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4 Easy Steps to Get Enrolled at Ozark Trails Academy

STEP 1: Evaluate Since your situation is unique, we can best help determine if your struggling teen will be a good fit for Ozark Trails Academy residential treatment center when you talk to an admissions counselor. Their job is to listen to your situation and answer your specific questions. Call or text now at (417) 278-6868‬

At this point, you are also welcome to set up a school tour if you’d like.

STEP 2: Apply for Enrollment After you have determined that your son or daughter will be a good fit for Ozark Trails, you can begin to fill out an enrollment application.

After submitting a completed enrollment application, we will review it and contact you to let you know your student’s enrollment status. If you have any questions, please call or text Jamie at (417) 278-6868‬.

STEP 3: Complete an Admissions Packet After your student has been accepted for enrollment at Ozark Trails, your admissions counselor will email you an Admissions Packet that you can fill out and submit online.

STEP 4: Enrollment and Evaluation Once your son or daughter arrives at Ozark Trails Academy we will arrange for an educational and therapeutic evaluation as we begin the treatment process.

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Year-Round Enrollment

Ozark Trails Academy is a year-round program and can accept new students at any time.

Acceptance is based on a combination of a review of the student’s current and past history of behavior, and consultation with the student’s parents.

We have affordable boarding school options with financing (limited number of spots available). Your medical insurance may also help cover the cost of treatment. To check your insurance coverage, call/text Jamie at ‪417-278-6868

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Our Students Typically Have/Exhibit—

  • Harmful/destructive behaviors
  • ADHD
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • School Failure
  • Lying
  • Depression
  • Theft
  • Drug/alcohol Abuse
  • Sexual promiscuity
  • Suicidal ideations