School Programs

Kids spend a lot of time in school — and so do we!
Our assignment: Making sure kids get healthy food, the right
exercise and safe school routes.

Saving lives at any age

Jump Rope For Heart and Hoops For Heart are fun events that get kids' hearts pumping. At the same time, generous support helps the American Heart Association pump funds into lifesaving research.

We're throwing it back to the golden age of playground games with The Great RePlay. This field day for middle school students helps them leap into physical activity and heart-healthy living.

High schoolers who love a challenge will go the head of the class by raising awareness about fitness, nutrition, CPR activities and raise lifesaving funds.

Engage your employees in a program that shows how small actions can lead to healthy choices for a lifetime.

FEWER THAN HALF OF ALL CHILDREN ARE GETTING THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY THEY NEED TO BE HEALTHY.

Among kids 6 to 11, only about half of boys and one-third of girls get the recommended 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity a day.

Cook healthier and move more, and your kids will excel where it matters most — their heart health. Check out our simple tips and resources for making healthy living part of your family curriculum.

Meet our heart heroes and learn about their inspiring stories.