Even though parents have the best intentions for their children, they often start running with the wrong crowd. Emotional growth schools provide educational structure with emotional, social, and behavioral growth. Most students respond well from this type of a positive peer pressure model. Credits are earned and diplomas granted and at the same time students can work on their issues.

Students who would benefit from this type of environment may exhibit some of the following characteristics:

  • Low self-esteem

  • Poor school performance

  • Argumentative

  • Running away

  • Drug or alcohol use

These schools have different levels of therapeutic components and range in terms of care provided. At Campus Selection, Londa May, can help to determine which school will meet the needs of your child and which level of treatment is the right approach.