High schoolers are forming mature relationships, achieving emotional independence from parents and actively shaping who they are and what they believe in. At this age, they are also building an ethical system that guides their behavior.
An effective SEL curriculum for high school considers these developmental needs and gives students opportunities to explore who they are and the impact they want to have on the world.
The five SEL competencies developed by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) are crucial to students’ learning and development.
The A Chance in the World curriculum for Grades 8–12 is based on the best-selling memoir by Steve Pemberton. Students use surveys and charts to examine their own cognitive and behavioral patterns and the issues that matter to them.
See how A Chance in The World SEL curriculum can make positive change in your classroom.
HMH Into Literature helps students in Grades 6–12 grow into tomorrow’s leaders with ELA instruction that integrates SEL competencies like self-awareness and relationship building.
Into AGA’s embedded growth mindset tasks and explicit SEL instruction help students in Grades 8–12 build the productive perseverance they need to transform math fear into math enthusiasm.
HMH Social Studies incorporates SEL into the 6–12 curriculum with document-based investigations and essential questions that prepare students for college, career, and civic life.
English 3D gives students in Grades 4–12 the opportunity to explore themes relevant to their lives, such as bullying, belonging, identity, valuing one’s heritage, and overcoming adversity.
Discover how our programs incorporate social-emotional learning for high school students to help them thrive personally and academically.