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Established in 2004, Student 2 Student® (S2S™) is a high school level student program that brings military and civilian students together to welcome new students, create a positive environment, support academic excellence, and ease transitions.

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Established in 2006, our Junior Student 2 Student® (JS2S™) program, designed with the middle school student in mind, provides all that the high school teams do, but on an age appropriate level.

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 Established in 2014, elementary Student 2 Student™ (eS2S™) is designed to increase awareness of and address school transitions affecting mobile elementary school students through a faculty-led and student-engaged

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Frances Hesselbein

Established in 2005, France Hessleben Student Leadership Program (FHSLP) is a highly selective leader development workshop for exemplary S2S students. This week-long experience is conducted in partnership with the US Military Academy in West Point, New York and US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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