Success Stories

Proven Results

  • Protecting schools with and through the eyes of the students.
  • Countering the current state of social media disruption.
  • Measurable impact on school performance. Year-over-year social and academic improvement.
  • Measuring school climate and cutural improvement.


Bridg-it has developed the most innovative model in the world, it allows a child to access help through the Internet in a safe way, it allows administrators and other support team individuals to act immediately in support of that child’s concerns”

- Robert J. De Sena
English teacher and founder of the Council for Unity

“At HUM II, Bridg-it has been a wonderful resources. The reports give the moderators an ear to the ground about what is happening behind the scenes at school. In turn, we are able to help problem solve thoroughly and strategically to the benefit of our scholars.”

- Christine Mejia

School Counselor at New Visions Charter High School for the Humanities II

“I’m not really good at talking to people, but the iPad was one of the ways I could really truly show them what was going on.”

- Christian


“Having Bridg-it has made tackling the issue of bullying something that everyone can tackle at the same time. I’ve received reports from students and teachers alerting us to issues that may have gone unreported otherwise. It makes it simple, easy and actually kind of cool to help prevent bullying at our school”

- Varrel Eddie

Dean of Students at New Visions High School for the Humanities II

“Programs that are grounded in research with high-quality implementation support, such as Bridg-it, will help create healthier learning environments for students and deliver a long-term impact for positive change.”

- Dorothy L. Espelage

Ph.D. Professor at Child Development Division

“Bridg-it is a game changer. We’re going to save lives.”

Dominick D’Angelo

Principal at a Bridg-it School

Success Stories

Story of Student Suicide Prevention

One Saturday a sixth grade student used the Bridg-it app to report a friend was threatening to commit suicide. The school leadership team received the Bridg-it report and immediately executed a coordinated response, contacted the parents who confirmed the student was in immediate danger. School officials and parents intervened to prevent what could have been a tragic result and arranged for the student to receive professional help.  Bridg-it provided a confidential, safe, documented channel of communication to the Upstander friend through which to help his friend.

Story of Student standing up to a teacher bullying her and others in her class because of their religion

In another of our schools, an eighth grade honor role students was being bullied because of her religion, she was muslim and wore a Hijab. The bully in this case was not another student, but rather a teacher with over 20 years of teaching experience. The student was visibly upset by the encounter, but told no one at school. When she went home she immediately told her mother what had transpired in school that day. The mother at first told her daughter that she should not challenge a teacher, however her brother spoke up and confirmed that this particular teacher was openly biased against muslims. The mother and the daughter then logged into the daughter's Bridg-it account and together filed a Bridg-it report based on religious bias.