Success Stories

Success Stories

"I can thank JAG for helping prepare me for my future."

Chrishayla Adams was elected JAG-K statewide student president, won the JAG NSLA public speaking competition in 2020, and was named to a juvenile justice advisory board by the governor of Kansas. She credits JAG-K for much of her success:

"JAG has helpd me come out of my shell and not be afraid to be myself. I've developed so many skills and traits that will help me as I continue to progress in my future."

News Release: JAG-K Student Earns Employee of the Month for Life Saving Act

JAG-K doesn’t just prepare students for successful futures. It also prepares them to impact their communities in positive – even life-saving – ways while still in high school.
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News Release: Student Journalist Hayden Brown Reports on JAG-K Day at the Capitol Event

On February 7, I was one of the 400 JAG-K students and staff who visited the state Capitol. This allowed students who have leadership positions in their local JAG-K chapter to experience seeing what the Capitol has to offer.
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News Release: JAG-K Grad Finds Success in Law Enforcement Career Field

A 2021 graduate of Hiawatha High School, Austin Coffelt has already provided significant service to the community. Though just 21, he has gained work experience in corrections and law enforcement.
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