Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Oklahoma

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Featured Oklahoma Therapeutic Schools

Brush Creek Academy

Oklahoma

Therapeutic Boarding School for Struggling Teenage Boys ... Where Change Happens! Brush Creek Academy helps once troubled teenage boys begin...   > > Continued

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

New Lifehouse Academy

Oklahoma

New Lifehouse Academy helps once troubled teenage girls begin living a more fulfilling and intentional life. They learn to become...   > > Continued

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

Other Oklahoma Therapeutic Schools

Therapeutic boarding schools in Oklahoma are specialized institutions designed to provide education alongside therapeutic support for adolescents with emotional, behavioral, or mental health issues. These Oklahoma schools combine academic curricula with comprehensive therapy programs, including individual and group counseling, to address the specific needs of students. The supportive environment helps students from Oklahoma and other states develop coping mechanisms, improve social skills, and enhance their emotional well-being. The goal of therapeutic boarding schools in Oklahoma is to foster personal growth and academic success through structured routines, therapeutic interventions, and a nurturing community, making them a resource for Oklahoma families seeking holistic support for their children's challenges.

Cookson Hills Christian School –…

Oklahoma

For many kids, Cookson Hills is their childhood home. For others it’s a temporary home for about two years. All...   > > Continued

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

Oklahoma Therapeutic Boarding Schools

The Oklahoma Department of Human Services licenses and regulates adolescent facilities, group homes and other 24-hour care programs.

While accreditation is encouraged by the Oklahoma State Board of Education, it is not required for private schools. Teachers at accredited private schools must be certified; non-accredited schools are not required to employ certified teachers. Oklahoma private schools must require immunizations for students and each school must have a written health program. Residential programs in the state of Oklahoma are regulated by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services at https://okdhs.org which can be reached at 1-405-521-3646. The Attorney General in Oklahoma is found in the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office at https://oag.ok.gov which can be reached at 1-405-521-3921. The department that regulates education in Oklahoma is the Oklahoma State Department of Education at https://sde.ok.gov which can be reached at 1-405-521-3301. The five largest cities in Oklahoma are Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, and Lawton.

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