Positive Peer Culture
Harry Vorrath 

"The central position of this model is that young people can develop self worth, significance, dignity and responsibility only as they become committed to the positive values of helping and caring for others."

   -Harry Vorrath, Our Teacher, Author
       Positive Peer Culture

 

(Read an article entitled "Harry Vorrath...The Man and the Myth" from the NAPGA Journal - click here.)

A PARENT WRITES...

 

Both of my daughters went through the High Frontier.  It probably saved their lives.  The treatment philosophy, the staff, and the setting were all conducive to achieving the best possible results.  You may be struggling with the decision to send your son or daughter; I wish you the best in making your decision. - B.W.

Barry Blevins's Radio Interview
Barry Blevins 

"The High Frontier view of academics is multi-faceted in regards to the obligation of the adult to teach and the student’s obligation to learn. Consistent with the over-arching Positive Peer Culture Model, our academic delivery recognizes that we as social animals respond accordingly utilizing 'social interest' as the catalyst to promote a newfound educational interest among our students."

                 -Barry Blevins, Administrator

 

(Listen to Barry's interview with Lon Woodbury on Struggling Teens. Click Play Button to begin audio.)


 

Our Student Population

 

Map of student sources

 

The High Frontier has served students from 47 of the 50 United States and from several foreign countries.

 

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