The Pinnacle Schools
Whether you are searching for a Therapeutic Alternative School, or a Private Academy in Huntsville, Alabama or a Residential Treatment Program for your teenager, Pinnacle has a program for you. Our professional staff will assist you in determining the best program to meet the needs of your teen. Our college prep academic program is accredited by AdvancED/SACS and Behavioral Health Care by The Joint Commission. Call one of our admission advisers to find out how we can help your teen: 256-536-9515 or contact us online.
Comprehensive Education and Behavioral Health Programs
The Pinnacle Schools provide middle and high school students with accredited education and comprehensive behavioral health services. In many cases, students may work at their own pace with close supervision and assistance from highly qualified and State Certified teachers. Teachers are supported by trained Behavior Interventionists and together they provide a safe, nurturing learning environment for students. Upon enrollment, each student is evaluated and assessed to determine the student's 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. Therapeutic support is provided by mental health professionals that have been carefully recruited and screened to work with our students.
Effects of Bullying in School
Does your child develop a sudden illness when it is time to leave for school? Are grades declining for no apparent reason? Does your child exhibit signs of social withdrawal, anxiety or depression? These are just a few signs of bullying. Research shows that bullying is linked to a child’s academic achievement, learning and development.
Should My Child be Taking ADHD Medication When Not in School?
With Spring Break activities and summer vacation approaching, many parents of children diagnosed Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) face the decision of whether or not to continue their child's ADHD medication during breaks from school.