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In August 2018, Alana created the So Positive Initiative (SPI) at Potomac Falls High School as a way for high school students and 5th grade students to benefit from the initiative. SPI’s goal is to inspire and become role models for building self-confidence in our future middle school students. The initiative will help them to effectively build the strong foundation needed as they navigate through their experiences with peer pressure and decision making in middle and high school.


Alana also created a club where high school students have an opportunity to develop leadership and public speaking skills along with earning volunteer/community service hours for college admissions. The high school students will achieve this by speaking with 5th-graders about the importance of building confidence in themselves as they matriculate to middle school.


To date, SPI has partnered with seven elementary schools in Loudoun County, Virginia. The schools will use Alana's new book Creating Confidence as their reference point during the program.


SPI invited multiple elementary schools within the cluster of her high school at Potomac Falls High to work with and so-far Potowmack, Algonkian, Countryside, Sterling, Sugarland, Meadowland and Forest Grove Elementary School have responded with interest.


SPI is at the stage of reaching out to our local businesses to request funding for this program that will help with the purchase of copies of Alana’s new book titled Creating Confidence; this book will be provided to each 5th grade student to use as a guide throughout the program and the year. Alana’s book has received endorsements by educations and community leaders within Loudoun County.


2020 SPI High School INtro Video

SPI is an initiative that Alana created going into her freshman year of high school. Based on her book, Creating Confidence, Alana decided to take the tools in her book to implement it into the schools for students to be prepared as they matriculate into middle school. SPI goes to Elementary schools and speaks to 5th graders about the importance of self-confidence and positivity in an assembly environment.

The assemblies are extremely interactive as many games are played with the students, which are followed by lessons. The topics focus on visualization, teamwork, positivity, confidence, and dreams/goals. SPI has reached out to over 1,000 students and plans to grow to increase its impact!


So Positive, LLC sponsors the SPI Club which stands for the So Positive Initiative at Potomac Falls High School, Potomac Falls, VA. SPI was created for the purpose of giving back to the community by teaming with other high school students at PFHS to mentor and speak to 5th-grade students within the elementary schools that are in their school cluster.

SPI's goal is to spread this message in other high schools so that they too can adopt elementary schools within their surrounding areas and become mentors to 5th graders as they matriculate to middle school.

The goals are to share the message of the importance of developing self-confidence in our youth. When you believe in yourself and in your ability to achieve greatness, so many positive things in your life can improve such as your grades, peer to peer relationships, family relationships, etc. 

Preparing for assemblies!

Assembly Captures

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