Service Learning Program
at Master’s Ranch – West

service learning at the boarding schoolService Learning addresses the meaning of Christian service and the importance of student’s contributions to their community through service. This opportunity focuses on the meaning of service to the individual, the community and to God’s Kingdom*. It provides a framework for how young people will put their leadership skills into action. The students will participate in several Service Learning Projects during their time at Master’s Ranch. Projects include but are not limited to serving at a homeless shelter, inventory at food banks, reading for elementary students, senior care visitations, and home care for the disabled.

*These services are provided outside of the academic hours and are not part of the educational program offered at Master’s Ranch through the Prescott School District.

We can also help you in your search for other troubled teen boarding schools, teen boarding schools, affordable boarding schools, Christian help for troubled teens, therapeutic schools, or troubled girl boarding schools. Master’s Ranch is a military school that is a Christian boarding school for boys that helps rebellious boys who are at risk and defiant or out of control. Designed for troubled teenage boys Master’s Ranch helps boys with ADHD, ODD – Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) and boys who are suffering from depression. If you are a parent with a troubled teenage boy and are looking at alternative schools, boot camps, troubled teen programs, military schools, therapeutic programs, wilderness programs, or therapeutic boarding schools for teens, call us to see how affordable Master’s Ranch is. While this program is not a military school, military schools are often a parent’s first thought when their boy is in trouble.

Service Learning Program at Master's Ranch - West

Service Learning addresses the meaning of Christian service and the importance of student's contributions to their community through service