Measurement of Overall Improvement
Parents of Alpine Academy students take an internationally respected, scientifically validated survey when their daughter begins treatment; they take the same survey when the girl leaves. Comparison of these two time-points confirm statistically significant behavior change between intake and discharge.
Results show an average 61 point drop in the overall Y-OQ score, which tracks general behavioral dysfunction (over 4 times the benchmark for reliable change).
Measurements of Other Clinical Improvement
There is also statistically significant improvement evident across several clinical domains. Results show:
Students perform better while at Alpine Academy
The average increase in GPA from intake to discharge is .74 points, almost one full letter grade.
Students learn to be better students at Alpine Academy
During a student’s first grading period at Alpine, her average GPA is 3.07; during her last grading period at Alpine, her average GPA is 3.36.
63% of our students come to Alpine Academy behind in credits. 98% of students are back on track to graduate with a diploma at the time of discharge.
The average Alpine Academy student achieves a sufficient or substantial level of mastery on 88% of all measureable core standards.
Scores based on the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT 4)
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.
That’s an 11% increase in reading, and 13% increase in math!
of parents are satisfied that the therapist is accurately identifying and addressing the therapeutic needs of their daughter.
of parents are satisfied that the therapist is able to help them accomplish their goals by partnering with them and seeking their input.
of parents are satisfied with the support they receive from the therapist in listening and validating their concerns regarding their child.
of parents are satisfied that Alpine Academy’s educators are meeting their daughter’s academic goals.
of parents are satisfied that the academic program is adequately preparing their daughter to transition to her next school setting.
of parents are satisfied with the variety of course selection available at Alpine Academy.
of parents are satisfied with the amount of cooperation and assistance they have received from the Family Teachers.
of parents are satisfied that the Family Teachers are doing an effective job in helping their daughter.
of parents are satisfied with the level of communication they have with the Family Teachers.
of girls are satisfied that their therapist understands their treatment needs and is skillful in providing individual help.
of girls are satisfied that their therapist is effective in helping their family work on treatment needs.
of girls are satisfied that their teachers use a variety of teaching strategies in order to help them learn.
of girls are satisfied that their teachers are prepared every day.
of girls are satisfied with the variety and difficulty of courses available at Alpine Academy.
of girls are satisfied that the Family Teachers care about them and their success in the future.
of girls are satisfied that the Family Teachers have been able to help them succeed on their issues.
of girls are satisfied that the Family Teachers have been able to teach them important skills, such as how to accept feedback, follow instructions, get along better with others, care for your belongings, and good study habits.
of referring professionals are satisfied that the therapist has been effective in achieving the family/girl’s treatment goals.
of referring professionals are satisfied with the amount of cooperation they have received from the therapist in their interactions with Alpine Academy concerning the family/client.
of referring professionals are satisfied with the level of verbal and written communication they have had with the therapist concerning the family/client.
of referring professionals are satisfied with the level of professionalism and clinical skill the therapist has exhibited in their interactions with them.