ESTEEM Reviews

Beckville ISD

Just wanted to let you know that we think this program is a really good program. We started doing this program at our school 5 years ago. At that time we were having 2-3 pregnancies a year in our middle school and high school combined. Since then we have only had 1 pregnancy in 5 years that we have done this program… Read More.
-Melissa Anderson, RN & Carolyn Lynn, RN

Gilmer ISD

I believe the JH grades are the most vulnerable times for students. This is a time when the students are wanting to make grown up decisions without grown up experiences and judgment. Risky behavior can be curbed with the appropriate type of education and by giving students the knowledge that not every student does or participates in all the activities they may say they do.
-Dr. Bobby Rice

Henderson ISD

I believe that Middle School grades 6th, 7th & 8th are the most important grades for the Esteem program to be delivered. Of course, since I work with these grades, I naturally have a stake in the success of the program. The middle school years can be the toughest years in a child’s life. They are changing from children to young adults… Read More.
-Lori Vinson

Marshall ISD

The ESTEEM Curriculum teaches young people they have a choice and do not have to give into peer pressure! The ESTEEM Program provides students with the skills and resources to help them make informed and responsible decisions. We have a lot of choices in life. We must take an active role in teaching young people to avoid risky behaviors… Read More.
-Rhonda Kilgore

Chapel Hill (near Mt Pleasant) started in 2014

Schools with ESTEEM

  • Avery
  • Archer City
  • Beckville ISD
  • Bowie ISD
  • Chapel Hill
  • Clarksville
  • Clyde ISD
  • Cumby ISD
  • Diboll ISD
  • Eula
  • Elysian Fields
  • Fredericksburg
  • Garrison
  • Gilmer ISD
  • Gladewater
  • Harleton
  • Harts Bluff
  • Iola ISD
  • Jefferson ISD
  • Karnack
  • Kilgore ISD
  • Leon
  • Linden-Kildare
  • Liberty Eylau
  • Livingston ISD
  • Longview ISD
  • Madisonville
  • Marshall ISD
  • McLeod
  • Mt. Vernon
  • Nazareth
  • New Diana
  • Overton
  • Palestine
  • Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD
  • Pewitt ISD
  • Pine Tree
  • Prairie Valley
  • Queen City
  • Red Lick
  • Red Water
  • Rusk ISD
  • Saltillo
  • Sanger ISD
  • Seagraves
  • Springhill ISD
  • Sulphur Springs
  • Sweetwater ISD
  • Texarkana
  • Tyler ISD
  • Tyler
  • Union Grove

Many other districts in Texas are in the approval process and will be added to this list as the school board approves the program.