Many of our clients come to Red Mountain needing support with school. One of our key staff, Director of Professional Services Allen Stewart, holds Master’s degrees in Education and taught in private schools for many years. We also contract with two Masters-level tutors, both of whom have worked for over a decade in private school settings as teachers and administrators before joining the Red Mountain team.
Several other key staff also have experience as educators in private schools, colleges, and universities.
Our clients receive expert help from them in the following areas:
- College applications.
- Managing college coursework.
- One-on-one tutoring.
- Time management.
- Understanding syllabi and planning assignments.
- SAT prep.
- ACT prep.
- GED prep.
- High school completion.
We provide our clients with rides to class, computer access, and all the tools and support they need to excel in traditional and/or online educational settings.
We also provide a united front across the spectrum of our academic, residential, and clinical teams, addressing the issues that have held our clients back in the past and supporting them in new approaches to school that translates into real success.
Our current clients and alumni have engaged in studies at the following institutions:
- Prescott College
- Northern Arizona University
- Brigham Young University
- University of Idaho
- University of Arizona
- Yavapai College
- Coconino Community College
“I just wanted our son to pass a college class. Just one. He barely got through high school, and totally failed in his past attempts at college. I mean, it wasn’t even close. He couldn’t get himself to class, couldn’t understand the syllabus, and couldn’t organize his thoughts." Parent of a Male Alumnus
Our clients are often surprised at what they can accomplish in school with adequate support and motivation. We will do whatever is needed to help them succeed in school and take the next steps in their education.
“The fact that he not only passed, but pulled B’s in not one, but two classes, while at Red Mountain is extraordinary. Now, after Red Mountain, he’s a full-time student, and even earned a scholarship. I could not be happier.” Parent of a Male Alumnus