Boarding Schools in Missouri

Missouri Therapeutic Boarding Schools
(6 All Types Schools)

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Future Men

Missouri

Future Men is a Christian boarding school offering a highly structured and monitored setting for young men to work on...   > > Continued

Type(s): Boys Only, College Prep, High School, Religious

Kansas City Girls Academy

Missouri

Kansas City Girls Academy is a national program and school for girls who are struggling with school or emotional issues....   > > Continued

Type(s): College Prep, Girls Only, High School, Junior High School, Pre-Teen, Religious

Masters Ranch

Missouri

Master's Ranch and Christian Academy is a low-cost Christian boarding school designed just for at-risk and struggling boys between the...   > > Continued

Type(s): Boys Only, College Prep, Religious, Wilderness Program

Ozark Trails Academy

Missouri

Ozark Trails Academy is a place of hope, healing and purpose for troubled teens.Ozark Trails Academy’s residential treatment program provides...   > > Continued

Type(s): Coed, High School, Junior High School, Licensed, Pre-Teen

Whetstone Boys Ranch

Missouri

Whetstone Boys Ranch is a working cattle ranch and therapeutic Christian school that serves struggling boys ages 12-16 and their...   > > Continued

Type(s): Boys Only, High School, Junior High School, Pre-Teen, Religious

Missouri Other Therapeutic Schools

Cornerstones of Care

Missouri

Cornerstones of Care is dedicated to helping children and families achieve health, happiness, competence, and self-sufficiency. Across our family of...   > > Continued

Type(s): Coed, High School, Junior High School, Licensed, Pre-Teen

Missouri Therapeutic Boarding Schools

All children’s residential providers, including alternative and therapeutic boarding schools, must be licensed through the Missouri Department of Social Services Children’s Division, specifically the Residential Program Unit (RPU). It ensures that private children’s residential care centers are in compliance with state rules and standards for licensure.

For Missouri private schools, there are no licensing requirements and accreditation is not required. Teachers are not required to be certified and there is no state policy on professional development. State testing is not required for students of private Missouri schools but schools must instruct students on the Constitution of the United States, Missouri history and American history. To graduate, students must pass an exam on these subjects. Student immunization records are required for enrollment .

Reference: http://www2.ed.gov

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