Souhegan High School’s
Ethics Forum is a student-run extra-curricular program that is committed to changing the way society views leadership, student voice, and education. Over the past twelve years, we have hosted numerous leadership events and conferences to empower students and share our vision with others. With the help of over 80 local high schools and colleges in the New England area, we have been able to spread our message that the youth has valuable ideas on how to create a more ethical world.
We are known for hosting and participating in a wide range of local, state, and regional events including the HYPE (Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts) Conference, HYPE mini conferences, mentoring in elementary schools, provide much needed resources for education by working with End 68 Hours of Hunger, training and consulting other student leadership groups across the state, and we work with local charities such as the Hope For Gus Foundation and Claws For A Cause. Our involvement in these projects is a direct result of our dedication to the Ethics Forum's vision.
Ethics Forum Events
We look forward to continuing our collaborative work with high schools, universities, and community institutions to plan events that highlight and practice the importance of strong ethical leadership. To learn more about what Ethics has already accomplished and what future plans may be, use our Other Events Page!