When Kaitlyn Fridmanski heard about Discovery Ranch for Girls (DRG), she felt like she had come home. The other staff members were friendly and welcoming. But, more importantly, Kaitlyn felt that she had spent all of her life preparing to work at a place like DRG, where she could help teenage girls. As a therapist,

Discovery Ranch for Girls (DRG) is happy to welcome Ellie Gutzke to our therapeutic community. Ellie has a Master’s degree of Clinical Social Work from Michigan State University. She has previous experience working at a domestic violence shelter for women and children. In addition, Ellie has experience working in individual and group therapy settings, and

Discovery Ranch for Girls (DRG) provides a safe place for troubled teenage girls to find ways to overcome their challenges. Part of that nurturing environment is that it is an all-girls school. Here are three reasons why being an all-girls school is an asset. 1. Girls lead and succeed. Young women fill all the leadership

Ski/Snowboard Winter Advanced Rec   By Dave Mosse   From red rocks to snow-covered peaks, students at Discovery Ranch for Girls take on an adventure during any season. In the winter months, students involved in the Advanced Recreation (Adv. Rec.) program take to the slopes of Brian Head ski resort to ski or snowboard Utah’s


Discovery Ranch For Girls is open for admission. We are following guidelines established by the CDC and the Department of Utah Health regarding COVID-19.