What is the no2plastic School Challenge?

This is a student-led movement to reduce single-use plastics, one student, one school at at time.

The time is now, the power is in your hands.

take the challenge

Find your school, take the pledge, and follow your fellow students in reducing single-use plastics at home and at school.

leaderboard

What place is your school? There are thousands of schools on the no2plastic leaderboard. Find up-to-the-minute pledges and the numbers of plastic bottles, straws and cutlery your school is keeping out of the wastestream. Share your stats and challenge your friends and other schools to do the same!

Pledges
1
SKY VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL
BEND, OR, US,
229 77,850 83,585 79,920 241,355
2
HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
BEND, OR, US,
246 78,888 83,220 78,840 240,948
3
KENT DENVER SCHOOL
ENGLEWOOD, CO, US,
222 62,280 68,620 65,160 196,060
4
BEND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
BEND, OR, US,
147 46,018 50,370 48,240 144,628
5
REALMS (RIMROCK EXPEDITIONARY ALTERNATIVE LEARNING MIDDLE SC
BEND, OR, US,
75 24,912 27,010 25,920 77,842
6
SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL
BEND, OR, US,
55 17,992 18,250 18,000 54,242
7
MACOPIN MIDDLE SCHOOL
WEST MILFORD, NJ, US,
36 11,764 12,410 11,880 36,054
8
REDMOND PROFICIENCY ACADEMY
REDMOND, OR, US,
48 11,072 12,045 11,520 34,637
9
PACIFIC CREST MIDDLE SCHOOL
BEND, OR, US,
26 8,996 8,395 9,360 26,751
10
MONTESSORI CHILDREN'S HOUSE OF DENVER
DENVER, CO, US,
14 4,844 4,745 4,680 14,269

Get Involved!

Instagram

Text you can use:

Our school took the #n2pSchoolChallenge and we challenge your school to do the same #no2plastic

I just took the #n2pSchoolChallenge and pledged to reduce single-use plastics for the planet #no2plastic

Join the #n2pSchoolChallenge and #reduceplastic4theplanet

PDF

Grab this PDF and share it around your school!

The more you share the better chance you will have of winning the no2plastic Shool Challenge and the more plastic we will keep out of the wastestream!

how it works?

The no2plastic School Challenge is a student-led movement to reduce single-use plastic.

  • Students, teachers, and parents take a pledge associated with their school, to reduce their use of single-use plastics
  • Students at the school that reduces the greatest amount of single-use plastic (plastic bottles, straws and cutlery) will win a special prize at the end of the school year (June 2020)
  • Keep track of your school's progress on the leaderboard
  • Students encourage their peers and challenge other schools to join and take the challenge