School Programs

We have created proactive, experiential and innovative programs working directly with girls in their classrooms, teams, student council, peer-mediators and clubs. We have designed these programs for girls in elementary, middle and high schools. We believe girls need a safe place to work through friendship issues and to learn effective leadership skills so they can be focused and happier students.


St. Louis area schools that have used our services:

  • Ursuline Academy
  • St. Joseph’s Academy
  • Visitation Academy
  • Incarnate Word
  • Kennedy High School
  • Oakhill Academy
  • The Fulton School@ St. Albans
  • Forsyth School
  • Rossman School
  • Rohan Woods School
  • The Wilson School
  • Chesterfield Montessori School
  • The College School
  • Academy of the Sacred Heart
  • Immaculate Conception
  • Chesterfield Day School
  • Andrews Academy
  • Rockwood School District
  • Parkway School District
  • Ladue School District
  • Mehlville School District
  • Thomas Jefferson Academy- Joplin


I feel so fortunate to have you working with our students. We have heard great praise from both teachers and parents as well as from the 4th grade class of girls you are working with this year. 

We appreciate you and this outstanding program.”

~ Joan Oakley, Assistant Superintendent, Ladue School District

My students recently completed the SGSW program with Tim and Anne Jordan. The girls and I were so impressed with their compassion, and particularly their understanding of the issues facing young girls. The girls were pleasantly surprised that Tim was so aware of how the girls’ experiences are unique, and that he made each girl feel so safe and confident in expressing herself. They provided us with excellent tools to help the girls handle conflict, build trust, and resolve differences. We are so grateful for the opportunity to work with the Jordans and I strongly recommend this program for girls.”
~ Bridget Nations, Teacher at Chesterfield Montessori School

Your non-judgmental acceptance and understanding promoted trust. You touched them and they listened. You showed them strategies to bridge their differences and they responded. Thank you so much for the beautiful day you spent with our Grade Five female students.”
~ Anne Reinholdt, Teacher at Forsyth School

The forethought and flexibility underlying the two day retreat proved quite successful. Dr. Jordan and his staff crafted a program wherein the children reflect on the ways that they treat each other and the ramifications those actions have on peers.”
~ Matthew Virgil, Director at Rossman School