The school at the Project Patch youth ranch is accredited by the State of Idaho Department of Education and by the AdvancED(NWAC) as a special purpose school. Our progressive school program prepares young men for higher learning and deepens their comprehension of what they are currently studying.
A Dynamic Learning System The Project Patch school has been developed specifically to serve our students’ needs. The individualized program allows your son to succeed where he may have failed in other environments. To ensure a smooth transition home, our program includes the following important elements:
Teacher-directed and -facilitated.
Classes separated by gender.
Individualized coursework to accommodate each student’s ability and experience.
GED, cooperation with other schools, and correspondence courses (at parents’ expense) available.
Computers are used for skill building, assessments, homework assignments. Students do not have open Internet or web search access. Certain classes use online resources which students access on supervised computers with very limited online capabilities. We teach kids on the latest generation of software and hardware such as Microsoft Office Suite.