New for 2019-2020:

The Nobel Prize Nominated PeaceJam Program

As part of the revised program at Odyssey Heights School for Girls we will be implementing the PeaceJam program.

“PeaceJam is the only youth development programme led by 14 Nobel Peace Laureates. The PeaceJam Foundation has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and received the Man of Peace Award for its award-winning youth programming. PeaceJam also received the Outstanding Service-Learning Award for this innovative approach to engaging young people as change makers. …

With over 20 years of experience around the world, the PeaceJam Foundation is a leader in developing engaged, informed, and compassionate young leaders who are addressing the root cause of issues in their local and global communities - including bullying, ignorance, and injustice - to build friendships, collaboration, and acceptance.”

The PeaceJam program will be covered in 1 to 2 half-day seminars every month. A POGO (Project Or Going Out) Peace Week will give students the opportunity to both further their research and understanding, and to implement practical projects that improve the lives of others.

2014 TEDx Talk by PeaceJam about how PeaceJam started founders Dawn Engle and Ivan Suvanjieff

The PeaceJam Foundation is a one-of-a-kind organization founded by world peace leaders including The Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, and 12 other Nobel Peace Laureates inspiring everyday citizens and organizations to create solutions to issues in their own community. In this Talk, PeaceJam co-founder Dawn Engle discusses the non-profit's One Billion Acts of Peace campaign.

2017 Google Talk by PeaceJam founder Dawn Engle (above)


PeaceJam is a “self-contained” program that provides resources to schools to customize the program for their community. The very organized, and comprehensive curriculum resources allow teachers to focus on guiding their students through the material - instead of spending time on paperwork such as creating lesson plans, finding materials, and creating assessments. Click here to view a teacher sample of PeaceJam’s “Compassion in Action” for ages 12-17.