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Real teens

You don't have to take our word for anything. We have asked real teens to step up and share what they know about some tough subjects.


Some of these real teens are leaders. Some will tell you what it's like to be a parent when you are still young enough to be in high school. And others are going to tell you what it's like to be incarcerated, serving a sentence for armed robbery, sexual assault, or murder.

Teens as leaders

They are leaders at school and in their communities. Find out what the qualilties are that make a leader, and how you can be a leader, too.

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Real teen parents

Teen parents tell their stories, from the day they found out they were going to be parents to their outlook on the future.

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Teens face consequences

Teen offenders doing time in youth facilities tell you what it's like and how they got there. These are real teens paying real consequences.

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"I knew there would be consequences for what I was doing, but at that point in time, I wasn't thinking about that."

video icon Derrick:
"When you get locked up, it's no joke."

video icon Priscilla:
"I didn't really think I'd get caught. I was having fun."

Real teens

Teens as leaders
Teens as parents
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