Shepherds Hill Academy

Rating: 5 stars   10 reviews

Issues: Children & Youth, Mental Health, Education

Location: 2200 Price Road Martin GA 30557 USA

Mission: Our Mission is to build intellectual, social, emotional, and spiritual character into struggling teens, and their families, so they may use their integrity of character to integrate and impact today’s culture for the glory of God, and the benefit of society.
Results: We are in the initial stages of learning ways to do fundraisers. We are in need of computers for our classrooms, buildings for our staff & students, and many other needed necessities.
Target demographics: Those wanting to save a troubled teen's life. (Parents, Grand-parents, Guardians, etc. of troubled teenagers) Teens being helped are 12 - 17 years old.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 50 or more students
Geographic areas served: Georgia serving teens across America. Have served students from other countries.
Programs: Christian Boarding School, Licensed Residential Care and Therapeutic Program for Troubled Teens.
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Rating: 5 stars  

I have served with Shepherd's HIll Academy since 2005. I entered in looking at this ministry as another job, a way to make money to pay my college bills. Little did I know, my employment would ignite a passion in me to grow and mature and to serve families in crisis all over America.

I enjoy the environment at Shepherd's Hill Academy. It truly challenges students and staff alike to grow in their character, integrity and relationship building skills. In addition, because of its Christ-centered structure and authoritative environment, staff and students are able to develop how to practically apply biblical truths to their daily living.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

my leadership development, critical and constructive thinking, spiritual integrity, the importance of a Biblical Worldview, and how to serve families in crisis with struggling teenagers.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

I would focus on developing more volunteer efforts.

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