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Turning Winds Academic Institute, Treatment Facility  in Troy
“Turning Winds Academic Institute is a co-ed, therapeutic, boarding school that is accredited by Northwest Association of Accredited Schools (NAAS). We believe that each student has the capacity to learn, that individual strengths have different learning modalities, and that high expectations are necessary in order for the student to reach their highest potential. Turning Winds Academic Institute stands out as an elite academic provider. Turning Winds Academic Institute is an official ACT and SAT testing site and offers these tests quarterly. Preparation courses are also offered for these tests. Furthermore, we are also an official testing site for the GED. Turning Winds Academic Institute also offers College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) preparation for students. CLEP provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate college-level achievement through a program of exams in undergraduate college courses. Students can earn up to six credits for each test. There are 2,900 colleges that grant credit and/or advanced standing for CLEP exams.
(866) 666-6295
Troy, Montana 59935
Elk Mountain Academy, Treatment Facility  in Troy
“For over 15 years Elk Mountain Academy has created healthy change for teens and families through academic, therapeutic, experiential and 12-Step education. The result is success for students who have struggled with academic deficiency, drug and alcohol abuse and related behavioral issues, emotional challenges, and lack of personal responsibility.
(406) 578-1073
We serve:
Troy, Montana 59935
Northwest Academy, Treatment Facility  in Troy
“Northwest Academy is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of older adolescents. Carefully designed structure and curriculum allows Junior/Senior students: accelerated academics, on-line/off-site college courses, post-secondary guidance, individual, group and family therapy, job shadowing, participation on local sports teams, vocational learning and appropriate community experiences. Recognizing the unique challenges and questions our students face and embracing opportunities available to them keeps Northwest Academy focused on the issues and obstacles that have interfered with transition into adulthood. Student profile: bright, college-capable, at risk of not finishing high school, poor or deteriorating academic performance, affiliating with negative peers, expressing unhealthy independence, socially or emotionally immature, oppositional and defiant, using/abusing drugs or alcohol, defying authority and family rules, suffering from depression, limited by anxiety, entitled and indulgent, acting out in opposition to family values, off- track from their post-secondary goals and dreams.
(208) 403-0359
We serve:
Troy, Montana 59935
Schrom Boy's Home at Hawks Landing, Treatment Facility  in Troy
“Located in picturesque North Idaho, Schrom Boy's Home at Hawks Landing is a therapeutic program committed to providing adolescents and their families with experiences that will enhance their growth and personal development. The program is specifically designed to help adolescents and their families move beyond their self-limiting beliefs that have kept them from achieving their potential. The students at Hawks Landing are male adolescents ranging in age from 13 to 17 years old who possess special emotional, psychological, and behavioral needs. All of our students possess one common denominator: they have a need for change, and their lives must be provided with the appropriate environment to learn, practice, and internalize these changes. We provide an alternative to large expensive boarding schools by offering a smaller, intimate, quality, cost-effective, safe, and home-like environment. Hawks Landing prides itself on the one-on-one personal attention, creative and individualized treatment, and interpersonal relationships given to your child.
(208) 215-7596
We serve:
Troy, Montana 59935
Boulder Creek Academy, Treatment Facility  in Troy
“Boulder Creek Academy (BCA) provides an integrated, multidisciplinary approach for students with individual learning styles who struggle with distinct learning, behavioral, or emotional challenges. Our students have experienced school failure, anxiety, depression, impulsivity, social and emotional delays. At the same time our students are also bright, creative, compassionate young people who have the potential for greater self-actualization and leadership. Students are given the support and structure needed to gain confidence in their academic, social, and communication skills, while capitalizing on their unique learning strengths.
(877) 649-0957
We serve:
Troy, Montana 59935
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