An at-risk youth is one who is less likely to transition into adulthood successfully. Success is frequently defined as the ability to avoid crime, achieve academic success, and become financially independent.

Did you know?
Almost half of all middle school students in the Dallas area (approximately 75,000 students) are considered “at-risk.” This means that these students are more likely to experience academic difficulties, leave home, and commit crimes or abuse alcohol and drugs. source-

Here at Street Jitsu your child will train with positive peers that are drug-free and will teach them the value of friendship, hard work, honesty and commitment.