• peer helpers

    The Peer Helper Program at Spanish Fort High School is comprised of 9th - 12th graders who aim to support, mentor, and assist fellow peers with a variety of academic, social-emotional, behavioral, familial, and societal concerns. Peer Helpers are selected each academic year based on an application process that evaluates Peer Helping core beliefs: integrity, service, and excellence. Selected students participate in training, school and community events, awareness campaigns, and more!

    We are no longer accepting applications for the 2024-25 school year. Selections will be announced and posted on the school website and SFHS social media platforms. 

    Mandatory training will be held on Wednesday, August 7, 2024, at SFHS. Pick one of the two training sessions to attend: 9-11 a.m. OR 1-3 p.m.

    *If you have taken the Peer Helpers class at SFHS, please plan to assist with facilitation of the training. 

    For additional information, please contact sponsors Lilly Casolaro (lcasolaro@bcbe.org), Jenni Dismukes (jdismukes@bcbe.org) orJulie Thomasson (jthomasson@bcbe.org)

    Visit https://jennifermoorefoundation.com/ for further insight on the Peer Helper Program.

    Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @ Spanish Fort High School Peer Helpers.