11th Grade Mental Health Interdisciplinary Project

While battling the emotional, physical, mental and spiritual stress of a global pandemic, the 11th grade scholars at South Bronx Community Charter High School participated in a Mental Health Interdisciplinary Project (MHIP). The MHIP challenged scholars to focus on a mental health disorder and develop a creative project to display that will showcase the important elements of the disorder. Scholars created podcasts, comic strips, magazines, posters and much more to increase awareness of their mental health disorder. Check them out! Also follow us on Instagram for daily mental health posts.

  • Group 1: Anny, Helwin, and Dayanara

    This group decided that depression was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a magazine with two interviews, a scholar who has experienced depression, and a social worker who works with scholars with depression. Enjoy the magazine!

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  • Group 2: Sidiki, Justin, and Michael

    Wording for page: This group decided that depression was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a comic strip that focuses on a young high school boy’s daily life with teachers, friends and family.  Enjoy the comic strip!

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  • Group 3: Paulina, Fanta, Kennedy, Taylour, and James

    This group decided that phobias were important to them and wanted to raise awareness by creating a podcast that interviews two teachers with phobias and how their daily lives are affected since COVID-19 and before.

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  • Group 4: Kani, Abby, and Renee

    This group decided that anxiety was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a comic strip that shows a scholar at a party dealing with anxiety by explaining anxiety to another peer.

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  • Group 5: Eddy, Kayla, Tonaiyah

    This group decided that personality disorder was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a picture gallery that shows emotions one might feel when experiencing personality disorder.

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  • Group 6: Rokia, Abi, and Aisha L.

    This group decided that mood disorder was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a piktochart that outlines 5 important pieces of information to know when understanding mood d

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  • Group 7: Jayshawn, Diana, Bougary, and Amanda

    This group decided that mood disorder was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a T-shit clothing called “MOOD Brand” for people who suffer from these and are afraid to admit to it.

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  • Group 8: Anais, Isabel, Nicole, and Destiny

    This group decided that eating disorders were important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a podcast that shares how eating disorders impact teens and kind words and quotes to help those who are having a difficult time.

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  • Group 9: Ashley, Jashley, and Monica

    This group decided that anxiety was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating an anxiety map that shares the brain maybe affected by the stimuli when experiencing symptoms; it combines an support element as well with encouraging words.

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  • Group 10: Angel L., Jedrik, Nelson, Marco, Adrian A.

    This group decided that depression was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating Tik Tok Videos that share knowledge of depression with some smooth music background to help set the mood.

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  • Group 12: Daphne, Ashley D., Mecca, Kasaar

    This group decided that Anxiety was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a podcast that acts as a hotline for callers to call in to receive on the spot help about anxiety. Listen to how our experts help a family get through COVID-19 anxiety.

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  • Group 13: Mariam, Frank, Andrew and Mariatou

    This group decided that schizophrenia was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a podcast that will tackle the social implications of schizophrenia and the need for understanding from all in the world.

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  • Group 14: Adrian C, Daniel, Jayden, Oumar, and Jamal L.

    This group decided that depression was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a picture book that takes you through the mind of an individual who is battling depression as he tries to reconcile with a frie

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  • Group 15: Richard, Nathan, Lory, Genesis C, and Jada

    This group decided that D.I.D. was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a podcast that shares how eating disorders impact teens and kind words and quotes to help those who are having a difficult time.

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  • Group 17: Maragret, Dorcas, Deliliah and Amari

    This group decided that Bipolar Disorder was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a Prezi that gives information about symptoms, effects, DSM-5 diagnoses and celebrities who are affected by this daily.

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  • Group 18: Maylin, Maimouna, Aisha and Taisha

    Wording for page: This group decided that ADHD  was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a Tik Tok video of celebrities who live with ADHD. The purpose is to get the message out that “If you are diagnosed with ADHD, don’t feel ashamed.”

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  • Group 19: Ruthie, Delvon, Randy and Nicolas

    This group decided that ADHD was important to them and they wanted to raise awareness by creating a video podcast that will explore ways to help those with ADHD, the stigma in society, medication myths, and how we can be better understanding of those who experience ADHD.

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