TPS Therapeutic Day School - Huntsville

Located at 2800 Bob Wallace Avenue in Huntsville, Alabama, The Pinnacle Schools Huntsville Campus is a private year-round, therapeutic school specializing in education and therapeutic care of students in grades 6-12. TPS' Therapeutic Day School is accredited by The Joint Commission.

The Pinnacle Schools' Huntsville Campuses provide middle and high school students with comprehensive academic and therapeutic services in a private school setting. Typical students of The Pinnacle Schools do not function at their best in a traditional classroom setting and achieve success with a blended learning model. TPS incorporates individual computer-based instruction with support by certified teachers in the classroom. Other services available to students promote learning and life skills development such as group counseling, anger management, coping strategies and substance abuse counseling. Students may earn their high school diploma while attending The Pinnacle Schools or transition to their local school.

Courses include the full range of core curriculum, honors, college prep and numerous electives. School administrators and counselors work closely with parents, students and school counselors to design an individualized program of study that best supports the student’s specific goals. Parents and students can monitor their progress through the Parent Portal.

Late Pick Up Policy

If a student is not picked up within 30 minutes of school dismissal time, the parent will be charged $1.00 per minute for each minute the student is without transportation. After 1 hour, The Pinnacle Schools will notify the Department of Human Resources that the student has been left without transportation. Late pick-up fees must be paid in order for the student to return to school.

For more information about The Pinnacle Schools Huntsville Campus, call (256) 536-9515.

The Pinnacle Schools Huntsville Campus supports the mission of The Pinnacle Schools by providing an environment of respect, acceptance, and challenge where students can become self directed, educated, and contributing members of society.

Dress Codes
NOTE: TPS is not responsible for any items that are confiscated from students. Items of value should not be brought to school.

DRESS CODE: BOYS

  • Khaki pants that are not too big or too little (no rips or holes). No jeans.
  • White collared polo type shirt or shirt from Pinnacle with logo (purchase for $10).
  • Under shirts must be white, black, or gray.
  • Only solid white or black sneakers. (Laces, soles and logos must be the same color as the shoes. Only tennis shoes are allowed.)
  • Only solid white, black, or gray socks.
  • Only solid white, black, or gray sweatshirts and sweaters may be worn.
  • Sweatshirts or sweaters cannot be hooded.
  • Sweatshirts or sweaters cannot have graphics.
  • No jewelry (to include watches, piercings, etc.)
  • No accessories such as wallets, purses, backpacks, or electronics of any sort.
  • A black or brown belt must be worn for pants with belt loops. If not worn, zip ties may be substituted for a belt at staff discretion.
  • Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
  • Only boxers or briefs are allowed under pants (Ex. No basketball shorts or any shorts)
  • No hats, bandanas, or headgear of any kind.
  • Jackets will be allowed in appropriate weather. They must be checked at the door for the entire school day. If it is solid white, black, or gray, with no hood, it can be considered for classroom wear. No khaki color jackets allowed.

DRESS CODE: GIRLS

  • Khaki pants that are not too large or too small (no rips or holes). No tights, jeggins or jeans.
  • White collared polo type shirt or shirt from Pinnacle with logo (purchase for $10).
  • Under shirts must be white, black, or gray.
  • Only solid white or black sneakers. (Laces, soles and logos must be the same color as the shoes. Only tennis shoes are allowed.)
  • Only solid white, black, or gray socks.
  • Only solid white, black, or gray sweatshirts or sweaters may be worn.
  • Sweatshirts or sweaters cannot be hooded.
  • Sweatshirts or sweaters cannot have graphics.
  • No jewelry (to include watches, piercings, etc.)
  • No accessories such as wallets, purses, backpacks, or electronics of any sort.
  • A black or brown belt must be worn for pants with belt loops. If not worn, zip ties may be substituted for a belt at staff discretion.
  • Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
  • No revealing tops or spandex.
  • Undergarments (such as bra and panties) must be worn at all times and must not show through clothing.
  • No hats, bandanas, or headgear of any sort will be allowed, etc.
  • Jackets will be allowed in appropriate weather. They must be checked at the door for the entire school day. If it is solid white, black or gray, with no hood, it can be considered for classroom wear.