Four young men recently had the privilege of participating in the Armstrong County “Drugs Kill Dreams” Program

They volunteered to speak with Central Armstrong High School students about their experiences with drug use and the implications of those decisions on their lives.

We are incredibly proud of these students for stepping out of their comfort zone to share their personal stories and serve as positive role models for other students.

Special thanks to State Trooper Rice, District Magistrate DeComo and District Attorney Charlton for supporting this critical program and allowing Summit Academy to be a part.

For more information on the Drugs Kills Dreams Program: