Wellness & Belonging is a program for tenth and eleventh graders. It begins by examining systems of oppression as they intersect with race, class, gender, and sexuality. Through mental health, physical health, and sexual health education, students learn more about themselves, each other, and the communities within which their identities exist. In eleventh grade, students consider a variety of historical movements as they pertain to disability justice, gender justice, queer justice, and racial justice while building their drive for social action and change. Throughout this course, students utilize different learning modalities such as case studies, activities, videos, and group discussions to build understanding of wellness as it exists within the self and the larger community.