Boarding school in Mississippi for behavioral problems/ issues: Christian boarding school for troubled boys & girls, co-ed boarding programs for kids & teens with learning disabilities. Residential education in the South for kindergarten, elementary, middle & high school students.
French Camp Academy: Established in 1885, French Camp Academy (FCA) is a private, Christian coeducational boarding school for children from 1st to 12th grades. Nestled 80 miles north of Jackson, in the quiet Mississippi countryside beside the Natchez Trace Parkway, we are accredited through the Mississippi Department of Education.
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Quality 1-12 Education:
Our educational program is balanced, Christ-centered and academically excellent. It includes academic classes, vocational training, radio communication skills, an observatory, a full sports program, and an active music and arts program for Grades 7-12.
- Boarding programs elementary, middle & high school students
- Science; Math; Social Studies; English; Foreign Languages; Bible; Electives.
- Full athletic program (football, cheerleading, baseball, softball, basketball, track and field, cross country and tennis.
- Equestrian activities, music and the arts and other extra curricular activities
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Located in St. Martinville, 18 miles southeast of Lafayette, Louisiana, Evangel House Christian Academy (EHCA) is an accredited Therapeutic Boarding School for girls in Grades 6-12.
We cater for students with mild mood or behavior disorders, substance abuse, academic issues or family problems. Our 12-18 month program encompasses a choice of Vocational, General, or College Preparatory High School Diploma options.
We are well equipped to treat teens for mild depression, anxiety, ADHD, or mild forms of bipolar disorders. Our trademark approach engages all students in a five-stage process toward spiritual, emotional, academic, social, and physical maturity.
Our curriculum is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS), and the Committee for International and Trans-regional Accreditation (CITA).
Located in northwestern Montana, Turning Winds Academic Institute (TWAI) is an accredited, family-run, therapeutic boarding school for troubled teens (boys and girls) ages 13-18 from Mississippi and across the United States.
In our beautiful, peaceful, and safe location, we combine the benefits of a therapeutic boarding school, a wilderness program, and a residential treatment center (RTC).
TWAI has been serving struggling teens and their families since 2002, with an exceptional degree of success.
We provide an extremely high standard of therapeutic treatment to our students, and offer help for the following presenting issues: poor academic performance, behavioral problems, addictions, low self-worth, spectrum disorders, ADD/ADHD, and attachment disorders among others.
With a passion for helping young people in crisis, our clinical, educational, and operations staff are among the best in the country.
We are a small program (40 students) which means that we are able to provide a truly unique and customized approach for every student.
Typically our on site student to staff ratio is 5:1. The average stay at our residential treatment center is 12 months.
Parent Testimonial: "We feel reassured that our son Chad is in good hands being guided onto the right track...We are really beginning to get our son back again! We thank you from the bottom of our hearts."
Located in Camp Hill, Tallapoosa County AL (part of the Alexander City Micropolitan Statistical Area), Lyman Ward Military Academy (LWMA) is a private boarding military school for boys that offers a college-preparatory diploma consisting of credits gained from our Junior Cadets (Grades 6-8) and Senior Cadets (Grades 9-12) programs.
Cadets take the ACT, SAT, PSAT, PLAN, ASVAB, and Stanford Achievement Tests as appropriate to their grade level, and LWMA offers Advanced Placement (AP) classes in several academic disciplines.
In keeping with the requirements of the State of Alabama and our own high standards, students are required to have four years of English, Math, History and Science. Further courses are offered as electives.
Using the college-style Block/Quarter System, the normal student load for Senior School (Grades 9-12) consists of eight courses per year. Junior School (Grades 6-8) courses are taken for the full school year, with a usual class load of seven classes.
St. Stanislaus College Preparatory, founded in 1854, is a private Catholic school located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast 50 miles east of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Operated by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, the school specializes in building character and helping young men in Grades 7-12 develop to their full potential and become happy, self-confident, well-educated adults.
St. Stanislaus is one of the largest Catholic resident high schools for boys in the United States. Over the years, students from 52 countries and 42 states have profited from the rich education and character building offered by St. Stanislaus.
This diversity promotes a heightened awareness of each student's value and provides opportunities for appreciation of other cultures and for lasting friendships with students from other countries. 98 percent of our senior class will go on to study at the college level.
Located in the foothills of the beautiful Ozark Mountains between Gentry and Siloam Springs in Benton County in Northwest Arkansas, Ozark Adventist Academy is a co-educational boarding high school for Grades 9-12 with a warm, friendly, and inviting atmosphere.
OAA is owned and operated by the Arkansas-Louisiana Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and is fully accredited with the Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges, and Universities, and by the Arkansas Nonpublic Schools Accrediting Association.
We offer a college preparatory curriculum with SAT, ACT, Honors and Advanced Placment courses as well as a scholarship program. Choosing Ozark Adventist Academy for boarding school years is a choice of belonging to a school family with a special mission and commitment.
Boarding students live in the residence hall on campus with separate dormitories for boys and girls. Usually a student occupies a room with one other student. Ozark Adventist Academy admits students of any gender, race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available to students at the school.
Boarding & Day Programs for High School Students in Grades 9-12:
- College Preparatory Curriculum with English & speech, fine arts, math, foreign languages, science, social studies, religion, physical education
- Advanced Placement Courses
- College Preparation Courses ACT and SAT
- Learning Resource Center with Tutoring and Reading classes
- Pathways to Success Scholarship Program
- International Students are welcome