Bully Busters (developed in 2000): The curriculum has two levels and is designed for students in grades K-5 and 6–8. The focus is on reducing aggression and bullying in the classroom while establishing a positive classroom climate.
The Bully Free Classroom (developed in 1999): A comprehensive research-based program designed to develop school-wide campaigns against bullying for K-12 students.
Bully-Proofing Your School (developed in 1993): A three-phase comprehensive bully prevention program designed for elementary and middle schools. Bully-Proofing Your School offers a system-wide approach for handling bully/victim problems.
BullySafeUSA (developed in 1999): BullySafeUSA is a comprehensive anti-bullying program that offers student empowerment sessions, staff training, parent and community-leader seminars, and a Train the Trainer Institute. The program is targeted for grades 3–8.
The Ophelia Project (developed in 2002): An afterschool program for middle school girls designed to reduce relational aggression. There is also a five-day nonresidential Camp Ophelia program.
Operation Respect (developed in 2000): Operation Respect, a nonprofit advocacy organization whose purpose is to assure children safe and respectful school climates in which to grow and learn, offers this curriculum for grades 2–5 and 6–8.
Get Connected (developed in 2002): This comprehensive bully prevention program is provided by STOP Violence! It is geared toward K-8 students and focuses on issues related to peer abuse and violence in schools.
The Incredible Years: This program aims to prevent behavior problems from developing in young children. The program is designed to promote children's social and emotional competence.
LIFT (Linking the Interests of Families and Teachers, developed in 2000): This program is designed for students in grades 1–5 to prevent conduct problems. The main goal is to decrease antisocial behavior and increase prosocial behavior.
Health and Human Development (HHD) Program: This comprehensive anti-bullying program is designed to be taught by English language arts and/or health education teachers. The program targets middle school students.
Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (developed in 1991): A comprehensive research-based bullying prevention program designed for students in grades 3–10. The program components are implemented at the school-wide level, the classroom level, the individual level, and the community level.
Safe School Ambassadors (developed in 2000): This school safety program focuses on school climate and how students can build safer schools from the inside out. Designed for grades 6–12.
Steps to Respect: A Bullying Prevention Program (developed in 2002): This comprehensive research-based bullying prevention program was designed by the Committee for Children. It targets bullying in elementary schools with programs for grades 3–5 or 4–6.
STOP Violence, A Program of Synergy Services (developed in 2005): STEP up is a bullying prevention program designed for middle school girls in grades 5–9. The focus is on reducing relational aggression.