Staff Reviews:

    “Beacon pulls the kids in with his music, then mixes it up with speaking. It is a great way to keep them engaged and interested. He had a great message and presented it in a way that was well received.”

    Cindy Blessing, Batesville HS

    “Beacon connected very well with the High School and Middle School students. By the end of his presentation he had them eating out of the palm of his hand. His message to students was spot on and effective. Students were talking about the assembly throughout the day with only positive things to say.”
    Steve Bush, Principal, Newaygo MS

    “Beacon’s assembly was fantastic. It helped our students express what they were feeling."
    Chuck Byers, Principal, New Lexington HS

    “Very positive message! Also, Beacon was funny and entertaining. He had students laughing and singing along!”
    Aaron Bulgrien, Principal, Harbor Beach HS

    “Beacon got the students involved and invested in the presentation, then hit them with some stories and dialogue to inspire them to be the best they can be and block out the "noise" from the haters. Our kids loved the music and his message.”
    Nolan Sadler, Principal, Heritage HS

    Student Reviews:

    “Thank you so much, you really impacted me. I have been having a hard time recently and you helped me. Thank you for giving me the push I needed to finally talk to someone about the abuse I’ve suffered.”
    Olivia, HS Student



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