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Big Sky Academy is a Therapeutic Boarding School that serves a co-educational student population between the ages of 12 and 18 and  is licensed by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.  Big Sky Academy is located in the historic Sapphire Mountains of Western Montana, between Drummond and Missoula. The property includes approximately 160 acres bisected by Cramer Creek.  The property is surrounded by national forests that provide a beautiful setting and is ideal for fishing, hiking and other outdoor activities. The facilities include 9 cottages, dining hall, administration and clinical buildings, and the academic facility.
 

The decision to place a child in a residential program is a complicated one. For most, it comes after a great deal of emotional pain and stress for all members of the family. Usually it is seen as the last chance to help a troubled child get back on track, and is fraught with feelings of despair and hopelessness.​​​​​

Many of the young people who come our way have encountered significant trauma and have been involved in traditional psychological treatment for a number of years. Some may have multiple diagnoses and have encountered other therapeutic placements. Some see the child as a list of diagnostic labels, one after the other, identifying what is wrong, but never seeing anything improve. All of the families have one thing in common, a love for their children, and a wish to see a brighter future.

Big Sky students assisting Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks with their annual trout stocking efforts at Beavertail Pond

1BIG SKY ACADEMY
12508 Cramer Creek Road
Clinton, MT 59825
406-825-2600

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