Listing of Missouri boarding schools - Boarding school directory for the State of Missouri – homes for troubled boys and troubled teen schools.
Listing of Missouri boarding schools - Boarding school directory for the State of Missouri – homes for troubled boys and troubled teen schools.
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  • Agape Boarding School

    Stockton, MO

    Agape Boarding School serves struggling teenage boys (ages 13-17), providing counseling, a college-prep education, and competitive athletics.Agape is a lower-cost, not-for-profit Christian boarding school with an exceptional campus. Agape uses a loving approach to work with boys who are rebellious, choosing the wrong friends, experimenting with drugs or alcohol, or unmotivated in school. Through a structured program, counseling, and daily encouragement, boys mend relationships with family and learn to interact appropriately with authorities, peers, and their community. Graduates take responsibility for their actions and… More

    9 - 12
    All-boy
    140 Students
    28 Teachers
  • Chaminade College Prep School

    Saint Louis, MO

    Chaminade College Prep School is a private all-boy school in Saint Louis, Missouri. If you don't count Chaminade College Prep School, there are 159 private schools in St. Louis County. Their campus is set in a large suburb, which is just one important piece of information to consider when looking at boarding schools. In terms of religious orientation, the Chaminade College Prep School is a Roman Catholic school. The academic school years lasts 170 calendar days and each day students spend 7 hours in… More

    6 - 12
    All-boy
    789 Students
    87 Teachers
  • Future Men

    Kirbyville, MO

    Future Men is a Christian boarding school offering a highly structured and monitored setting for young men to work on their future. Each student is given an environment and motivation to promote success. Course work and counseling is founded on God’s Word, and the school is nationally accredited by AdvancEd. Primary FocusThe goal at Future Men is to train young men to put off childish behaviors and obsessions with the trivial distractions of this life (godless music, foolish friends, slothfulness, anger, disrespect, offensive language/habits, sloppy… More

    9 - 12
    All-boy
    Students
    Teachers
  • Master’s Ranch Christian Academy

    Couch, MO

    The Master’s Ranch and Christian Academy is a residential boarding school designed just for at-risk and struggling boys between the ages of 12 and 17.Boys at MRCA and their families find new help, healing, and reconciliation when they had almost lost hope. Our boarding school offers a small family environment in an agricultural setting with a balance of discipline and training in an unmistakable atmosphere of mentoring, love and acceptance. Through education, hard work, vocational training, working with animals, recreation, family interaction, and counseling,… More

    6 - 12
    All-boy
    Students
    Teachers
  • St. Paul Lutheran High

    Concordia, MO

    St Paul Lutheran High is a private coed school in Concordia, a rural area in Missouri. 5 other private schools are located in Lafayette County too, but very few - if any - are boarding schools like St Paul Lutheran High is. In terms of religious orientation, St Paul Lutheran High is a Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod school. The academic school years lasts 176 calendar days and each day students spend 8 hours in class. In 2011, 94% of the graduating senior class… More

    9 - 12
    All-boy
    209 Students
    21 Teachers
  • Thomas Jefferson School

    Saint Louis, MO

    Thomas Jefferson School is a private coed school in Saint Louis, a large suburb in Missouri. 159 other private schools are located in St. Louis County too, but very few - if any - are boarding schools like Thomas Jefferson School is. In terms of religious orientation, Thomas Jefferson School is a nonsectarian school. The academic school years lasts 150 calendar days and each day students spend 9 hours in class. In 2011, 100% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges.… More

    7 - 12
    All-boy
    91 Students
    19 Teachers
  • Victory Boys Academy

    Sarcoxie, MO

    Victory Boys Academy is a small therapeutic Christian boarding school located in Missouri to help struggling boys ages 8-12.Victory Boy’s Academy is a small school which allows for much more affordable tuition than most boarding schools. Also, being a smaller school allows staff to work one-on-one with their students. Smaller schools are not a great fit for everyone, but, some boys can greatly benefit being in a smaller, more personal program.With the rapid changes in today’s society, it is becoming more difficult to live… More

    3 - 7
    All-boy
    Students
    Teachers
  • Wentworth Military Academy

    Lexington, MO

    THIS SCHOOL CLOSED IN 2017. More

    9 - 12
    All-boy
    68 Students
    24 Teachers
  • Whetstone Boys Ranch

    Springfield, MO

    Whetstone Boys Ranch is a working cattle ranch and therapeutic Christian school that serves struggling boys ages 12-16 and their families. Here boys live, learn, work and grow as they experience essential individual, group and family therapy, excellent academics, exciting outdoor adventures, and useful hands-on tasks. We believe in sharpening young men to become true servant-leaders in their families and communitiesSince 2011, Whetstone’s purpose centers on the reconciliation of boys (ages 12-16) and their families. Boys live in dorm-style in the boarding school with… More

    6 - 10
    All-boy
    20 Students
    Teachers
  • Wings of Faith Academy

    Stockton, MO

    Wings of Faith is an affordable conservative Christian boarding school designed for pre-teen and teenage girls who are struggling with bad behavior, rebellion, or academic issues. It enrolls girls ages 8-17, year-round. The school provides behavioral correction with an emphasis on Christian values, housed in a comfortable residential ranch setting. They focus on educational excellence, spiritual growth, and a healthy lifestyle with an abundance of outdoor recreation. They provide an environment that helps troubled girls see their issues and decide to make positive changes… More

    3 - 12
    All-girl
    Students
    Teachers

What's Up in Missouri

Chaminade College Prep School View profile »

Chaminade College Prep School is an all-male prep school in St. Louis. It is a private, Catholic school and tuition is around $35,000 a year. There are 87 teachers for 789 students. The school is located in the large Midwestern city of St. Louis, so students are close to the many museums, sports facilities, etc. of the greater metropolitan area. It is dedicated to preparing young men for success in college and life.

St. Paul Lutheran High View profile »

St. Paul Lutheran High is a coed prep school affiliated with the Lutheran Christian church. Over 90% of the graduating class of 2011 went on to a four-year college. It is located in a rural area of Missouri and has a 17 teachers for 209 students.  Its rural setting gives students an opportunity to do many outdoors activities. The school provides a Christian-centered, faith-based education for its students.

Thomas Jefferson School View profile »

Thomas Jefferson is a coed prep school for grades seven through 12 in St. Louis. It is not affiliated with any specific religion and has a student to teacher ratio of 5.87. In 2011, 100% of its graduating senior class matriculated to a four-year college. Students have a 150 day school year and spend nine hours a day in class. It offers a classic liberal arts education to its students designed to teach them how to think and express themselves well.

Wentworth Academy View profile »

Wentworth Academy is a coed prep school in Lafeyette County, a semi-rural area in western Missouri. It has 17 teachers for a class of about 70 students in grades nine through 12. It is not affiliated with any religion or political party. The school stands out since it is both coed and military prep. It provides its students with structure, discipline and college-preparatory education. Students spend eight hours a day in class, and in 2011 45% of graduating seniors went on to four-year colleges after graduation.

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