Alternative middle and high school for Huntsville City Schools, Huntsville, AL
AdvancED accredited private school for students in grades 6 - 12 who prefer a non-traditional classroom.
Residential therapeutic and academic program for ages 12 - 18. Accredited by Joint Commission and AdvancED.
Year-round accredited education for grades 6 - 12. Therapeutic day school or residential program.
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Whether you are searching for a therapeutic day school or a Private Academy in Huntsville, Alabama or a residential treatment program for your teenager, Pinnacle has a program for you. Our professional staff will assist you in determining the best program to meet the needs of your troubled teen. All programs of The Pinnacle Schools are accredited by AdvancED and The Joint Commission. Contact one of our admission professionals to find out how we can help your teen: 866-906-TEEN (8336) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
News Feature — Karen Lee interviewed by William Shatner
Karen Lee, Founder, President and CEO of The Pinnacle Schools, was a featured guest on a patriotic program launched by William Shatner called “Moving America Forward.”
Ms. Lee was selected as a result of her entrepreneurship in founding The Pinnacle Schools and Elk River Treatment Program. These programs provide at-risk teens with therapeutic treatment services in conjunction with comprehensive, individualized academic programs. The show uses a TV news format featuring Mega-star William Shatner who interviews entrepreneurs about their products or achievements. The mission of the show is to help move America forward by giving American’s entrepreneurs the recognition they need to succeed.
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Comprehensive Education and Behavioral Health Programs
Pinnacle Programs provide middle and high school students with accredited education and comprehensive behavioral health services. In many cases, students may work at their own pace with close supervision and assistance from highly qualified and State Certified teachers. Teachers are assisted by trained Behavior Interventionists to provide a safe, nurturing learning environment for students. Upon enrollment, each student receives an assessment to develop his or her education and treatment plan. Program leaders work closely with students, parents and other school counselors to design a program that supports the specific needs of each student whether they are gifted or struggling in school or home. Daily therapeutic support is provided by licensed and master's level social workers. Group sessions include the Counseling Stages of Change, Courage Circle, Anger and Aggression Management, Abandonment, Grief and Loss. Students also have access to weekly group sessions led by an Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor.