Boarding Schools for Troubled Boys or Troubled Girls
StrugglingTeens.co represents two different types of boarding schools for troubled teens. We recommend single gender schools, meaning boarding schools that exclusively serve boys or exclusively girls. With troubled teenagers we do not recommend co-ed programs. Troubled children do not need the distraction coming from the opposite sex. When considering enrolling your son or daughter into one of many therapeutic boarding schools for troubled teens we recommend that you match your child's unique needs with the school that best serves his or her particular needs.
Each boarding school offers specific programming (academic and therapeutic) designed to address different emotional and academic issues. Secondly, there are currently hundreds of boarding schools for troubled teens across the nation. Which school is best for your son or daughter? We suggest that you look for the school that specializes in treating the specific issues of your child. We do not recommend that you look for the school closest to your home. For immediate help in finding the perfect solution for your troubled teen please call one of our Educational Consultants at 866-439-4818. We can help you select the perfect match.
Parents of troubled teens searching for boarding schools need to carefully analyze their options. Essentially, before enrolling into any school parents need to know what to expect, what to avoid, and what to look for. At StrugglingTeen.co we are a Family Advocate Group prepared to help parents through the selection process. Our goal is to help the parent locate the best school that will effectively meet the special needs of their son or daughter.
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