Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Family style living

Students at Chrysalis School live family style in one of three buildings on our campus. Living with a dozen other teens, the students learn responsibility by performing daily chores, completing home work in different academic subjects and keeping physically fit.

Each student confronts their personal obstacles that have made it difficult for them to excel in a traditional educational setting. They undergo individualized counseling, working with counselors and in group or family counseling sessions.

Over the years, hundreds of Chrysalis students have learned how to cope with their problems, improve interpersonal communication and resolve conflicts. They learn self-discipline and self-awareness.

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