Therapeutic Alternative Private School in Huntsville Alabama

Private Academy, Therapeutic & Virtual School

A Positive Alternative to Traditional Public Schools for Boys & Girls in Grades 6 - 12

The Pinnacle Schools

Pinnacle provides AdvancED accredited educational programs in Huntsville, AL that include a Therapeutic Alternative School and College Prep Private Academy. Pinnacle also provides a Virtual School program and a Residential Treatment Program for struggling teens up to age 18. We can help you determine which program meets the needs of your child. Call one of our admission advisers to find out how we can help your teen: 256-518-9998 or contact us online.

Comprehensive Education and Behavioral Health Programs

The Pinnacle Schools provide AdvancED accredited education programs with behavioral health services as needed. All Pinnacle programs are accredited in Behavioral Health Care by The Joint Commission. 

In many cases, students work at their pace with close supervision and assistance as needed from Highly Qualified and State Certified teachers. Upon enrollment, each student is evaluated and assessed to determine strengths, remediation and/or behavioral health care needs. Pinnacle leaders work closely with students, parents, therapists and other school counselors to design a program that supports the specific needs of each student whether they are gifted or struggling in school or home. If needed, therapeutic support is provided by mental health professionals that have been carefully recruited and screened to work with our students. 

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