All Boys Boarding Schools for Troubled Teens from Iowa
Is your son acting out? Showing aggressive behavior towards you, the family, even peers? We understand that becoming a young man can be an overwhelming and stressful time for your son and yourself as a parent. We are equipped with theraputic programs and professional intructors to channel the frustration into a more positive and productive skill set.
Cedar Ridge Academy is prepared to help parents from Iowa who desire expert guidance in dealing with a difficult teenage boy. We can help you find effective and affordable boarding schools even if our program is not the best fit for your child. Let us coach and guide you to your best options. Let the experts at Cedar Ridge help you to utilize any and all forms of funding to restore your family. Call 866-471-6629.
Boarding Schools & What We Offer for Boys
Cedar Ridge Academy offers a number of fun and unique activities to ensure that your son has an enjoyable stay with us. One of our most popular activities is our karate instruction. This program teaches the youths staying with us self-defense and discipline while also giving them a fun way to pass the time and channel any frustration or aggression he might be struggling with.
Do Boarding Schools Offer a Highly Trained and Passionate Staff?
Because a program is only as good as the staff members implementing it, Cedar Ridge Academy ensures that everyone who works with your child will be highly trained and committed to making a difference in the lives of young people from Iowa. Professional educators and compassionate staff members want to create a safe and comfortable enviroment for your son to learn about him self and his potential.
If you feel your teenager may be involved in drugs or alcohol, look for the early warning signals like lying, moodiness, losing interest in activities that used to be important to him, and a change in peer group, appearance or sleeping habits. As well, obvious signs of a problem could be legal troubles or dropping grades.
Most teens withdraw from parents, but some sink into themselves too far. They might feel profoundly alone and alienated, unable to connect with any safe adult. They crave friendships but feel too afraid to reach out to others. They might have poor self-images and little confidence. Your child could be prey for those belonging to the “wrong crowd” because of her desire to belong.