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Did you know that most military schools no longer accept troubled or unruly kids? A few of them welcome such boys and girls and have counselors and mentors trained to solve their motivational, behavioral and/or academic issues. I can tell you which ones.
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This directory is designed to help families understand the ins and outs of military school education. It is a new day for military schools — they are not for troubled kids, but instead they are for those who wish to get ahead in life and career. This directory of military schools and military academies will help you explore the available options and select the best military school.
Should you need help finding boarding schools for troubled teens, therapeutic schools near me, and affordable boarding schools please let us know. Military schools offer structure, mentorship and a safe environment that limits distractions and temptations that can detract from academic and personal progress. Still, military schools are not always the right choice for every young person. While military schools offer structure, and academic and athletic discipline in a controlled environment, military schools are not intended to act as a rehabilitation program. Military schools want students who wish to prepare themselves for a future in a collegiate, military, or professional setting.