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.
- Natural horsemanship training.
- Access to recreational equipment and 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 Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School?
- Initial phone interview.
- Completed application.
- Admission fee and first month payment given upon arrival.
What are the ages of the troubled youth you serve?
The Frontier serves young men between the ages of 10-17.
What type of boys come to Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys Ranch and School?
To ensure that The Frontier is a safe environment for your son, we do not accept boys who are a danger to them-selves, others, our livestock, or our property. We determine the eligibility of each child who comes during the initial phone interview, at which time we review the boy’s behavioral history and his mental disposition.
When do you take applications for Rocky Mountain Frontier?
Applications are processed year-round.
How long does it take to process an application?
It could happen quickly depending on how long it takes to fill out the application and send your deposit to reserve your son’s space. Usually three days to a week.
What is the recommended length of stay at Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School?
The length of time we recommend will be determined by the needs of each child and is typically assessed during his 30-day probationary period. We find that most boys benefit from a minimum of 45-90 days. Some families stay as long as 12 months for maximum life impact in their son. Rocky Mountain Frontier also has a12-month guarantee: if your son resumes negative behavior after a 12 month stay, we will take him back into our program for one month free.
Do all the troubled youth attend school?
Not necessarily: academic enrollment is based upon the length of stay and the wishes of each boy’s parent(s).
What curriculum is recommended at Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys Ranch and School?
We recommend that the parents enroll their child in the Our Lady of the Rosary or Seton home study program. Our Lady of the Rosary is a correspondence school that offers complete teacher services, texts, lesson plans, workbooks, tests, grading and full diplomas. We can also accommodate any other pre-arranged curriculum. Consult our “Parent Handbook” for more information.
Is there an airport near the ranch?
Yes: the nearest airports are in Cody, Wyoming or Billings, Montana.
Please keep in mind, a phone interview is still the best way to see if your troubled youth will be helped at Rocky Mountain Frontier Boys School.