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Perhaps your tweens and teens are in public school, and you're looking for an alternative sex ed curriculum.

Perhaps your tweens and teens are homeschooled, and you're looking for a science and faith-based curriculum.

Either way, you're in the right place!

The Missing Sex Ed Lessons are faith- and science-based courses that equip tweens & teens to delay sexual encounters so that they avoid STIs, crisis pregnancies, & challenging relationships. These online courses provide positive, empowering, pro-life sex education completed in the privacy of your own home.

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The Missing Sex Ed Lessons for Tweens
(Adolescents, Middle Schoolers)

Although the outline of The Missing Sex Ed Lessons is similar between the Tween course and the Teenager course, the tween course uses more common terms rather than technical (medical) terms and has fewer links to online resources. I will gladly provide parents with links, but I do not want to send your tweens to online searches.

Before enrolling in the course, your tween should know what sex is!

Parents use the course in various ways.

  • Watch the videos on your own for the latest in science (especially neuroscience) then teach your children on your own
  • Watch with your tween so that you hear the same thing at the same time
  • Watch at a different time than your tween

Students are encouraged to practice self-control (which is a Spiritual gift according to Galatians 5:22-23) as they wrestle with their new hormones.

Read the course outline and enroll here.

The Missing Sex Ed Lessons for Teenagers
(High School)

Sex ed is not once taught and done. We need to be reminded of the consequences of hooking up—social, medical, emotional, and spiritual.

The Missing Sex Ed Lessons uniquely teaches the neuroscience of sex, the ramifications of hormonal birth control on women's bodies, and the history of abortion in the U.S.

Although all vocabulary is explained, this course assumes your students will appreciate being addressed like adults and equipped with terminology so that they can have informed conversations with their doctors and their peers.

Students are encouraged to seek the gifts and talents that the Lord has given them without the distraction of social, medical, and emotional consequences of hooking up.

This course does provide links to resources, including books that provide additional perspective on social-emotional consequences (whereas the Tween course does not).

Read the course outline and enroll here.