1-Week Online Health Course


Ensure your child is ready. 

Prepare them and yourself with the peace of mind that they'll understand how to naviagte puberty and youth health topics. Our 1-week online course options are ideal for incoming 4-6th graders, 7-9th graders, and 10th-12th graders. 

In an environment where many schools lack robust health curriculums, we're providing a fun, engaging, and effective learning option.



  • 5 Live Online Zoom Classes (Verified Content by Health Experts)
  • Puberry Kit
  • PDF with Class Materials for Students
  • PDF with Discussion Topics & Curriculum Overview for Parents
  • Unlimited Access to the Puberry App (Web & Mobile), typically $13.99/month
  • Safe Environment to Learn & Ask Questions in a Small Group Setting
  • Supplemental Resources for Additional Independent Learning

Content By Grade:

  • 4th-6th Grade -> Personal Hygiene, Mental Health, Puberty (including hormones, reproductive anatomy and menstrual health)
  • 7th-9th Grade -> Puberty & Reproductive Health (sex-education), Substance Abuse, Personal Safety, Mental Health
  • 10th-12th Grade -> Sexual Health, Disease Prevention, Substance Abuse & Personal Safety, Mental Health


  • Live Online Zoom Classes
  • 5 Classes 
  • 1.5hr Class Per Day (Monday - Friday)
  • Gamified & Discussion Based Lessons
  • Capped at 10 Students per Class

Who is it for?

  • Anyone (4th-12th grade) that wants to learn more and feel prepared about their health as they go through puberty and adolescence


The US Health Curriculum is inconsistent, and sometimes even non-existent depending on state, school district, and school. We are bridging the gap in health education via a fun, interactive learning environment!

88% of students surveyed in both public and private schools stated they were uncomfortable when it came to the topic of learning and talking about puberty. 

95% stated they would never ask their questions to teachers or parents, but rather consult Google, peers, and social media.

100% of current students and adults interviewed stated that their puberty experience and learning about health as a youth was NEGATIVE. 



We are happy to support!