Therapetuic Boarding School for Boys
Building Brighter Tomorrows for the Boys of Today
PO Box 678
Emmett, ID 83617
Therapeutic Boarding School for At Risk Boys
Cherry Gulch is a therapeutic boarding school for boys between 10 and 14 years old. We work with middle school boys who have a variety of behavioral and or emotional problems including but not limited to anger, anxiety, ADHD, depression, learning differences, oppositional defiance, poor social skills and poor peer relations.
Cherry Gulch offers the wide-open space of country living and the benefit of a metropolitan area. We are located near Boise, Idaho, on 220 acres of pristine ranch land with beautiful views of mountains, valleys, Black Canyon Reservoir, and the Payette River. Students have easy access to natural wonders but are also close to many museums and the cosmopolitan activities of Boise.
Students learn to address issues that have prevented them from achieving academic and personal success in a highly structured, nurturing, healthy peer environment. The Academy's highly skilled teaching faculty and staff members have proven records in working with children who may have displayed behavior that is symptomatic of low self-esteem and self-concept.
||No more than 10 students
||We have at least one certified teacher for every 10 students plus several teaching assistants on campus. Our Student/Staff ratio is 4 to 1 or better.
||$8,995.00 per month
|| Private Pay Only
||Camping is part of our regularly scheduled activities and we lease a campground in the Sawtooth mountains and take trips to the Oregon Coast, Yellowstone, and other interesting places.
|| We are accredited by the NorthWest Association of Accredited Schools and licensed by the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare
|| National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP)
|Area of Focus:
|| We work with middle school boys who have a variety of behavioral and or emotional problems including but not limited to anger, anxiety, ADHD, depression, learning differences, oppositional defiance, poor social skills and poor peer relations.
||Building brighter tomorrows for the boys of today.