While there are a variety of resources for troubled teens, finding the right ones can be a challenge. It can be especially hard when parents are not sure exactly what problem a teen is facing. Many teens come to DRG with multiple diagnoses. For example, a young woman may have a diagnosis of both emotional

Many of the young women who come to Discovery Ranch for Girls (DRG) come to the school with spotty academic records. These students often have mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, or borderline personality traits that make progressing in school difficult for them. During their stay at DRG, most students improve academically, especially in

Study Skills: Learning How To Learn

Monday, 15 October 2018 by

Many of the troubled teens who come to Discovery Ranch for Girls (DRG) have struggled in a conventional school system. That is why school at DRG is different by design. A new Study Skills class at DRG helps students to learn to identify the ways that they learn best. The class also introduces students to

Last week’s entry described the journey of service that some of the young women of Discovery Ranch for Girls (DRG) take each year when they travel to Guatemala. Outdoor Recreation Director, David Mosse plans and supervises these trips. Because of the experience of service and cultural exploration, the girls develop new levels of insight when