High School Family Engagement is Here!
Give families the tools to provide the support their teens need.
Research shows that family engagement in high school improves:
- Attendance and investment in academics
- Life satisfaction and healthy behavior
- High school completion
- Enrollment in college and career programs
- Future aspirations and career clarity
However, many families feel less connected to school and less confident in their ability to support their children’s learning.
Which is why ParentPowered is bringing our proven family engagement solution to high school.
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Explore the Curriculum
Parents and caregivers report feeling unsure about what their involvement should look like in high school.
ParentPowered removes that doubt with research backed, actionable insights that any family can use.
Each week we reach parents with evidence-based tips and activities for helping their high schoolers build strong academic skills, form healthy relationships, make positive decisions and prepare to launch into adulthood. And parents also get tips for navigating the complexities of high school engagement and their child's amazing adolescent development.
Academics & Lifelong Learning
- Universal Skills
- Academic Socialization
- Growth Mindset
- Sense-of-Self and Self-Advocacy
- Self-Directed Learning
- Study Skills
Well Being & Life Skills
- Independence and Executive Function
- Financial Literacy
- Relationships and Community
- Healthy Technology Habits
- Reflective Choices and Decision-Making
- Mental Health and Resilience
College & Career Readiness
- Career exploration
- Aspirations and Goal Setting
- Education/ Training research
- Planning and Preparing
- Implementing (deadlines, applications)
Home School Partnerships
- Graduation Requirements
Approaches to Parenting
- Knowledge of Adolescent Growth & Development
- Reflective Practices
- Mindsets & Modeling
- Developmentally Responsive Support
“Parents need more support in knowing how to slowly release control in a way that their eye is still on their child BUT in developmentally appropriate ways.”
- High School Family Engagement Research Participant