Kids Peace – Graham Lake Campus

In Maine, KidsPeace® provides residential treatment; Autism Spectrum Disorders residential treatment; therapeutic day treatment and a licensed, approved special-purpose school at its Graham Lake Campus, as well as foster care; a supported families program; a family visitation program and outpatient mental health services at five Foster Care and Community Programs (FCCP) sites. KidsPeace New England is state licensed.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Maine

Troubled Teen Schools in Maine

While official Accreditation is not required, Approval or Recognition by the Maine Department of Education is mandatory. A private school must meet the attendance, health and safety standards as set out in the state regulations. Periodic review of nonpublic schools by the commissioner is necessary to maintain approval status.

All teachers and instructors must be approved by the commissioner, with the exception of those schools accredited by the New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. A principals certificate is required for any chief administrator employed by a nonpublic school.

The curriculum for nonpublic schools must be approved by the commissioner and must include minimum performance standards and time requirements. It must include instruction in reading, writing, spelling, grammar, library instruction, math, science, art, drama, American and local history as well as social studies. A drug and alcohol awareness program must also be implemented. 

Students in nonpublic schools are entitled to the same health benefits as those attending public schools. This includes physician, nursing, dental and optometric services.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

Good Will – Hinckley Homes

The Good Will-Hinckley campus offers educational services to students in grades kindergarten through twelve who experience significant social-emotional and behavioral challenges.  Individualized and small group instruction geared to Maine State Learning Results is provided within a consistent behavioral structure and therapeutic milieu.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Maine

Troubled Teen Schools in Maine

While official Accreditation is not required, Approval or Recognition by the Maine Department of Education is mandatory. A private school must meet the attendance, health and safety standards as set out in the state regulations. Periodic review of nonpublic schools by the commissioner is necessary to maintain approval status.

All teachers and instructors must be approved by the commissioner, with the exception of those schools accredited by the New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. A principals certificate is required for any chief administrator employed by a nonpublic school.

The curriculum for nonpublic schools must be approved by the commissioner and must include minimum performance standards and time requirements. It must include instruction in reading, writing, spelling, grammar, library instruction, math, science, art, drama, American and local history as well as social studies. A drug and alcohol awareness program must also be implemented. 

Students in nonpublic schools are entitled to the same health benefits as those attending public schools. This includes physician, nursing, dental and optometric services.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov