March 4, 2010 (Newswire.com) - Education is a very important part of the life of youth today. Today's troubled youth, in many cases, have fallen behind in school and are not on track to graduate. Troubled youth that drop out of school or do not complete graduation have a harder time finding jobs, and experience more unemployment during their work careers. In recent years, the average income has increased for college graduates, while it has actually declined for dropouts.
These sobering statistics point towards the absolute need for a high school education. Troubled teens and troubled youth need help. There is help available through Residential Treatment Centers and Therapeutic Boarding Schools. There are many options to choose from when looking for help with a troubled teen. Some important things to look for in a residential facility are: education credentials, participation programs (such as 4-H), therapy, counseling, and dedicated staff. One of the best learning experiences for students in a residential treatment center can come from their involvement with 4-H or other group activities.
Sorenson's Ranch School has an excellent 4-H program and helps student's progress through a very unique equine therapy program. This incorporates a horse therapy program with the overall therapeutic environment. Sorenson's Ranch is accredited through the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools and can help students that are behind in school get back on track for graduation. The unique learning environment at Sorenson's Ranch School is a valuable asset to a struggling teenager.
You can learn more about Sorenson's Ranch School by visiting http://www.sorensonsranch.com or calling the admissions office at 1-888-830-4802