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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of the assembly?

The assembly cost is $1000.00. This fee is all-inclusive for total package: multiple speakers, audio / visual gear, and travel expenses. We like it simple.

We have a limited budget, how can we still book the assembly?

We have access to donors in the business arenas that can help supplement your payment. We will never let money stop us from speaking to students.

How long is the presentation?

We like to spend a solid hour with the student body. However, we know that school schedules can be tight, so we are flexible with times and will fit our program into the time slots available.

Will you break up the assembly into different grade levels?

Yes. Once again, we are here to help the schools and not cause a problem. We will do whatever is easiest for the administration. One assembly or two assemblies is no big deal. We are flexible.

What does Seven at Schools assembly look like?

It is high energy, fast paced, and in your face multimedia presentation to students about issues they are dealing with on a day-to-day basis. Everything changes every five minutes. Presenters are only allowed five minutes to communicate their topic, transitioning to videos in between each topic. There is loud, relevant music, dance routines, and lots of crowd participation.

Do you have multiple presenters?

Yes. Each assembly has two or three professional speakers that communicate regularly to students across Texas. The speakers change based on geography and demographics of the schools. We choose our speakers based on the needs of the school.

Is there religious content within the assembly?

No. The Seven at School assemblies are strictly character based, focusing on issues like integrity, honesty, choices, positive peer pressure, abstinence, bullying, and drugs. Each presenter uses lots of humor, personal stories, and statistics from creditable sources to challenge students to be better and live better.

What school districts have you been to?

Belton ISD, Dallas ISD, Ft. Worth ISD, Ferris ISD, Northwest ISD, Midlothian ISD, Terrell ISD, Vernon ISD, Irving ISD, Whitehouse ISD, Garland ISD, Quinlan ISD, Boyd ISD, Wylie ISD; just to name a few.

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