This initiative funded by the Administration for Children and Families and being implemented by the Ohio Adolescent Health Centers (OAHC) is evaluating three Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) programs in high need areas in Ohio, primarily among youth ages 11-14. The three SRAE school-based programs implemented as part of these efforts are Maximum Freedom, Operation Keepsake, and Relationships Under Construction. A group randomized controlled trial is being implemented comparing seven intervention schools implementing each of these initiatives (i.e., 21 schools in total) to a control group of seven schools implementing no SRAE programs. Thus, these efforts represent three randomized controlled trials. Survey data are being collected prior to the intervention, immediately following the intervention, and three months after the end of the intervention. Analyses suggest that OAHC efforts are indeed successful in garnering positive attitudes towards abstinence, but only one program affected sexual behavior.