#No2Drugs is a 60 minute drug prevention school presentation. 

Jacob shares his journey from drug addiction to a successful life.

He is able to use this as an opportunity to coach students to anticipate these moments 

and to positively deal with them in a way that will grow their confidence.

There is a focus on choices and their consequences, with particular focus on the friends we choose.

 

Testimonials

“I thought drugs were cool and I had planned to experiment with them. After hearing your talk I won’t take the risk.” 

Kade - Year Ten Student

 

“You held their attention for the whole session, we could have heard a pin drop! It wasn’t just the kids who learned something today; we (teachers) learned a lot too. Thank you.”

Ms Green - Year Nine Teacher

 

"Thank you so much for coming to our school. You really got through to them. I loved the way you showed the importance of choices, especially the friends they choose... I'm looking forward to having you back next year."

Jarrod - School Nurse

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Schools Jacob has Presented to*

Alta-1 College

Armadale Senior High School

Balcatta Senior High School

Ballajura Community College

Canning Vale College

Cunderdin District High School

Eastern Hills Senior High School

Ellenbrook Christian College

Emmanuel Catholic College

Esperance Senior High School

Guilford Grammar School

John XXIII College

Kennedy Baptist College

Kingsway Christian College

Leeming Senior High School

Mindarie Senior College

Morely Senior High School

Narrogin Residentual College

Narrogin Senior High School

Peter Moyes Anglican Community School

Ravensthorpe District High School

Rehoboth Christian College

St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls

Swan Christian College

Wagin District High School

Warwick Senior High School

Willeton Senior High School

Wongatha CAPS

Woodvale Secondary College

 

*This list of secondary schools is not comprehensive and has been limitted for space.

Jacob has also visited many primary schools.