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Colorado Rocky Mountain School:
The Colorado Rocky Mountain School (CRMS) is a co-educational college preparatory boarding school for students in Grades 9-12, located near Aspen Colorado in the heart of the beautiful Rocky Mountains on a 350-acre working ranch.

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Co-ed Boarding School Programs for 9-12th Graders:
Photo of Co-Ed Boarding High School in ColoradoA college-preparatory curriculum within a program of the arts, athletics, physical work, service to the community, and enriching wilderness experience. At CRMS, we graduate students who have a strong sense of self-worth and a lifelong passion for learning. Our students are expected to pursue a challenging course of study across our curriculum.

English
The English department concerns itself with the essentials of college preparation: reading comprehension, vocabulary building, and analytical writing. Courses in English offer varied experiences in reading and writing exercises, with an overall goal of the students' complete engagement with the texts.

At the same time, values are taught through literature, and students are provided with a background and skill level that colleges expect. Students in humanities classes change teachers at the semester.

History
The History department emphasizes the thematic approach to the study of history. We see history not solely as a continuum of time but as a continuum of competing and complementary values and ideologies.

We also pay special attention to the role of place and environment in hedermining historical narratives, so that history is seen as a confluence of both human motivation and environmental contingencies. 

Mathematics
The goals of the Math department are to provide students with the tools to be logical thinkers and to help them gain a solid foundation in problem solving. The department aims to help students become more confident in their mathematical abilities as well as appreciate how the math they are studying relates to the world around them.

Emphasis is placed on both the mastery of mathematical operations and an understanding of the underlying reasoning of the operations themselves. 

Modern Language
The focus of the Modern Language Department is twofold: to teach students to use the language they study and to broaden their understanding of cultures around them.

To this end, students are exposed not only to the grammatical structure of the language, but to the literary and cultural aspects of the language as well. In class, students practice their skills in a variety of formats: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. 

Science
The Science Department emphasizes experiential investigation of the natural world. Students explore the nature of scientific inquiry and examine the function of models in scientific understanding. 

CRMS students use scientific methods to investigate and verify fundamental principles. They utilize computers, library resources, electronic probes, and mathematics to evaluate, quantify, and present their research.

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Address: 1493 County Road 106, Carbondale, Colorado , USA
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Turning Winds Academic Institute (TWAI)
Courses / Programs
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 Nebraska 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."
Therapeutic Boarding School
For troubled teens ages 13-18

- Middle School Program
- High School Program
- Credit Recovery
- Accelerated Learning
- College Preparation/ AP Classes
- SAT/ACT Testing Center
- Anti-Bullying Program

We also provide a GED program, and college courses.

We create a customized program for each student that requires a minimum of 3 months. However, best results for lasting success are realized through 6+ months of treatment.

TWAI graduates average a 3.5 GPA. It is common for a student to complete 1.5 years of course work in 1 year.
New Haven Residential Treatment Center
Courses / Programs
Located in beautiful Spanish Fork, 60 miles south of Salt Lake City, Utah, New Haven is part of InnerChange, a family of programs that provide education, treatment, and recovery for adolescent girls and young women. InnerChange programs include Residential Treatment Programs for girls age 13-17 and a Transition Program for young women.

New Haven Residential Treatment Center offers a unique program that helps adolescent girls achieve positive change and growth through academic, therapeutic and environmental experiences. Our proven philosophy has been helping families recover since 1995.

New Haven is accredited by the Joint Commission of Healthcare Organizations and is an active member of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs, a trade organization which advocates for families in need of treatment.
Residential Treatment Program for girls ages 13-17 and a Transition Program for young women:

- Clinical; Transition; Academic; College Prep; Arts; Physical Education and Equine Programs available

- We offer individual, family and group therapy

- Our treatment team is one of the most experienced in the field of girls' adolescent treatment.
Fountain Valley School of Colorado
Courses / Programs
Located at the base of Colorado's majestic Rocky Mountains, Fountain Valley School of Colorado combines intellectual rigor with a spirit of adventure and exploration.

The school offers a college preparatory program for motivated students who seek a diverse and challenging learning experience within a close-knit and supportive community.

Founded in 1930, FVS provides a co-ed, boarding and day school environment for students in grades 9-12 from across the United States and the world. The School has an 1,100 acre main campus in Colorado Springs and a 40-acre Mountain Campus near Buena Vista, Colo.

FVS is proud of its Western roots and location, and encourages students to embrace the many opportunities associated with living in the West, including the School's adventurous outdoor education and equestrian programs.

Our strong academic component is complemented by an outstanding arts program, which includes both visual and performing arts. Athletics are also important to the School's 250 students, and FVS offers 33 competitive teams in 19 different sports.
- More than 70 courses across 7 departments, including 19 Advanced Placement courses and a selection of honors courses.

- Language classes are available in French, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish

- Technology curriculum includes classes in program design, digital studio and Photoshop.

- Western Immersion Program is a sophomore-year experiential-based study of the Colorado environment

- Interim program is an intensive weeklong, curriculum-based experiential-learning program.
Nebraska Christian Schools
Courses / Programs
Nebraska Christian School (NCS) is an inter-denominational, Christian boarding and day school located west of Omaha in Central City, Merrick County, Nebraska.

NCS offers a full educational program for preschool- Grade 12 with boarding from Grades 7-12. We focus on providing a college preparatory curriculum with AP courses, ACT and SAT and a program of extra-curricular activities and student services.

Additionally, we offer vocational classes such as family & consumer science and industrial arts as well as ESL programs for our international students. We run a four day school week with the fifth day used for special programs, tutoring, study time and trips.

Residence facilities are available for senior high students and mature junior highers which emcompasses grades 7-12. We provide separate dorms for boys and girls. Nebraska Christian admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.

We are approved by the Nebraska Department of Education and are an ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) member school.
Co-Educational Boarding & Day Programs:

- Boarding Programs (Grades 7-12)
- Day Programs from (preschool-Grade 12)
- 4-day school week with fifth day used for special programs, tutoring, study time and trips
- College Preparatory Curriculum with math, science, English, social studies, and foreign languages
- Advanced Placement Courses
- College Preparation Courses ACT and SAT
- Vocational classes such as family & consumer science and industrial arts
- English as a Second Language Program
Sundance Canyon Academy
Courses / Programs
Sundance Canyon Academy, located in Herriman, southwestern Salt Lake County, Utah, is a therapeutic boarding school for boys between the ages of 13-17 years. Academics is foremost in the interest of many of our students.

It is our mission to assist them in continuation of their educational goals by providing an accredited and useful curriculum which enables them to continue their education and work towards successful graduation with a deep sense of accomplishment.

Two of the most common problems we treat at Sundance are school failure and opposition-defiance. Our typical student has low self-esteem and is struggling with authority. Other common problems we address include drug experimentation, mood disorders, and family discord.
Therapeutic Boarding School for Boys (Ages 13-17)

Subject areas include:
- Pre-Algebra
- Algebra
- Geometry
- Science
- Chemistry
- Physics
- World History
- American History
- Biology
- English
- Writing Composition
- Reading Comprehension
- Physical Education
- Health Science...
Southwestern Academy, Phoenix area
Courses / Programs
Located at Beaver Creek Ranch, Rimrock, outside the city of Sedona, 95 miles north of Phoenix in northern Arizona, Southwestern Academy is a co-ed independent private college preparatory high boarding school for grades 9-12.

We also provide ESL programs and a postgraduate year. In this stunning setting, nature is the ultimate learning laboratory for history, geology, archaeology, biology, and visual and performing art lessons.

At Southwestern, your child can reach their highest potential, participate in sports and activities, and make lifelong friendships. Living on campus is an important part of your childĀ“s educational experience. As students live with classmates from around the world, they learn more about other cultures and expand their horizons.

Our campus dormitories offer a safe and fully supportive environment, supervised by resident counselors. International students are welcome. We have a second campus in San Marino, California and are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
Boarding Programs for boys and girls in grades 9-12:

- College Preparatory Curriculum
- English as Second Language (ESL) Program
- Postgraduate Year Program
- We welcome international students

Curriculum subjects include:

- English, math, science, history, social studies, foreign languages, visual & performing arts, physical education, and more...