Measurement of Overall Improvement
Youth Outcome Questionnaire (Y-OQ)
Parents of Alpine Academy students take an internationally respected, scientifically validated survey when their son or daughter begins treatment; they take the same survey when their child leaves. Comparison of these two time-points confirm statistically significant behavior change between intake and discharge.
Results show an average 52 point drop in the overall Youth Outcome Questionnaire (Y-0Q) score, which tracks general behavioral dysfunction (over 4 times the benchmark for a clinically significant change).
Measurement of Other Clinical Improvements
There is also statistically significant improvement evident across several clinical domains. Results show:
In Attention Problems
In Relationship Problems
Students Noticing Change
Alpine Academy students also report statistically significant, reliable change from intake to discharge. Results show:
In Total Scores of Behavioral Stress
Parents Grade Alpine Academy
98% of parents who are satisfied that therapists are accurately identifying and addressing the therapeutic needs of their child.
98% of parents who are satisfied that therapists are able to help them accomplish their goals by partnering with them and seeking their input.
Understanding The Child
94% of parents who are satisfied with support received from therapists in listening to and validating their concerns regarding their child.
94% of parents who are satisfied that educators are meeting their child’s academic goals.
94% of parents who are satisfied that the academic program is preparing their child for their next school setting.
92% of parents who are satisfied with the variety of courses available at Alpine.
96% of parents who are satisfied with the amount of cooperation and assistance they receive from Family Teachers.
99% of parents who are satisfied that Family Teachers are effectively helping their child.
90% of parents who are satisfied with the level of communication they have with Family Teachers.
Superior Student Performance
Students Perform Better
While at Alpine Academy, students make significant gains in reading comprehension and math computation. They move from the 51st percentile to the 62nd percentile in reading comprehension; in math, they move from the 38th percentile to the 51st percentile.
The average increase in GPA from intake to discharge is .74 points, almost one full letter grade.
During a student’s first grading period at Alpine, their average GPA is 3.07; during their last grading period at Alpine, their average GPA is 3.36.
Scores based on the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT 4)
First Grading Period
Last Grading Period
Back On Track
Behind On Credits
63% of students who arrive on campus behind in credits.
Back On Track
98% of students are able to get back on track to graduate with a diploma at the time of discharge.
Mastery of Core Standards
Students achieve an 88% of mastery in all measurable core standards.
Students Give Alpine Straight A’s
93% percent of students are satisfied their therapist understands their treatment needs and is skillful in providing individual help.
93% percent of students are satisfied their therapist is effectively helping their family with treatment needs.
94% percent of students are satisfied that teachers use a variety of teaching strategies to help them learn.
98% percent of students are satisfied that teachers are prepared every day.
90% percent of students are satisfied with the variety and difficulty of courses available at Alpine Academy.
98% Percent of students are satisfied that Family Teachers care about them and their success in the future.
97% Percent of students are satisfied that Family Teachers have helped them succeed on their issues.
98% Percent of students are satisfied that Family Teachers have taught them how to accept feedback, follow instructions, get along with others, care for belongings and create good study habits.
Alpine Academy is the Clear Choice
98% of referring professionals who are satisfied that the therapist has been effective in achieving the family/client’s treatment goals.
93% of referring professionals who are satisfied with the amount of cooperation they have received from the therapist in their interactions with Alpine Academy concerning the family/client.
95% of referring professionals who are satisfied with the level of verbal and written communication they have had with the therapist concerning the family/client.
98% of referring professionals who are satisfied with the level of professionalism and clinical skill the therapist has exhibited in their interactions with them.