Explore the engaging programs CLIMB Theatre offers for high school students.
Step Up, Stand Out
With the interaction of a class and the spectacle of a play, these smaller assemblies use role-playing, discussion, and scenes to teach students how to be everyday leaders and stand up for themselves and their classmates.
Substance Abuse Prevention Classes
CLIMB’s engaging classes help students think about avoiding substance abuse in new, personal ways. Without cliches or preaching, these classes give students the tools they need to analyze their own risk-taking behavior and say no to drugs.
Feeling History: African Americans’ Reach for Equality
Through innovative interactive theatre techniques, such as monologues, scenes, slides, music, sound, and pointed interaction, Feeling History helps audience members understand– intellectually and emotionally–America’s legacy of institutional and individual racism.
Bullying Prevention Classes
Bullying isn’t a rite of passage. It can have lasting emotional, physical, and psychological consequences. CLIMB’s anti-bullying classes are down-to-earth, engaging, and practical–and help high school students know what to do when they see it happening.
What If? Classes
High school students are confronted with difficult social challenges every day. CLIMB’s What If? classes create a safe, creative space where high school students have the chance to explore their own questions and test their own solutions.