Building Better Men

Testimonials

What are Educators saying about the Building Better Men Program:

Building Better Men is a program that speaks specifically to their individual challenges as young boys and provides them with healthy, beneficial ways to express and navigate any issues or challenges.

Stephanie Glenn - Principal
Pembroke Academy
National Heritage Academies Charter Schools (MI)

My boys have been very receptive of the B2M program. Every week a new student sneaks into the leadership class. One student informed me, “Everybody wants to be in it!”

Tonya Corbitt - Assistant Principal
North Farmington High School (MI)
Farmington Public School System (MI)

The Building Better Men program has been very beneficial. I have observed these student’s behavior go from defiant and disrespectful to courteous. The outside experiences helped mold one specific student who grades went from 1.5 to 2.8 g.p.a.

Felicia Cook - Principal
John R. King Academic & Performing Arts Academy
Detroit Public Schools Community School District (MI)

What are Parents saying about the Building Better Men Program:

This program has given my son tools for communication, reasoning, responsibility, and more. His communication skills at home, school, and in the community have improved tremendously. Michael now is very respectful to his mom, siblings, school mates, and neighbors - especially seniors.

Mother of M.W., 14 years old

I've found that since he has become a part of the B2M program that he is beginning to realize what it means to be an accountable, productive, and a respectable young man. I appreciate the time that Mr. Bellinger is putting into the program as well as the young men on an individual basis.

Mother of BJ, 13 years old

We were introduced to this program almost a year ago through Facebook. My son has become more focused and looks forward to participating in the many activities provided to them. I believe that long term this program will help shape my son into a great young man and provide him with the knowledge needed to be successful as an adult.

Mother of DT, 9 years old