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Arthur Morgan School: The Arthur Morgan School (AMS), located in Burnsville, North Carolina, is a private, alternative, day and boarding school for middle school students in Grades 7, 8 and 9. AMS provides a safe and loving environment where our students learn to question and evaluate, think creatively and work cooperatively.
AMS is located near the Blue Ridge Parkway in western North Carolina, in a beautiful valley at the foot of the Black Mountains. The 105-acre campus, consisting mainly of woods and meadows, is an hour northeast of Asheville, 20 minutes from Burnsville and 40 minutes from Marion, North Carolina.
Directions from Asheville: Take US 19/23 (future I-26) north to Exit 9 for US 19E North. Turn right at the end of the off ramp, drive east through Burnsville to Micaville. Turn right onto NC80 South and go about six miles. Turn left onto Seven Mile Ridge Road, cross the bridge and turn right at the stop sign onto Hannah Branch Road (a gravel road). It is one mile to the AMS campus.
Directions from Marion (I-40): Take NC 226 North to US 70 West. Take US 70 West to NC 80 North, go seven miles past the Blue Ridge Parkway, then turn right onto Seven Mile Ridge Road. Cross the bridge and turn right at the stop sign onto Hannah Branch Road (a gravel road). It is one mile to the AMS campus.
Directions from Johnson City, TN: Take I-181 South to I-26. Take 23 to 19E. Turn left onto 19E North. Go through Burnsville to Micaville. Turn right onto NC80 South and go about six miles. Turn left onto Seven Mile Ridge Road, cross the bridge and turn right at the stop sign onto Hannah Branch Road (a gravel road). It is one mile to the AMS campus.
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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 Virginia 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."
Georgia-Cumberland Academy (GCA) is a private Seventh-day Adventist co-educational boarding high school located in Calhoun, Gordon County in North Georgia (1 hour north of Atlanta). GCA offers an Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools high school diploma program.
Georgia-Cumberland Academy is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and the Georgia Private School Accreditation Council.
The vision of Georgia-Cumberland Academy is to be passionately committed to intimacy with God and firmly believe in Christ's imminent return compeling each of us to share the everlasting gospel by every possible means.
The mission of Georgia-Cumberland Academy is to foster an educational environment of excellence where students, faculty and staff pursue a shared goal: to know Jesus as Savior and Friend, to love God and those He brings into our lives, to serve the church and society.
Darlington School is an accredited, college-preparatory, coeducational, day (Grades PreK-12) and boarding (Grades 9-12) school. Darlington School is located in Rome GA, just 70 miles from Atlanta, and offers a curriculum that is global in focus and personal in delivery.
At Darlington, we do more than prepare our students for college. We prepare them for life by emphasizing the pursuit of individual excellence in a diverse learning environment. Our students are the center of all that we do. Together, we challenge them to learn with passion, act with integrity, and serve with respect.
Darlington School is dually accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Southern Association of Independent Schools.
Located in Flat Rock (near Asheville), North Carolina, Lake House Academy is a private, therapeutic boarding school for girls ages 10 through 14.
A Lake House girl is typically struggling at home and academically with a number of behaviors, such as: Immaturity, Impulsivity, Disorganization, Inability to Control Anger, Defiance Toward Parents, Difficulty Maintaining Grade Level Performance at School, Tantrums, Lack of Respect, Inability to Adhere to Rules or Limits etc.
Programs are tailored to the developmental, social, emotional and academic needs of pre-adolescent and young adolescent girls with a focus on helping girls gain the skills they need to be successful in the home, at school and with friends.
Lake House Academy understands this complex family dynamic. We provide an intimate family-like environment where each girl in the Academy is honored for her skills, strengths and individual personality as we help her find her voice.
At LHA she will become confident, resilient, and prepared to walk into adolescence once again the daughter you have always had; but just lost for a time.
Residential Therapeutic Programs for Girls Ages 10-14:
- Behavior/Coping Skills
- Relationship Skills
- Art Therapy
- Family, Leadership and Team Building
- Community and Culture
- Daily structured schedule
- Academic and therapeutic challenges
- Seasonal Team Sports
- Outdoor Recreation
- Performing Arts
Paul Anderson Youth Home in Vidalia GA offers stellar programs for troubled young men aged 16 to 21 in Georgia. We are a Christian residential home for troubled youth, and have been shaping men of character since 1961.
We are highly committed to helping young men transform their lives for the better through a Christ-centered approach.
We offer programs that involve drug abuse treatment, practical life skills training, vocational training and transition programs for PAYH graduates.
Our service plans are tailored to meet each young man’s specific needs at the physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual levels.
Vidalia GA, with a population of over 10,000 people, is a city located approximately 90 miles west of Savannah and lies primarily in Toombs County while extending very slightly into Montgomery County.
Contact us today to find out what we can do for you or your loved ones.
The McCallie School, located on Missionary Ridge in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is a boys college-preparatory day & boarding school offering Grades 6-12 (day) and 9-12 (boarding). Since its founding, McCallie has remained committed to providing an outstanding college preparatory program for boys.
McCallie School is dedicated to preparing young men to make a positive difference in their world. By fostering their intellectual, spiritual, physical and emotional development, the school seeks to inspire and motivate them to strive for excellence, seek truth, live honorably, act responsibly, and help others.
Our own experience, as well as independent research, has shown that secondary education within a single-sex environment offers fewer distractions, allows for a greater number of leadership opportunities and promotes a school culture where boys can achieve without reservation.