Students: 55 | Faculty: 40 | Grades: N/A | Gender: Coed
Founded in 1989, Heartlight Ministries is a non-profit Christian Boarding School, dedicated to educating troubled teens and helping their families cope. The program is year-round and both girls and boys are eligible for enrollment. The capacity is 48 residents.
The admissions process requires a phone conference and completion of a three-form packet, which includes an application and medical history form. The final step of the admissions process is a face-to-face interview.
The campus includes separate lodges for boys and girls, conference center, lake house and many more amenities.
A tranquil place for healing, this Christian Boarding School offers counseling, academics, group therapy and mentoring. It promotes decision-making that will lead to a healthy, productive life.
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