Lakeview

Biological Males

Male Campus

Our peaceful location is part of what makes our healing process work—the open spaces, clean air, and beautiful mountains create a calm and safe environment where change can occur.

Daily Schedule

The day-to-day routine at Alpine Academy has been intentionally created to replicate life at home as much as possible. Because of this, our students are better equipped and more successful at maintaining their skills when they return home.

Monday – Thursday Schedule

6:30 am – Students wake up, complete morning routine, and eat breakfast.

7:50 am – Walk to the Education Center for classes.

8:00 – 2:40 pm – School: Our classes here at Alpine are on a block schedule. Each student has a total of 10 class periods, 5 per day that alternate. Periods 1-5 (A days) are Monday and Wednesday. Periods 6-10 (B days) are Tuesday and Thursday.

3:00-4:30 pm – Group Therapy/Events (Mon: Intramural Sports, Tue: Folder For Life Group, Wed: Relationship Group, Thu: Specialty Group)

4:30-6:00 pm – Daily check-in, free time, and homework/study hour.

6:00 – 7:30 pm – Dinner, evening chores, and assigned household tasks.

7:30 pm – Family Meeting to discuss important issues.

7:45 – 8:30 pm – Free time/downtime for various activities.

8:30 – 10:00 pm – Additional free time, bedtime preparations, and winding down. (Thu: Extended free time)

Friday Schedule

8:00 – 9:00 am – Breakfast, morning chores, and school preparations.

Friday School Schedule (C-Day) at Alpine Academy:

9:00 am – 12:00 pm – Rotations

Five experiential learning classes focusing on Humanities, Math, Science, Personal Development, and College and Career Readiness.
Monitored internet use and structured homework time.

12:00 – 12:30 pm – Lunch

12:30 – 2:40 pm – Clubs

Two-hour clubs for healthy hobbies and activities.
Students stay in one club for a quarter and can switch afterward.
Activities include yearbook, music, culture, horsemanship, and more.

4:30 – 6:00 pm – Daily check-in and free time.

Review of progress and earned privileges.
Free time for reading, TV, exercise, or games.
Dinner preparation.

6:00 – 7:30 pm – Dinner and evening chores.

Family meal with assigned household chores.

7:30 pm – Family Meeting.

Discuss significant issues, make group decisions, and review accomplishments.

7:45 – 10:00 pm – Free time/downtime/family activity.

Studying, reading, laundry, TV, phone calls, or games.
Weekly planned family activities like movies, bowling, hiking, or crafting.

Weekend Schedule

8:00 am – Wake up, quick snack, and morning exercise at the gym.

8:30-10:00 am – Gym workout (weights, racquetball, yoga, or basketball).

10:00 am – Breakfast and morning chores.

11:00-12:00 pm – Shower and prepare for the day.

12:00-2:00 pm – Quiet/free time for reading, journaling, homework, or therapy assignments.

2:00-3:00 pm – Lunch and preparation for afternoon activities.

3:00-7:00 pm – Special activities like arts festivals, craft shows, crafts, theater, park visits, errands, or home projects.

7:00 pm – Dinner and evening chores.

8:00 pm – Family Meeting to discuss significant issues, make group decisions, and review accomplishments.

8:15-10:00 pm – Free time/downtime/privilege activity.

Extra studying, reading, laundry, TV, phone calls, or games.
Some homes go to the gym for a workout.
Weekly planned privilege activities for well-performing students, such as ice cream outings, laser tag/arcade, or manicures.

Campus Life

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Graduations

Unlike traditional schools, graduation ceremonies at Alpine focus on a single student. Their accomplishment is celebrated with their family and many others closest to them during their journey. And every graduation ceremony ends with a very special Alpine tradition. View our video gallery to watch a selection of graduations and hear first-hand our students’ transformation.

Campus Life

Campus Life

Alpine Academy is located next to a multitude of easily accessible activities and recreation. Within minutes of campus are hiking and horse trails, swimming, bowling, laser tag, golf, and volunteer opportunities. Alpine students are able to participate in day trips to museums, art festivals, car shows, theaters, concerts, comic cons, amusement parks, and a plethora of additional outdoor activities like fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, trampoline parks, water parks, ice skating, and sledding. Short activities like the ones listed here occur weekly and vary depending on the season.

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Adventure Trips

Alpine Academy participates in adventure trips where students and staff may for a day trip or camping overnight. During these trips the students have the opportunity to be challenged in a different environment, display the leadership and peer relation skills they’ve learned, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Experiences include hiking, rock climbing and bouldering, fishing, water sports, ziplines, and rope courses. The emphasis is on growth and development, just as much as fun. These trips are for all students and the cost is included in tuition fees.

Physical Activity

Physical Activity

Alpine Academy is a great time for teens to discover ways in which athletics and physical fitness can become helpful in expending pent–up energy, blowing off steam, and experiencing new ways to cope with their daily struggles through physical activity.

It’s common to see a pick-up game of basketball at lunch time or a therapy session with a student and therapist walking around campus or playing catch. Alpine Academy’s campus provides wide open space as well as facilities for moving around and learning new physical skills in a fun, safe, and friendly environment. Several students have learned to ride a bike or gone sleigh riding for the first time. Some find a new-found love for weight lifting or rowing. Others are quite athletic and may be skilled at a team sport. They are encouraged to try new experiences that provide choices for them in how to spend their time and work through difficult issues. As they develop their skills, gain strength and coordination, and feel better in their bodies, their self confidence grows.

Media Time

Media Time

Students are able to access electronic games, music, movies, and other technological activities under the direct supervision of the Teen LIFE Coach team. Privileges and personal time are earned throughout the week by completing schoolwork, fully participating in therapy, and managing personal responsibilities such as laundry and household chores. Media time is closely monitored to ensure its content is appropriate for our milieu.

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Team Sports

Students can participate on community recreation teams and participate in county soccer, basketball and baseball leagues. This allows students who have a particular skill and interest in a team sport to be a part of a team and complete to improve those skills. Practices and games provide our students the opportunity to also practice their social skills with peers outside of our program. They are able to expand their skill, keep their commitments, learn a new hobby, strengthen their resilience, stay active, and practice good teamwork and sportsmanship.

Service and Volunteering

Service and Volunteering

Students have opportunities at school in the home to participate in service projects and volunteer with different charitable organizations. Some of these experiences include helping out at the humane society, participating in 5K runs for cancer awareness and fundraising, helping with student art projects and local elementary schools, cleaning the Children’s Justice Center, working at the local food bank, and making blankets for the city fire department. Teen LIFE Coaches seek out these opportunities in the community and provide the teens in their home with opportunities to serve others.

Parent Weekends

Parent Weekends

Parents will have an opportunity to explore the campus and see the space that their child will be learning and living in. Parents will also have time to meet with therapists and school teachers to get an accurate assessment of how their child is doing here at Alpine Academy.

Interactive Campus Map

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Meet the Team

Josey Boyd

Josey Boyd

Medication Coordinator

Adam Pendleton, MD, MBA, FAPA

Adam Pendleton, MD, MBA, FAPA

Psychiatrist

Chad S. Jarvis, MS, PA-C

Chad S. Jarvis, MS, PA-C

24/7 On Call Physician Assistant

Iris Barola

Iris Barola

Central Scheduler

Brittany Bullock

Brittany Bullock

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Britt Powell

Britt Powell

Medication Coordinator

Briana Lynch

Briana Lynch

Behavior Analyst & Consultant

Annessa Heaton

Annessa Heaton

Campus LIFE Coordinator

Megan Claborn

Megan Claborn

Team LIFE Coordinator

Kevin Campos

Kevin Campos

Team LIFE Supervisor

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Student Success

Students Give Alpine Straight A’s

Therapists

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Addressing Needs

93% percent of students are satisfied their therapist understands their treatment needs and is skillful in providing individual help.

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Treatment

93% percent of students are satisfied their therapist is effectively helping their family with treatment needs.

Educators

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A+

Academic Goals

94% percent of students are satisfied that teachers use a variety of teaching strategies to help them learn.

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A+

Preparation

98% percent of students are satisfied that teachers are prepared every day.

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Course Selection

90% percent of students are satisfied with the variety and difficulty of courses available at Alpine Academy.

Teen LIFE COaches

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A+

Student Care

98% Percent of students are satisfied that Teen LIFE Coaches care about them and their success in the future.

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Success

97% Percent of students are satisfied that Teen LIFE Coaches have helped them succeed on their issues.

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Skills

98% Percent of students are satisfied that Teen LIFE Coaches have taught them how to accept feedback, follow instructions, get along with others, care for belongings and create good study habits.