Welcome to Asheville Academy. For years, our private therapeutic boarding school for troubled youth in North Carolina has helped troubled youth in North Carolina find their way back to happy, healthy lives. We have worked with hundreds of families, and we understand what a difficult decision you face in trusting your child to someone else’s care.


If you are the parent or caregiver of a troubled youth in North Carolina, we respect that you’re considering boarding school as one of your options. Our unique program focuses on girls and AFAB ages 10-14. At our serene private location in the Appalachian mountains, troubled girls find themselves again. Using the residential boarding school model, we offer an atmosphere that feels like home. Here, each student can have their individual needs recognized and addressed.  We help our girls realize their true potential goes far beyond the challenges of adolescence. By regaining their confidence, girls and AFAB gain hope again for the life they know they can create.


What makes our program so exciting to students and their families? Every day, there’s so much going on here. Top-notch academics, professional counseling, therapeutic horse riding – this place is worlds away from your child’s previous school experience. The social environment is also unique. Unlike a normal school where teachers may turn a blind eye or encourage bullying, our staff members work directly with students to foster friendship, emotional maturity, and accountability. We help our girls and AFAB manage their emotions, confront social anxieties, and learn to make lasting friendships based on mutual respect.


If any or all of this sounds right for your child, please contact us today. Our admissions team is on hand to discuss any and all questions, and we’ll be happy to help you determine if we’re a good fit for your family. To get in touch with us, call (800) 264-8709 or fill out the form to your right.


Asheville Academy: a therapeutic boarding school for troubled youth in North Carolina.

Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, High Point, Asheville, Greenville, Concord, Gastonia, Chapel Hill


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