Thank you for your interest in Asheville Academy for Girls. Asheville Academy is a uniquely designed therapeutic boarding school for young girls, ages 10 to 14 who are struggling with life’s demands. Our team has been working with this specific group of adolescents for over 7 years. Combined, our experience totals over 50+ years with adolescent girls, therapeutic environments, and boarding schools for troubled children.
Middle school is a challenge in the best of times as expectations change and become more sophisticated; the academic landscape becomes unfamiliar, social relationships become more complex and family systems can become overwhelmed. Nestled in a small mountain cove about 15 miles from downtown Asheville, Asheville Academy provides a safe, home-like setting where our students can develop their personal relationship skills, focus on academics, and reconnect with their families in healthy ways. We look forward to being able to work with your daughter and supporting your family. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions by completing our Online Form for more information or calling us directly at (800) 264-8709.
Bryan Tomes has lead schools for troubled children with great results. He has spoken and consulted for national media outlets, and organizations on how to help children with behavioral issues. In leading Asheville Academy for Girls he brings his years of expertise to families from all over the country, and a long standing record of success.
Contact us for more information on how his years of experience in schools for troubled children can help you get your daughter back, (800) 264-8709.
Asheville Academy is a therapeutic boarding school for girls based in Asheville, North Carolina. Built on a strong foundation to help troubled youth and troubled girls, we have become one of the best girls academy programs in the US. Families come from all over the country, including Raleigh, North Carolina, Atlanta, Georgia, Miami, Florida, the D.C. area, Maryland, New York, Texas, Virginia, Connecticut, and New Jersey.