This study examined the effects of the Cardinals Connect class on juvenile delinquency risk factors in a group of students enrolled at Hoover High School. The three juvenile delinquency risk factors studied for the current study were school attitudes, school and community connections, and self esteem. Students were asked to respond to a survey which measured these three factors. Forty-seven student responses were used to determine if there was a difference in the presence or absence of risk factors based on completion of the Cardinals Connect class. The results indicated that completion of the class did not substantially affect these risk factors. An unexpected relationship was found between ethnicity and attitudes towards school, suggesting future research in this area. The current study has a number of limitations, such as small sample size, timing of data collection, overall high self esteem scores, implementation fidelity issues, student responsiveness to the questions, different data collections methods, and lack of survey testing.