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Academic Credentials

Academic Credentials

All of our teachers are fully credentialed, and bring extensive training and experience to their roles. During the admissions process, they begin their assessment of your child’s academic needs. They create an individualized academic program for your child that takes into consideration previous transcripts, diagnoses of learning disabilities, personal interests, talents, and other specific needs or accommodations outlined in an individualized education plan (IEP).

Our educators build on your child’s strengths, and through this one-on-one approach, our students experience the satisfaction of academic success, many for the first time. Thanks in large part to the dedication and passion of our educational staff, almost all of our students go on to college after graduation.

Turning Winds has COGNIA accreditation, a valuable mark of distinction recognized around the world. Each year, Cognia identifies schools and systems that best exemplify excellence in education and stand out in their service to learners, based on the results of our rigorous accreditation process.

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Core Curriculum Subjects

Our core curriculum was built over many years and is constantly updated. For example, history books become outdated and need to be replaced with more recent editions. As in other school systems, the core curriculum at Turning Winds includes English, math, science, history, physical education, and foreign languages such as

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Individualized Support

Our certified educators are dedicated to providing each teen with a high-quality education to set them on a path to future success. Educators structure individualized learning for students based on their unique learning needs. Our team promotes an optimal learning environment for each student to thrive. We offer small class

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Nearby Spaces

While there are so many activities to do on our 150-acre campus, we expand horizons and get out in the world. We regularly find ways to keep kids engaged and find ways to see the world as something more than a screen. We take advantage of everything Montana has to

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Academic Issues And School Failure

Academic Issues And School Failure To excel in the world of academics requires more than intelligence, and the truth is that many youth, who are highly intelligent, struggle academically because they are struggling in other areas of their life. While traditional schools will not likely be equipped to assist troubled youth

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