Positive Prevention PLUS

Sexual and mental health education for America's youth

Curriculum Overview

Positive Prevention PLUS curriculum materials are evidence-based instruction in Comprehensive Sexual Health Education and Teen Pregnancy Prevention. All materials are aligned with National Health Education Standards (NHES), and the National Sexuality Education Standards (NSES) and in full compliance with California Education Code including California Healthy Youth Act (CHYA).

What We Offer

Positive Prevention PLUS curriculum is written by teachers, for teachers in compliance with the updated California Education Code including the “California Healthy Youth Act” (AB 329) and “Sexual Harassment and Violence Instruction“ (SB 695), and the National Health Education Standards (NHES). Each edition features engaging and easy-to-follow semi-scripted lessons and teacher support materials. Your curriculum will arrive shrink-wrapped and three-hole-punched including lesson dividers and sample Student Workbook, and includes a three-ring binder.
  • Pre and Post Tests
  • Lesson Wrap-Ups
  • Semi scripted lessons with marginal notes to teachers
  • Masters for Student Activity Cards
  • Parent materials in Spanish and English
  • Worksheets to be completed with a parent or trusted adult
  • Instructional strategies aligned with Social Emotional Learning (SEL) strategies 
  • Online support materials with teacher’s lesson slides and parent materials
  • Student workbooks in Spanish and English (available for purchase separately)

Our Curriculum at a Glance

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Sexual Health Education Curriculum

Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) and The Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program

In September 2010, the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools was awarded a five year Tier II grant by the federal Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) to study the efficacy of the Positive Prevention PLUS curricula in impacting key sexual behaviors, attitudes, behavioral intention and self-efficacy among a diverse population of 3,000 high school students in Southern California. Final peer-reviewed findings published in 2016 demonstrate a statistically-significant delay in the onset of sexual activity, plus statistically-significant increases in student-parent communication around sexual health issues. Information about the OAH TPP Program and the evaluation findings, including reports, fact sheet, and info graphics are found on the https://opa.hhs.gov/ website and can be accessed by clicking here.

You can view the summary research findings here.

For further information and updates regarding this research, please contact:

Robert LaChausse, Ph.D., Chair
Department of Health Sciences
California Baptist University


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OPA Grant Resources


Last Year We Reached

Over 32 years

of curriculum