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High Schools Against Cancer is a nationwide collaboration of high school students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by initiating and supporting American Cancer Society programs in high school communities.

 

High Schools Against Cancer chapters around the country fundraise for the American Cancer Society primarily through Campus Relay For Life events.

High School Relay For Life Leadership Message

Allison Wise

High School Relay For Life Chair

National Campus & Youth Engagement Team (NCYET)

[email protected]

West Morris High School (Chester, New Jersey)

New to Campus Relay?

We’re so excited you are interested in bringing High Schools Against Cancer and Relay For Life to your high school or school district. Complete the form below and our team will contact you as soon as possible!

What Happens Next?

  1. Fill Out The New Chapter Interest Form
  2. Individual will be reached to by ACS Staff by email that was provided on form to set up an Interest Call
  3. Interest Call – An opportunity to learn about the ACS and what it means to set up a chapter and to host a Campus Relay For Life Event
  4. Website is created by ACS for the School’s Campus Relay For Life Event
  5. Chapter Leadership attends a New Chapter Onboarding Call hosted by the Volunteer National Campus & Youth Engagement Team and is then assigned a peer mentor that will check in every three months. 

Existing Campus Relays

To find a Campus Relay For Life near you, enter your ZIP code at RelayForLife.org.

 

Existing volunteer leaders can find Campus Relay For Life resources using the links below:

Questions about Campus Relay For Life or High Schools Against Cancer?

Contact us via this form and our team will respond in 2-4 business days.

Need immediate assistance? Call the American Cancer Society at 1-800-227-2345.

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