Check out the award winners of this year’s showcase in the video below! Scroll down to watch all of the submissions.
Thank you for showing up to support these teams! We received hundreds of votes and it was a close call. Congratulations to the winners, who will be supported to make their project come to life on their campuses and communities. We can’t wait to follow along on your journey.
Watch the full 2022 Showcase event!
Project Health teams came together virtually from all over the country to share their ideas!
Watch the Individual Projects Below
You can also click
here to watch the full playlist of projects on YouTube!
Spreading Awareness of Mental & Physical Health Sharpstown High School
Community Health Resource Map Sharpstown High School
Improving the Mental Health of Teens through Social Media Healthy Teens Manatee
Aromatherapy Gardens Welch Middle School
Ending Violence Albany Leadership Charter School
Team Resilience Kipp Dubois Collegiate Academy
Food Waste Prevention Upland JR Middle School
Health Festival Welch Middle School
Increasing Physical Fitness Hope Through Housing
Promoting Community Health through TikTok Jack Yates High School
School Garden & the Benefits Heard Middle School
Informing Mental Health Team Mind Madness
Streetlights for Houstonians Wheatley High School
Getting Social with Mental Health Gila River Youth Club
Implementing Sidewalks in Our Community Salt River Boys and Girls Club
Period Products Bronx Theatre High School
Improving School Lunches International School for Liberal Arts
Blooming with Memories Marietta High School
Communicating with Students Newcastle High School
Helping the Homeless as Students International School for Liberal Arts
Organizing an Environmental Clean-Up Evan Edward Worthing Early College High School
Sleep Deprivation in High School Teenagers TMHH Virtual Club
Garden Canopy G-Star School of the Arts
How to Have Self-Confidence Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Secondary School for Arts and Technology
Be Apart of the Change within Your School Lunch System! Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Secondary School for Arts and Technology
Fresh Fridays Rio Mesa High School
Sexual Assault Awareness Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Secondary School for Arts and Technology
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