Positivity Project at OLPH

The Positivity Project at OLPH Catholic School!


What is the Positivity Project?


The Positivity Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping America’s youth build stronger relationships by seeing the character strengths in themselves and others. Their vision is to create citizens and leaders who will enhance our communities and country by internalizing the belief that “Other People Matter.”


Positive psychology’s 24 character strengths serve as the foundation of The Positivity Project’s approach. We believe that character is more than just behavior – it’s what is inside all of us. By partnering with schools across America, they collaborate with schools to enhance students’ self-confidence and strengthen their relationships with each other.


In today’s rapidly changing world, strengths of character must be intentionally cultivated at an early age. It is critical to ensure that our mental, emotional, and moral capacities grow alongside our advances in technology. And, we must make it a priority to educate our youth on how to tap into their character strengths – especially when times are tough.






Your Feedback is IMPORTANT!


THANK YOU for making the time for these surveys. These surveys will help you quantitatively understand how your school's community has grown (students' self-confidence, understanding and appreciation of others, strength of relationships, etc.) between September and December. And, maximizing the number of responses will very much help Drs. Kate Kuhlman and Tova Walsh, from UCLA and the University of Wisconsin, analyze the impact of P2 -- and how we can improve to make P2 better for you.


Please complete your survey by May 13, 2017


Survey Link

Check our some our student's Positivity Project work!

Miss Kane's class found many ways to show their "Gratitude."

Previous     Pause     Next