The Office of Civic Education Initiatives is proud to offer
School-Based programs that extend the resources
expertise of Cleveland Clinic to the classroom.
Aligned with academic content standards, these interdisciplinary initiatives are designed to improve health and wellness, promote academic achievement, and foster career preparedness for students in grades pre-K through 12.
Through hands-on, authentic learning experiences, students develop the 21st
century skills they need to be successful not only today, but throughout their entire lives.
To learn more about the opportunities available to students through our School-Based programs, please scroll through the list of options below.
This interdisciplinary curriculum uses illustrated characters, poems, and songs to teach students in early elementary about health and nutrition.
This interactive curriculum uses creative group activities to teach elementary school students about the interconnectedness between the mind, body, and spirit.
This interdisciplinary line of programs utilizes peer-to-peer learning to immerse high school students in the creative exploration of science.