and other populations often more impacted by health disparities caused by historic social inequities.
Your answer
Has your school had a professional health education or puberty education program?
Your answer
Have your teachers been trained to teach health or puberty education? If yes, what were the titles of the trainings and what years were they trained?
Your answer
If you qualify to get services at the discounted rate you are eligible for two years. You then agree to continue to provide classes at the full rate starting in the third year for a period of at least two years. Do you agree to find full funding for these educational services starting in year three?
The usual cost for our program is $1000 per class for 4 hours of class time. What discount would you need to bring the program to your school?
We want to remind you that sexuality education teachers also experience lower average wages in San Francisco. We encourage schools who get the discount to pay as much as they can.
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