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Therapeutic Boarding School in Louisiana for Girls

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Evangel House Christian Academy:
Evangel House Christian Academy (EHCA), located in St. Martinville (18 miles southeast of Lafayette), Louisiana, is an accredited Therapeutic Boarding School for girls with mild mood or behavior disorders, substance abuse, academic issues or family problems offering Grades 6-12.

Therapeutic Boarding School for Girls (Grades 6 -12)
We are well equipped to treat teens for mild depression, anxiety, ADHD, or mild forms bipolar disorders. Our trademark approach engages all students in a five-stage process toward spiritual, emotional, academic, social, and physical maturity. 

Nationally-Accredited Curriculum:

Licensed teachers administer a nationally accredited curriculum at Evangel House Christian Academy. Our therapeutic evaluation process guides education planning for each student.

Our high level of personal attention makes it possible to accommodate a variety of student needs ranging from advanced placement to those who may have learning difficulties presented by emotional problems, or mood disorders. An integrative classroom day incorporates biblical teaching, group counseling, academic work music education and physical education.

The Lifeleaf Approach:

We support students in five areas of growth: spiritual, therapeutic, academic, social and physical. We identify each of these as a lifeleaf. We believe it is important to nurture Photo of Therapeutic Boarding School in Louisiana for Girlseach area of growth for students to sustain long-term change.

Transferable Credits:
Our accredited program allows for the easy transfer of credits back home to the local school district. Or, for those who wish to graduate, our High School Diploma is fully accredited and eagerly accepted at the college or university level.

Privacy:
Evangel House Christian Academy is licensed by the Louisiana Department of Education as a non-public school. However, our curriculum, academic transcripts, and diplomas are administered through a nationally recognized distance learning school.

This allows for privacy when residents transfer or graduate. The therapeutic nature of the program is not associated with academic records, which helps to prevent "labels."

Fine Arts and Enrichment Education:
In addition to our rigorous academic training, students have the opportunity for an elective music theory credit as part of our curriculum. On weekend enrichment activities students participate in acoustic guitar lessons, driver's education course, etiquette classes, aikido self -defense training, piano, voice or violin lessons, and Red Cross First Aid & CPR Certification.

Every spring students participate in the National Fine Arts Festival. Students may choose from over 52 categories offered in 7 main divisions: Art, Communication, Drama, Exhibition, Instrumental, Vocal, and Writing.

The Profile of a Student Attending EHCA:
Our school is structured with the christian family in mind. The profile EHCA student has come from a successful christian home, but may have recently struggled in her spiritual relationship with God.

Most EHCA students have a history of demonstrating great potential. Most have been involved in church, youth group, and may have even gone on mission's trips or other outreaches.

Symptoms may include:
- Involved In Family Conflicts
- Rebellious Toward Parents / Authority
- Adjustment Problems Related To The Family
- School Problems
- Struggling To Maintain A Christian Lifestyle
- Abandoning Family Values To Gain Peer Acceptance
- Lack Of Emotional Bonding
- Cutting Herself To Deal With Overwhelming Emotions
- Sneaky, Deceitful Or Untrustworthy Behaviors
- Inappropriate Internet Use Or Technology Addiction
- Shallow Relationships
- Unhealthy Friendships
- Manipulative
- Poor Social Skills
- Lack Maturity Normal For Her Age
- Mild Substance Abuse Or Experimentation
- Does Not Meet Her Full Potential
- Out Of Control Moods Or Behaviors
- Potential Mild Legal Consequences
- Seeks Inappropriate Approval From Adults
- Sees Herself As Inferior To Peers
- Low Impulse Control
- Feels Isolated With Low Peer Acceptance
- Adoption Acceptance Problems
- Is Unable To Plan Ahead
- Unable To See The Consequences Of Her Actions
- Low Frustration Tolerance
- Needs Consistent Direction
- Inadequate Judgment-Making Skills
- Exhibiting Mild To Moderate Learning Disabilities
- Sexually Active Or Promiscuous
- Communication Difficulties
- Difficulty Maintaining Peer Relationships

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Address: Saint Martinville, Lafayette, Louisiana , USA
Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to 2018-11-30 were from:

METAIRIE;   Mandeville/Louisiana;   Houston Tx;   New Orleans Louisiana;   Roanoke;   Amite louisiana;   Dry Prong, Louisiana;   New Orleans;   loranger louisiana;   Chalmette louisiana;   and more.
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