Spring Valley, AZ
Spring Ridge Academy is an all girl boarding school which is licensed as a behavioral health care provider by the state of Arizona. The…
Spring Valley, AZ
The Orme School of Arizona is a co-education boarding and day school located in Spring Valley, Arizona. Its 365 acres campus has numerous facilities…
Founded in 1946 by Hamilton and Barbara Warren, Verde Valley School, located in Sedona, Arizona, is a co-educational boarding and day school for students…
Arizona is known as a state where people choose to retire, but it’s also gaining a reputation as a state with high-quality boarding schools for students of all ages. With its warm weather and beautiful scenery, Arizona is a place where students attending boarding school not only have many academic and athletic programs from which to choose, but also many chances to enjoy the view along the way.
A coed school for grades 7-12, Oak Creek Ranch School is located on 17 acres and works with students who have learning disabilities such as Attention Deficit Disorder and ADHD. Helping students for over four decades, Oak Creek is accredited by the North Central Association.
While the majority of its students enter the school with academic issues related to their learning disabilities, more than 95% matriculate.
A boarding school focusing on residential treatment for girls ages 13-17, Sedona Sky uses a therapy team that is very experienced in dealing with the unique problems associated with teenage girls. Located in Rimrock, the faculty believe they achieve positive results by eliminating the competitiveness that comes with having their male counterparts around. In addition to therapy sessions, all students must complete a basic academic program that is customized to their individual needs.
Located in the heart of Tucson, Fenster School was founded in 1944 and has a 150-acre campus that is considered one of the most scenic parts of Tucson. With an enrollment of only 50 students, the opportunities for individualized instruction are numerous. Fully accredited by the North Central Association, more than 90 percent of the school’s graduates move on to college. Though a small school, it has what is looked at as one of the most challenging academic programs of any school in Arizona, with students taking a variety of English, Math, and Science classes.
Designed for girls in grades 7-12, Spring Ridge works with girls who have emotional and behavioral problems. Along with its academic program that has produced a number of graduates who have moved on to college, the school uses therapy sessions, workshops, and unique programs on self-care, nutrition, and wellness to help teach students life skills that will help them not only now, but in the years to come as they move into adulthood.