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Life Lessons for Troubled Boys

A young man’s life is like a frontier — limitless and bounding with potential

Prepare your son for the experience of a lifetime. More than simple therapy, Frontier’s education has long been acknowledged as an amazing and effective way to help preteen and teen boys heal and reset life values and priorities. Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School serves young men 10-17 who are struggling academically or behaviorally and takes them out of their familiar environment and comfort zone to learn deep-standing life lessons that will help them flourish for a lifetime. 

A unique alternative to boarding schools, the Rocky Mountain Frontier program is based on experiential learning encounters for struggling boys, age 10-17, and is owned and operated by a traditional values family that uses the natural opportunities of northwest Wyoming to heal the troubled and wounded youth. Your son will experience pristine nature on his journey of restoration back to the family through traditional principles. With access to their family’s 50,000-acre estate, high plains desert, and the Rocky Mountains of northwest Wyoming, Rocky Mountain Frontier will equip your son with dignity and self-respect as he experiences life at a special place.

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Bring Your Struggling Teen Boy to The Frontier

Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School helps strengthen your struggling teen boy through a very special education. Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School is a school for troubled teens that helps push the boundaries of a boy’s knowledge and skills. Your son will be challenged by situations and provided the knowledge to overcome obstacles within himself and his environment. Your troubled teen will also learn things about home management, life skills, and living the “simple” way of life.

Is your son dealing with:

  • Vaping
  • Anger Management
  • Low Self Esteem
  • Rebellion
  • Defiance
  • Conflict at Home or School
  • Impulsivity
  • Abandonment Struggles
  • Social Skills
  • Asperger’s
  • Anxiety
  • Pornography
  • Poor Peer Choice
  • Social Media and Internet Addiction

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Help for Troubled Boys
Life Changing Experience
Your troubled son will never be the same after coming to The Frontier.

From the high desert of Northwest Wyoming, to the tops of the Absaroka Mountain Range, your troubled son will begin to understand and appreciate the beauty of the great outdoors and develop a sense of awe that will help him explore the ideas of his place in this world.

The question of “why am I here” has many meanings when overlooking the valleys and across the sagebrush, away from family and poor influences. More than a therapeutic approach, at Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School the answers are found in the areas of Family and Community.

Not a Time-Out, Rocky Mountain Frontier is a Time-In:

As a safe place for boys with troubled relationships, we use the surrounding environment as a classroom where your son is taught to face daily challenges head-on, without excuses.

At other places boys who are disruptive often get a “time out,” Rocky Mountain Frontier gives them a “time in” – time outside, time in reflection, and time in communication with himself.

Rocky Mountain Frontier is an outdoor education, experiential encounter with nature in which youth will experience success, dignity, and gain confidence. We also explore the local nature by educational field trips, including trips to area ice caves, Boris Tusk, Yellowstone, Devil’s Tower, and more. Indoor group activities include a wide range of social interactions such as the use of the indoor gym, weightlifting, leather tooling, woodworking crafts, ping pong, pool, card, and board games, etc.


Spring is involved in outdoor learning about calving. Summer is filled with fishing. Fall is taking care of horses. Sledding or tubing on the Sunlight mountain range is a favorite activity during the winter. Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School also have a private outfitting lease on the Beartooth Mountains where boys can relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of hiking, fishing, and day trips. The whole philosophy of Rocky Mountain Frontier is dependent on these experiential learning encounters.

Our Mission

“Healing the Wounded Youth of Today’s Culture with Traditional Principles.” Rocky Mountain Frontier is operated by a caring family that utilizes authentic experiences as a means to heal the troubled and wounded youth of today. Our school for troubled teens uses outdoor education to fulfill our mission. We hope that our family environment will help rebuild the self-respect and social guidance of the child and will enable him to be a morally confident contributing member of society. We believe the activities that are included in our program will educate the mind, strengthen the body, and dignify the spirit of the young men who are sent here. The program at Rocky Mountain Frontier is built to be a unique alternative to traditional methods of behavioral treatment. Outdoor education program helps teen boys reconnect with the natural world and establish a personal foundation that is rooted in traditional values and principles. Located in the mountains of Wyoming, our mission is to restore struggling boys and give them hope for a bright future.

Rocky Mountain Frontier FAQ

Frontier FAQ

What does Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School cost?

Admissions Fee of $2850. Monthly Program Fee: $5,800 per month.

What is included in the monthly tuition cost?

  • Room and Board.
  • Daily supervision, mentoring, and vocational training from the Rocky Mountain Frontier staff.
  • Individual academic tutoring.
  • Access to recreational equipment, indoor sports center.
  • Daily devotional books and materials.

What is NOT included?

  • Health care insurance and medical needs.
  • Individual educational plan-related costs
  • Initial clothing, academic tuition, and books

What are the requirements for admission to The Frontier?

  • Initial phone interview.
  • Completed application.
  • Admission fee and first month payment given upon arrival.

What are the ages of the troubled youth you serve?

Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School serves troubled boys between the ages of 10-17.