In 2014, Isaiah Drone III decided to volunteer with different school-based and religious-based organizations weekly, where he taught leadership and civic engagement. The students were eager to learn from him and spread the information they learned to family and friends.
If your student qualifies for our virtual-campus tutoring, you may schedule them for our daily sessions during school hours and summer virtual camp. If you would like your student to take advantage of this opportunity, please respond via email or application. Follow the instructions listed below.
I would gladly recommend the 100 & Beyond Program to any parent. Thank you, Mr. Drone for allowing GOD to use you to be another support system for my son and other young men in Dallas, Texas.
Mrs. Mapplelean Calico
I have personally mentored and trained hundreds of males and females, and they have gone off to become great citizens instilled with integrity and moral courage. My team and I pride ourselves on serving our community in inconsistency and integrity.
100 & Beyond School Program provides students with positive experiences that will influence courage, kindness, selflessness, love, sacrifice, wisdom, happiness, and determination. Remembering these experiences will help to remind these adolescents that they have the potential to be good.
Programs and practitioners seek to empathize with, educate, and engage children in productive activities. Though the field is still growing, PYD has been used across the world to address social divisions, such as gender and ethnic differences.
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Our research team has studied adolescent development for the last 10 years. We have utilized Positive Youth Development (PYD) strategies to dynamically co-create character and identity with male adolescents through motivation, self-regulation, and measurable performance outcomes when socioeconomically disadvantaged students successfully complete the 100 & Beyond School Program. PYD has its origins in the field of prevention, evolving from a single-problem prevention context, such as reducing substance abuse or juvenile delinquency, to an expansive resiliency-focused strategy promoting positive asset building.
To teach resilience strategies which build upon, but is not limited to, factors of family support and monitoring, caring adult role models, positive peer groups, developing a strong sense of self, enhancing self-esteem, supporting future aspirations, and meaningful engagement in school and community activities.
Engage with At-Risk Youth. Focus on Leadership Principles. Actively Engage. Actively Listen. Support Creativity. Encourage Networking. Encourage Mentorship.