The curriculum was developed at the University of New Hampshire.
The "Courage to Care" program seeks to motivate students to make their schools safer and friendlier places to learn.
Teachers heard from Gorham teacher Matt Saladino on Thursday that students opened up to him about bullying among their peers, according to reports. Gorham was a pilot site for the program.
Students meet once a week and follow lessons regarding morals, ethics and good behavior
The program is the brainchild of members of UNH's Cooperative Extension program, the Department of Social Work and the school's Browne Center, which developed outdoor adventure activities to emphasize teamwork and problem-solving skills.