Candy Bars, Coats and Unlimited Potential: Summit Christian Academy Student Leads by Example (Originally published by Lee's Summit Lifestyle, Written by Lisa Allen)                              

Corbin Healy’s first step came in the form of candy bars; as a third grader he established his first fundraiser, selling candy bars outside a grocery store, to benefit a friend with cystic fibrosis.

Healy raised $600 in that first fundraiser, but his friend was never far from his mind as he grew older.  (Link to original/complete article here)

Seeds sowed during Corbin Healy’s Leadership in Action Summit grow into teens4good, Inc. (Originally published by People to People March 11, 2013, Written by Cori Draper)
Reaching 4 Excellence Young Achiever

Corbin Healy was recognized on FOX 4 NEWS Reaching 4 Excellence Young Achiever with Phil Witt, on Wednesday, December 26, 2012. The report ran again the next day, Thursday, December 27 during the 5 p.m. newscast and again on Monday, December 31 during the 8 a.m. newscast.  The video and story are available on the Fox 4 website at


Non-Profit Organization teens4good Takes Off (Originally published by the Lee's Summit Tribune on December 8, 2012)

Teenagers want to be a part of it.

Parents encourage their kids to get involved with it.

It’s the cool thing to do, and it was started by a 14-year-old boy. (Link to orignal/complete article here.)



SCA Student Heads to Stanford University For People To People (Originally published by the Lee's Summit Tribune on September 1, 2012 )



Summit Christian Academy (SCA) 8th Grade student Corbin Healy recently returned from Stanford University after being nominated and selected to attend People to People International.  Healy was the only student from Missouri to attend the Stanford University program and was one of only three representatives from the Midwest. (Link to original/complete article here.)