One of the Nation’s Leading Residential Alternative Schools for Girls
Our alternative school serves girls in grades 6 – 12 and is accredited through COGNIA & Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Our curriculum is aligned with all state and national Department of Education guidelines and course credits are fully transferrable. Our on-campus school provides a positive learning environment for girls who struggle in most academic settings.
All students gain skills and knowledge within a traditional liberal arts curriculum, including English, Math, History, Science, Social Studies, Health, PE and the Arts. Course objectives are taught through thematic instruction with an emphasis on experiential learning and small 10:1 student/teacher ratios to encourage students to progress at their own rate. Integrated into the curriculum are other experiential activities for academic growth, improved self-concept, spiritual awareness and service to the community.
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams -Eleanor Roosevelt
Is incorporated into everything we do - Our girls get school credit through elective courses for the therapy we provide.
Ignites the spark - Without social interruptions like cell phones and social media, your child will be re-excited about reading, learning, and overall academic achievement.
Is hands-on - We provide classroom styles for each type of learner. Our teachers ensure no child is left behind.
Is accredited - Our alternative school is accredited through COGNIA & Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Our curriculum is aligned with all state and national Department of Education guidelines and course credits are fully transferrable.
“Resistance is a sign that the instructor is not using the right strategy. The sole task of an educator is to get the student hooked. The educator must keep trying to find the right supports to mobilize the student. Once the student is hooked, she will do the work.” -Chief Gale, Principal
We accommodate all learning styles and follow guidelines of IEPs and 504 Plans.