Program

Runnymede School For Boys

Address:
1211 E Dade 132, Walnut Grove, MO 65770

Website: http://www.runnymedeschool.com

Gender: Male
Age Range: 12 and Under, 12 - 17

Phone: 417-335-0550

Program type: In-patient - Boarding Schools, Boys Only Boarding Schools, Christian Boarding Schools, Therapeutic Boarding Schools

Description:

Runnymede Boys Boarding School offers an intensive discipleship program that is structured to help the boy gain mastery over entrenched bad habits and behaviors and to instill foundational attitudes and behaviors that will prepare him to lead Godly lives. This program prepares young men for a disciplined life and encompasses three aspects:

About Program:

Cost Per Day: $50 - $150

Financial assistance available: No

Average Length of Stay: 6 to 12 Months

Number of clients at facility: 1 - 5

Staff to Client Ratio: 1:1

Staff credentials:

Accredited school on site: No

Spiritual component: Yes

Christian programming: Yes

Family counseling available: Yes

Licensed within state: No

Services:

Wilderness Therapy Component

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Runnymede School For Boys

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