High School Curriculum

Our unique treatment model was designed to meet the needs of emerging adults who wish to continue their education or find their purpose in life. During treatment, our clinical team addresses the underlying causes and symptoms of substance misuse, while our academic case managers help our clients discover their purpose.

Upon admission to Life of Purpose, students complete an academic assessment. In collaboration with our clinical treatment team, our academic case managers create an individualized, academic treatment plan. This plan not only addresses the needs of the student but also addresses the needs or barriers of their previous academic institution.

We accept high school students, 17 and older, who seek to graduate high school or earn an equivalency. Sometimes earning a diploma from the previous high school is not the best option; in those cases, we assist with GED preparation and exam.

An academic treatment plan for this curriculum traditionally includes

• Remote high school work – depending on student’s previous school remote availability
• Collaboration with previous guidance counselor when possible
• Collaboration with principal or school district when necessary
• GED prep and exam
• SAT prep
• Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
• College preparation courses
• College course enrollment
• Treatment and recovery indicate the pace of each path
• Additional ancillary tutoring and testing services not included in program fees
• Enrollment fees and course materials not included in program fees