What is FLASH?

FLASH is a sexual health education curriculum developed, published, and copyrighted by Public Health - Seattle and King County. FLASH is used by school districts across the United States and abroad. FLASH has lessons for upper elementary school, middle school, and high school. High School FLASH is a proven program, shown through rigorous research to significantly reduce behaviors that lead to unintended pregnancy and STDs among teens.

How can I access FLASH?

Educators can purchase a digital license to access a specific grade level of FLASH for up to one year, or they can purchase a hard copy binder of any or all of the grade levels of FLASH. The digital curriculum is housed on this site, and purchases for both the digital and hard copy versions can be made on this site. Limited preview licenses may be available on a case by case basis. Please contact FLASH@KingCounty.gov with any questions.

What is FLASH?

FLASH is a sexual health education curriculum developed, published, and copyrighted by Public Health - Seattle and King County. FLASH is used by school districts across the United States and abroad. FLASH has lessons for upper elementary school, middle school, and high school. High School FLASH is a proven program, shown through rigorous research to significantly reduce behaviors that lead to unintended pregnancy and STDs among teens.

How can I access FLASH?

Educators can purchase a digital license to access a specific grade level of FLASH for up to one year, or they can purchase a hard copy binder of any or all of the grade levels of FLASH. The digital curriculum is housed on this site, and purchases for both the digital and hard copy versions can be made on this site. Limited preview licenses may be available on a case by case basis. Please contact FLASH@KingCounty.gov with any questions.